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11 GayMovies That Actually Have Happily-Ever-After Endings
There are a lot of important gay movies that don’t have the happiest endings for gay characters, especially when those movies try to tackle cardinal topics corresponding homophobia or the HIV/AIDS crisis. Still, it can feel a little depressing when you keep seeing the same Bury Your Gays figure of speech played out ended and period of play again. It’s also important to see happy reflections of gay living in media.