Netflix Brings Nostalgia with New Pride Collection: June Releases to Explore

Netflix Brings Nostalgia with New Pride Collection: June Releases to Explore

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Netflix is celebrating Pride Month by launching its PRIDE collection, showcasing a wide range of LGBTQ+ titles. This collection is perfect for anyone looking to dive into stories that highlight queer experiences, love, and identity. With a mix of nostalgic gems and new additions, there’s something for everyone.

Nostalgic Queer Classics and New Releases

Check out the exciting new titles being added throughout the month. Here are some must-watch films coming to Netflix’s Pride collection:

June 4 – Girls Will Be Girls (2003)

“Intertwined stories follow three roommates, all actresses struggling towards Hollywood stardom — and all played by men in drag.”

June 6 – Sordid Lives (2000)

This cult classic comedy revolves around a quirky Texan family dealing with the fallout of a matriarch’s death. The film explores themes of acceptance and features memorable performances from its ensemble cast.

June 11 – Big Eden (2000)

A heartwarming romantic drama about a successful gay artist who returns to his small Montana hometown to care for his ailing grandfather. While there, he rekindles old friendships and finds unexpected love.

June 13 – Spa Night (2016)

A poignant coming-of-age story about a Korean-American teenager who discovers his sexuality while working at a spa in Los Angeles. The film beautifully captures the tension between cultural expectations and personal identity.

June 18 – The Incredibly True Adventures of Two Girls in Love (1996)

A charming indie film about the budding romance between two high school girls from different social backgrounds. Their relationship faces challenges, but the film highlights the beauty of first love and self-discovery.

June 20 – Loving Annabelle (2006)

“The intelligent Annabelle starts in an elite Catholic girls’ boarding high school after being expelled from the previous 2 schools. She’s open about being lesbian. She’s attracted to her teacher, Simone.”

June 25 – Late Bloomers (1996)

A romantic comedy about two women who find love later in life. The film showcases the challenges and joys of starting over and the importance of embracing one’s true self.

June 27 – Lovesong (2016)

A tender drama that follows two best friends who reconnect during a road trip. As they spend time together, hidden feelings and unresolved issues emerge, creating a poignant exploration of friendship and love.

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Discover More Queer Gems in Netflix’s Pride Collection

Netflix’s Pride collection offers a fabulous variety of queer projects across several fun categories. Explore LGBTQ+ Stories that highlight diverse experiences, Critically Acclaimed films and series, and works by LGBTQ+ Directors. Enjoy GLAAD Award Nominees, LGBTQ+ Docs, and the fabulous world of Drag Excellence. There’s also LGBTQ+ Stories for Families for all ages, Diva Worship featuring iconic performances, and Cult + Camp Classics for some nostalgic fun.

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Enjoy the stories, celebrate the diversity, and happy Pride Month!

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