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LGBTQIA+: FCC Library Books & Media

Films

Angels in America

Set in 1985. Revolves around two very different men with AIDS, one fictional, one fictionalized. Roy Cohn, personifies all the hypocrisy, delusion and callousness of the official response to the plague. The other patient is Prior Walter, who is visited by an angel and deserted by his self-pitying lover, Louis.

Bullied

Jamie Nabozny's historic federal case established that gay and lesbian students have a constitutional right to be free from harassment and bullying.

Edie & Thea: A Very Long Engagement

Though touched by events like the civil rights movement and the Stonewall riots, Edie and Thea's relationship transcends politics and is a shining example of love's ability to endure.

Little Man

Nicholas is born 100 days early and weighs only one pound. This is the story of how a micro-preemie brought a family to its knees. Through the struggle for life, so struggle Nicole and Gwen to keep their family from disintegrating.

No Dumb Questions

Follows three sisters, ages 6, 9, and 11, as they struggle to understand why and how Uncle Bill is becoming Aunt Barbara.

Prodigal Sons

Returning home to Montana for her high school reunion, filmmaker Kimberly Reed (previously the school quarterback and now a transgender woman) hopes for reconciliation with her long-estranged adopted brother.

Small Town Gay Bar

Deep in the heart of the "Bible Belt," homosexuals still face intolerance and adversity. Several spirited bar owners, however, have shown the courage to create places for people to call home.

The Celluloid Closet

Assembles footage from over 120 films showing the changing face of cinema homosexuality from cruel stereotypes to covert love to the activist cinema of the 1990s. Many actors, writers and commentators provide anecdotes regarding the history of the role of gay men and lesbians on the silver screen.

The Imitation Game

During World War II, the English mathematical genius Alan Turing tries to crack the German Enigma code with help from fellow mathematicians.

LAMBDA Literary Award Winning Authors

For over 30 years, LAMBDA Literary has championed LGBTQ books and authors.

History & Social Justice

Centering LGBTQIA+ Voices

Guidebooks

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