Pray Away (Netflix). A documentary shining a light on one of the largest ‘ex-gay’ community movements in the USA. The documentary interviews the founders of this movement and their reflections since leaving and renouncing the group and its works. This is, at times, a difficult documentary to watch, but the shifting attitudes of those that it follows is uplifting. It is an important story, one that may be a useful watch for anyone who needs reminding that the LGBTQ+ community still faces discrimination across the world.
Gentleman Jack (Channel 4/4oD). A captivating drama based on the true story of an LGBTQ+ trailblazer Anne Lister (aka Gentleman Jack) in 19th century Halifax. This is a great piece of television, and its made even better knowing that its based on real life!
It's A Sin (Channel 4/4oD).Russell T Davies's heart-shattering drama of a group of friends in London battling the HIV/AIDS crisis of the 1980s.
Disclosure (Netflix). This documentary sees leading voices in the trans community share heartfelt perspectives and poignant observations on Hollywood's depiction of transgender people, and how this influenced society.