Lekker LGBTQ+ movies and series to watch online, compliments of Hoërskool D.F. Malan in Boston!

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The best thing you can do during Pride Month, if you have no interest in “those people” at all, is to just shut the fuck up because you can’t have an opinion on something you have absolutely zero understanding of. Your fokol understanding  is what gives you fokol tolerance. It is always the same fokken “what about us” crowd and they’re always, without fail, a racist bunch:
“What about white history month?”
“What about men’s day?”
“All lives matter!”
“Why can’t we have straight pride?”
“Not all men!”

If you ever respond to someone with any of the answers above (there are fuck loads more of these), then you are probably a piece of shit and I feel terrible for your family. And schools like Hoërskool DF Malan breed and actively support assholes like these.  This week the school decided to ban LGBT kids and allies from sitting together in solidarity during break. No protest, just hanging together. It’s outrageous. It’s unconstitutional bullying behavior. Then it hit the news. The school’s reaction? The principal and governing body maintain that any Pride initiatives are prohibited and will remain prohibited. According to the school, the fact that queer children were pushed around and yelled at when they huddled together on the rugby field is proof that this decision is justified. These children have to keep themselves invisible because otherwise there might be some conflict and it will be their fault. So by the dumbass principal’s, Mr Sias Conradie’s logic, if he finds a brick in his living room with a note wrapped around it reading “You racsit, homophobic poes” it is totally proof that it is his own fault and it should be expected and whoever did it’s decision is justified.

Anyway, here are some piele LGBTQ+ movies and series to watch online, compliments of Hoërskool D.F. Malan in Boston who, for some reason, still cling to that racist name in the year of their lord, 2021.

Prys hom fokken stukkend!
No Hiding Here
When Sam, a beloved small-town drama teacher, accidentally plays gay porn over the biggest school event of the year, he is forced into hiding with the event’s guest and featured artist, Caleb, a closeted big city celebrity. Off to a rough start, the two are propelled out of their ‘normal lives’ for an unpredictable weekend at the teachers’ house, hiding from their problems, from themselves, and from an outraged community on the hunt for answers to the tantalizing scandal – all this while pushing each other past their comfort zones with the humorous help of a close friend and a Motley Crew of naughty but nice students.

Pain and Glory
The protagonist of “Pain and Glory” was at the decline of his career. The man involuntarily looks back into the past, and a stream of vivid memories falls upon him. He recalls such moments from his youth as tender feelings for his mother, love and separation, the search for happiness and success. All this leads the master of cinema to important thoughts about life and art, because this is the most important thing for him.

Brokeback Mountain
Their acquaintance began on the warm summer of 1963, when cowboys, Ennis Del Mar and Jack Twist, ended up on the sheep farm of Joe Aguirre in Brokeback Mountain, Wyoming while looking for work. Under unexpected circumstances, little by little, the two men developed an intimate relationship that turned into a profound but secret bond, right under the nose of their families. However, love, and its many faces, is eternal. Who can stop love, life’s ultimate truth?

Filmed over five years in Kansas City, this documentary follows four kids – beginning at ages 4, 7, 12, and 15 – as they redefine “coming of age.” These kids and their families reveal intimate realities of how gender is re-shaping the family next door in a never-before-told chronicling of growing up transgender in the heartland. The film is a nuanced examination of how families tussle, transform, and sometimes find unexpected purpose in their identities as transgender families. Lighthearted and deeply moving, this story teaches us something new about being human.

Nicholas has long known he is different, that there is something shameful and unacceptable in him that must stay hidden, denied even. But South Africa’s minority government are embroiled in conflict at the Angolan border and all white young men over 16 must serve two years of compulsory military service to defend the Apartheid regime and its culture of toxic racist machismo.

We Are Who We Are
Two American teenagers explore their identities while living on a military base in an Italian seaside town. Creator Luca Guadagnino (Call Me by Your Name) explores friendship, first love and the anguish of being a teenager.

