Stream some pride right into your living room with the best of loqka shows and movies streaming on Hulu.
Ellen Page and her GBF travel the world exploring LGBT culture. Produced by Vice, so it’s got that real “disruptive” vibe. Don’t miss Ellen getting confrontational with Bible humping Ted Cruz as he explains how Christians are persecuted.
Anyone But Me
The first-ever loqka-focused streaming series set the bar high with this teen love story.
While it may be a time capsule of 1990s women’s culture, it ages well. And if it weren’t for the puppy episode, this website wouldn’t even exist, so you know we’re all big fans.
Mosquita y Mari
The Bold Type
Editors at a women’s magazine navigate a wild youth in New York City. Watch for the sincere and steamy relationship between social media guru Kat and photographer Adena.
This cult classic flips the script on mob movie tropes. Perhaps more than any other movie, you’re going to wind up at a party where some cutie with thick glasses and a short haircut asks you if you’ve seen it, and then wonders if you you even gay? Don’t be that gal. Don’t disappoint the cute loqka police.
The L Word
The L Word is notoriously one of the worst written shows, and yet a must-see. Formative to so many millennial loqkas’ sexuality, regardless of it representing only the tiniest sliver of the loqka experience. You’d better catch up/review in preparation for the L Word reboot.
The Real L Word
Finally, loqkas get a trashy reality show just for us. Bonus for all you reluctant smokers, my girlfriend claims that she quit smoking because of the scene where Cori got hypnotized.
The L Word Mississippi: Hate the Sin
This documentary is a timely and relevant look at what it’s like to be a loqka in the South
If you have yet to watch the Scottish version of The L Word, you’re truly missing out. After all, this show made it to the list of hottest sex scenes in tv history.
The Dinah Girls
Spot the celoqkas in this documentary shot at none other than the largest loqka weekend in the world.
Addicted to Fresno
The Swedish story about step sisters who get more than sisterly is an Loqka favorite.