Gay movies now available to stream on Netflix 2017

Posted on: June 18, 2017 · found by

Netflix has a good rotating collection of gay films ready to stream right to your tv or device. The collection comes and goes and we’ll keep it up to date as we can. Netflix might not have everything as you’ll find on iTunes, but there are a few decent gems in the mix, and even a few not even available on iTunes (we of course have our list of Gay movies on iTunes).

The selections below are based on Netflix US, and despite their promise to make content available worldwide, not all films might be available in other countries.

King Cobra
Veteran gay pornography producer Stephen battles two rival producers over rights to his underage creation, Brent Corrigan, with deadly results. (View on Netflix)

The Way He Looks
A new classmate transforms the daily life of a blind teenager who longs for independence and disrupts his relationship with his best friend. (View on Netflix)

Moonlight
In a crime-infested Miami neighborhood, a gay African-American boy with a drug-addicted mother grows up with the help of a mentoring drug dealer. (View on Netflix)

Those People
A young Manhattan painter’s goals are put to the test when he falls for an older man while still having feelings for his long-standing secret crush. (View on Netflix)

Lazy Eye
After a conflicted graphic designer invites an old flame to his home in the California desert, the two share a passionate and soul-searching weekend. (View on Netflix)

Esteros
A decade after being separated, childhood friends Matías and Jerónimo reconnect as adults and find that their mutual attraction hasn’t faded. (View on Netflix)

Love
Lives are upended when a hiking trip leads a Wall Street hotshot to explore his true feelings for an old pal who’s disenchanted with his boyfriend. (View on Netflix)

Henry Gamble’s Birthday Party
A teen struggles to reconcile his desires with the strict morals of his religious family, while the adults around him struggle with similar conflicts. (View on Netflix)

Being 17
Rival teenagers are forced to live together when the mother of one is hospitalized, prompting an invitation from the other boy’s mother. (View on Netflix)

Holding The Man
In 1970s Australia, two teen boys fall in love with each other and defeat obstacles to their 15-year relationship, until a new crisis comes their way. (View on Netflix)

Hurricane Bianca
Fired for being gay, schoolteacher Richard returns in drag as force-of-nature Bianca, gets hired for the same job and plots sweet, scornful revenge. (View on Netflix)

Blackbird
A Southern teenager struggles with the realization that he’s gay, fearful of betraying his devoutly religious mother and his own faith. (View on Netflix)

Do I Sound Gay?
Driven by his own self-doubt and his curiosity about other men’s experiences, filmmaker David Thorpe explores the stereotype of the “gay accent.” (View on Netflix)

Bright Night
A weekend in an idyllic country cottage becomes an exercise in psychological stress for two couples, thanks to shocking revelations about the past. (View on Netflix)

Milk
Sean Penn stars in this biopic about Harvey Milk, the openly gay San Francisco politician who was murdered by a disgruntled city supervisor in 1978. (View on Netflix)

Closet Monster
A gay teen who dreams of becoming a special-effects makeup artist struggles with his sexuality, traumatized by a hate crime he witnessed as a child. (View on Netflix)

A Single Man
This stream-of-consciousness drama centers on a day in the life of a gay college professor who’s reeling from his longtime lover’s recent death. (View on Netflix)

North Sea Texas
A teen boy living in a small town on the Belgian coast finds his ordinary life take an unexpected turn when a handsome traveler blows through town. (View on Netflix)

Nad & Mallik
Two gay Muslim teens, who spend their days selling odds and ends on Brooklyn street corner, run afoul of an FBI agent who suspects they’re terrorists. (View on Netflix)

People You May Know
The lives of several friends are thrown into chaos when a woman becomes pregnant by her husband’s gay best friend after a drunken one-night stand. (View on Netflix)

Weekend
This frank drama centers on the relationship between two gay men who contemplate turning a passionate one-night stand into something more meaningful. (View on Netflix)

In The Grayscale
A successful Chilean architect with a wife and son becomes powerfully attracted to a gay tour guide, forcing him to question his sexual identity. (View on Netflix)

Like You Mean It
Mark and Jonah want to work on their relationship. But after three years together, their love feels more like a missed connection. (View on Netflix)

Spa Night
After a closeted Korean-American teen takes a job in a local spa, he thinks about his own sexuality, choices and how to tell his traditional parents. (View on Netflix)

Front Cover
A relationship develops between a gay Asian photographer and the guarded Chinese movie star he’s been hired to photograph for a fashion magazine. (View on Netflix)

Beginners
This absorbing drama follows a graphic artist as he comes to grips with the imminent death of his father, who, at 75, has one last secret: He’s gay. (View on Netflix)

Yves Saint Laurent
Yves Saint Laurent becomes head designer at French fashion house Christian Dior, suffers a breakdown and meets his future life and business partner. (View on Netflix)

The Blue Hour
A homosexual boy who’s being bullied at school and harried at home finds some solace in an affair with another local boy, but things take a dark turn. (View on Netflix)

Viva
A hairdresser is thrilled when his dream of becoming a nightclub drag performer comes true, until his disapproving estranged father suddenly appears. (View on Netflix)

4th Man Out
A young mechanic comes out to his extremely straight best friends. Once they get used to the idea, they’re determined to help him find the right guy. (View on Netflix)

Head On
This edgy drama follows 19-year-old Ari, a gay Greek-Australian whose roiling ethnic- and sexual-identity struggles lead to a wild, 24-hour odyssey. (View on Netflix)

Eat With Me
A gay Chinese chef whose restaurant faces foreclosure tries to find new love with a blue-eyed Brit and acceptance from his newly separated mother. (View on Netflix)

Big Eden
Henry Hart returns to Big Eden and winds up confronting his unrequited passion for his high school best friend and his feelings about being gay. (View on Netflix)

Fire Song
An Anishnaabe teen wrestling with his bisexuality is also torn between family loyalty, tribal customs and an opportunity to attend a good university. (View on Netflix)

Wasp
Oliver and James take a romantic getaway to the south of France. But alluring Caroline upsets their tenuous bliss when she sets her sights on Oliver. (View on Netflix)

GBF
When Tanner is outed as a school’s only openly gay student, three popular girls engage in an epic fight to acquire him as their “Gay Best Friend.” (View on Netflix)

How to Win at Checkers (Every Time)
An 11-year-old boy steals money for bribes to remove his gay older brother from Thai military conscription rolls, unaware of the ramifications. (View on Netflix)

Such Good People
A couple is surprised when they find a pile of cash hidden in their friends’ house. But when their friends die suddenly, surprise turns to temptation. (View on Netflix)

The Comedian
A struggling comedian has an affair with a handsome artist but soon realizes his new relationship threatens his friendship with his female flatmate. (View on Netflix)