‘Chasing Chasing Amy’ Poster Illustrates One Man’s Journey of Self Discovery
For many of us millennial queer kids, representation wasn’t really a thing that we had throughout the ‘90s and into the early aughts.
While recent years have seen stories from the LGBTQ+ community told in dramas like Blue is the Warmest Color and Moonlight, horror flicks like They/Them, and even reality shows such as Netflix’s recently released, The Ultimatum: Queer Love, the options weren’t as endless back in the day.
Sure, we had the original versions of The L Word and Queer as Folk as well as the cult-classic Natasha Lyonne-led film, But I’m a Cheerleader, but they were hard to access and not in the mainstream.
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