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The Best LGBTQIA+ Inclusive Holiday Movies to Watch This Year

December 5, 2022



The holidays are a time for family, friends, and love. They're also a time for some of the best movies ever made! If you're looking for a holiday movie that includes and celebrates the LGBTQIA+ community, look no further. Here are some of the best LGBTQIA+ inclusive holiday movies to watch this year.

1. "Happiest Season" - Hulu
"Happiest Season" is a movie from Hulu that follows Abby (Kristen Stewart) as she goes home to visit her family for Christmas. She plans to come out to her conservative parents, but things get complicated when she discovers that her girlfriend Harper (Mackenzie Davis) hasn't come out to her own family yet. "Happiest Season" is a heartwarming and funny movie that will leave you feeling all the feels.

2. "Let It Snow" - Netflix
"Let It Snow" is a Netflix original movie that follows a group of high school students in a small town as they experience the ups and downs of young love during a snowy Christmas Eve. The movie features an LGBTQIA+ character named Tobin (Mitchell Hope), who has to deal with the added pressure of coming out to his conservative parents on top of everything else. "Let It Snow" is a charming and feel-good movie that's perfect for cuddling up with on a cold winter night.

3. "The Holiday Calendar" - Netflix
"The Holiday Calendar" is another Netflix original movie that follows Abby (Kat Graham) as she inherits an antique Advent calendar from her late grandmother. The calendar seems to have a mind of its own, and it starts giving Abby clues about her love life. Will Abby be able to follow the calendar's clues and find true love just in time for Christmas? You'll have to watch to find out!

4. "Last Christmas" - Amazon Prime Video
If you're in the mood for a romantic comedy, look no further than "Last Christmas." The movie follows Kate (Emilia Clarke) as she tries to turn her life around after a rough year. Things start looking up when she meets Tom (Henry Golding), but she can't help but wonder if he's too good to be true. "Last Christmas" is funny, heartwarming, and full of holiday cheer.

These are just a few of the many great LGBTQIA+ inclusive holiday movies available to watch this year. So curl up with your favorite blanket, make some hot cocoa, and enjoy one (or all!) of these great films!

Written By: 

Kollyn Conrad




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