Looking for feel good explicitly queer short stories and movies recomendations, boosts encouraged 

Does anybody have any recommendations for explicitly queer (i.e. not queerbatey or like we have to read into it) feel good short stories or movies?

Especially in the urban fantasy or sci-fi (especially space) genres would be good if possible :)

Looking for feel good explicitly queer short stories and movies recomendations, boosts encouraged 

@photonicfae Right, I know I've read a few recently at Translunar Travelers Lounge, though I am blanking on which exactly. The vast majority of the work there is positive/feel-good or has a happy ending, and much of it is queer! translunartravelerslounge.com/

re: Looking for feel good explicitly queer short stories and movies recomendations, boosts encouraged 

@rhiannonrevolts Thank you!

re: Looking for feel good explicitly queer short stories and movies recomendations, boosts encouraged 

@photonicfae No problem. The 'tasting notes' let you know what you're in for--if things are a little on the dark side/spicy, they say.

Anya Ow's work is great fun, though it's in more of a medieval SEAsian fantasy setting:
translunartravelerslounge.com/
translunartravelerslounge.com/

I also enjoyed 'Copies without Originals' by Morgan Swim: translunartravelerslounge.com/

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re: Looking for feel good explicitly queer short stories and movies recomendations, boosts encouraged 

@photonicfae Bogi Takács' work often ends happily also--thinking of Three Partitions or eir Eren universe work. giganotosaurus.org/2014/04/01/

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@rhiannonrevolts Thank you so much for the recommendations!

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