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25 Binge-worthy WLW movies and series you should try to watch

25 Binge-worthy WLW movies and series you should try to watch

When you watch movies and series, you feel a lot of emotion without being in a bad mood. It benefits many of us in relaxing, reducing anxiety, motivation, and even providing energy for everyday life.

Aside from being a stress relief, seeing a movie of any kind may be a wonderful date night, time for bonding, and it raises our awareness! If you’re anything like me who watches movies or series to relieve stress after a long day of work, here’s 25 Sapphic binge-worthy series of movies and series that you should try to watch.

Happiest Season (2020)

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At her family’s traditional Christmas gathering, a young woman named Abby Holland (Kristen Stewart) intended to pop the proposal to her girlfriend Harper Caldwell (Mckenzie Davis). However, because her partner hasn’t come out to her family yet, he asks Abby to pretend she’s her roommate for the occasion.

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Blue Is the Warmest Color (2013)

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This coming-of-age movie follows a French teen named Adele (Adèle Exarchopoulos) as she explores a relationship with Emma (Léa Seydoux). The two make it through the film together as they develop as lovers and adults.

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Imagine Me & You (2005)

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Rachel (Piper Perabo), a newlywed, finds herself drawn to Luce (Lena Headey), the female florist her mother hired to make the floral arrangements. As their friendship grows, Rachel questions her sexuality.

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Below Her Mouth (2016)

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Jasmine (Natalie Krill) is a prosperous fashion editor living with her fiance Rile (Sebastian Pigott). On a night out in the city, Jasmine met Dallas (Erika Linder), a roofer who was recently out of a relationship.

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A Secret Love (2020)

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The life of former professional baseball player Terry Donahue and her partner Pat Henschel is chronicled in this Ryan Murphy-produced documentary. They successfully operated a business for many years while keeping their relationship a secret from their relatives.

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Carol (2015)

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In a 1950s Manhattan department shop, Therese Belivet (Rooney Mara) notices the stunning, sophisticated Carol (Cate Blanchett) looking through the doll exhibits. The two ladies quickly become friends before falling in love, which has complicated effects.

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The Handmaiden (2016)

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Park Chan-wook is the director of the 2016 South Korean erotic psychological thriller movie The Handmaiden. A Korean con man (Ha Jung-woo) concocts a complex scheme to seduce and bilk a Japanese woman (Kim Min-hee) out of her fortune with the assistance of an orphaned pickpocket (Kim Tae-ri).

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Ammonite (2020)

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Famed but unrecognized paleontologist Mary Anning (Kate Winslet) toils alone on the untamed Southern shoreline in 1800s England. The primary plot line of this drama love story focuses on the alleged liaison between Anning and married geologist Charlotte Murchison (Saoirse Ronan).

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Prom (2020)

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The Prom, a feature-length adaptation of the popular Broadway musical of the same name, was directed by Ryan Murphy. Jo Ellen Pellman’s character Emma is denied the opportunity to attend prom with her girlfriend Alyssa (Arianna DeBose), but a bunch of former Broadway performers step in to save the day.

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The Half of It (2020)

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What happens if you’re hired to write love letters for the athlete in high school and find yourself falling for his crush instead?

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Portrait of a Lady on Fire (2019)

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A French historical romance that tells the tale of a painter who is hired to create a wedding painting of a future wife. The movie has a stellar 97% rating on Rotten Tomatoes and has won a number of awards.

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I Care A Lot (2020)

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This A-list comedy-thriller tells the tale of a rapacious legal guardian who, along with her girlfriend and business partner, robs her wards. Until they meet their match.

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The Miseducation of Cameron Post (2018)

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A film, which is set in the early 1990s, chronicles the life of Cameron Post (Chloë Grace Moretz), who is transported to a conversion treatment facility. While they wait to be released, a few of the other residents form a close friendship with her.

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Killing Eve (2018-2022)

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The story of KiIIing Eve centers on an intelligence agent named Eve who is looking for and capturing Villanelle. When they realize they are a little bit more obsessed with each other than they should be, things start to go differently.

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Orange Is The New Black (2013-2019)

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The series follows Piper, a woman who is arrested and ends up in jail, where she meets up with her ex-girlfriend. However, this lesbian series isn’t just about Piper; it also features many other women who are imprisoned. The series tackles numerous misconseption by including gay women who are mentally ill, a transgender woman of color, and others.

Trailer: https://www.netflix.com/title/70242311

Feel Good (2020-2021)

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Feel Good is about Mae (Mae Martin), who is a lesbian comedian, and her girlfriend George (Charlotte Ritchie). The non-binary Mae, who in real life identifies as bisexual, is the inspiration for the lesbian series. The problems Mae faces with her new relationship with George and her previous addictions are depicted in this comedy-drama series.

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Dickinson (2019-2021)

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The popular American poet Emily Dickinson is the feature of the series. It centers on the connection between Emily Dickinson (Hailee Steinfield) and Sue (Ella Hunt), her sister-in-law and best friend from childhood, who also came out as gay in real life. The current twist in this series is distinctive. It gives you fun, wildness, and weirdness.

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The Haunting of Bly Manor (2020)

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The events in this fantastic series take place in the British countryside mansion Bly Manor, this series primarily focused on the arrival of a young American employed as an au pair for the two children residing at Bly who is unaware that the manor is haunted.

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Euphoria (2019-)

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An addict named Rue (Zendaya) and her transgender gf Jules (Hunter Schafer), who is also transgender in real life, are the subjects of the intense, dark drama series Euphoria. However, this couple’s queerness is not the main focus of the narrative. This series does not condemn addiction and discusses more mental health issues.

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Sex Education (2019-)

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The Netflix original series is extremely fluid and inclusive. In addition to being a lot of fun to watch, it’s also highly necessary and informative. In addition to teaching viewers how to handle relationships with oneself, partners, and the community, this series also examines values and views regarding sex and sexuality.

Trailer: https://www.netflix.com/title/80197526

Atypical (2017-2021)

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In this lesbian series, Sam (Keir Gilchrist), a teenage boy on the autism spectrum, decides he’s ready for romance. In the meantime, Casey (Brigette Lundy-Paine), who is straight and has a boyfriend, meets Izzie (Fivel Stewart), who is going to cause a stir and change her life.

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Trinkets (2019-2020)

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In this series, Elodie (Brianna Hildebrand) is a gay and a kleptomaniac. Although she struggles at school as the new girl, she finds two new best friends at Shoplifters Anonymous. Their bond is endearing, and the entire coming-of-age story is lovely.

Trailer: https://www.netflix.com/title/80230561

The Fosters (2013-2018)

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The Foster family is a lesbian married couple’s family that includes biological, adopted, and foster children. This lesbian series is funny, unique, and crucial since it addresses difficulties with the foster system, gay marriage, and coming out.

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Orphan Black (2013-2017)

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In the science fiction thriller series Orphan Black, Sara (Tatiana Maslany) learns she is a clone. Someone is attempting to create all clones, and Sara is a part of a cloning experiment. Cosima, one of the clones, is a lesbian and develops feelings for Delphine.

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Elite (2018-)

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This series is between three working-class teen students attending Las Encinas through a scholarship program and their wealthy classmates are the focus of the Spanish thriller teen drama Elite. The conflict between three working-class teens and the wealthy students at a prestigious private school in Spain results in murder.

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