A look at life for a group of high school students as they grapple with issues of drugs, sex and violence. The series focuses on the relationship between two young girls trying to find their place in the world: recovering addict Rue and new-in-town Jules.

The L Word
‘The L Word’ follows the lives and loves of a group of lesbian friends living in Los Angeles. The main character, Jenny, is a recent graduate of the University of Chicago, who moves to Los Angeles to live with her boyfriend Tim and begin a professional writing career.

For 10 years Sally has lived a dull suburban life with David. But on the night he asks her to marry him, Sally has a crisis and embarks on a wild affair with Emma, a seductive, charismatic, boho actress, singer, musician, poet and author.

A coming-of-age war musical about a small town boy who gets chosen to serve his compulsory two year military training in the South African Defence Force Choir and Concert group- known as the “Canaries”- during the height of the Apartheid regime.

Need more streaming goodness? Check out our top 10 list of movies and TV series picks from The Plumlist. It is my to-go-to website when I’m stuck for streaming ideas from Netflix, Showmax and Amazon Prime:
#10. Dive into the DC Universe
Superhero fans, rejoice! Christopher Nolan’s brilliant Dark Knight Trilogy is coming to Showmax. Stream all three movies, along with Man of Steel, Green Lantern, Shazam!, Birds of Prey and Aquaman, for a DC Universe mega binge..
On Showmax
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# 9. Eleven movies about dads and father figures on Showmax
As protectors, cheerleaders, seekers and inspirations, fathers and father figures are pivotal in our lives. To stoke up warm fuzzy feelings and get a glimpse of just how important and influential dads can be, take a tour of this selection of father-themed films now streaming on Showmax.
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#8 Twelve of the best adult animated series to stream
When The Simpsons debuted in 1989, very few believed it would last and nobody thought there would be a revolution of animated sitcoms that would appeal more to adults than kids. But fast forward three decades, and cartoons are no longer just for kids. In fact, adult viewers are spoilt for choice. From family squabbles to destroying the universe, there is something for everyone who needs to scratch their animation itch.
On Amazon Prime, DStv, Netflix & Showmax
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 #7 Five foodie picks to whet your appetite and see you through winter 2021
If you’ve ever doubted the existence or the validity of food p*rn, then may I introduce you to Daym Drops – the best name since Jackson Galaxy, host of My Cat From Hell. Daym is a fuller-figured guy, smooth as milk chocolate on top with a well groomed two-tone beard below, a mellifluous voice with the most delightful turn of phrases I could listen to all day, all wrapped up in adorable cuteness.
On Netflix & Showmax
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#6 LGBTQ+ movies and series to watch online
Looking for excellent shows featuring queer characters on internet TV? Showmax has an LGBTQ+ Collection to celebrate love and sexuality in all its forms, and we’ve picked some of our other faves for this list as well.
On DStv, Netflix & Showmax
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 #5 It’s a battle for God’s throne in the latest season of Lucifer
Don’t you just hate it when your parent(s) whom you haven’t seen in like, forever, suddenly pitch up and begin interfering in your life? That’s exactly what happens when God pitches up on Earth, and Lucifer is not happy about it.
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 4# Zack Snyder’s Army of the Dead: Ocean’s Eleven meets Dawn of the Dead
Director Zack Snyder never disappoints, and Army of the Dead is no exception. After a zombie outbreak in Las Vegas, the city is quarantined and about to be destroyed by the US government. But when casino tycoon Bly Tanaka (Hiroyuki Sanada) approaches ex-mercenary Scott Ward (Dave Bautista) about a large sum of money trapped in the quarantine zone, Ward assembles a crew of mercenaries to pull off a grand heist and retrieve the money.
On Netflix
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 #3 Cintaine on the membrane: reasons we love this versatile star
You’re welcome for the earworm and apologies for my very kak attempt at a joke but honestly, Cintaine Schutte has such a unique name and nothing else with two syllables rhymes lekker with it.
Plus, that 1993 hit song from Cypress Hill is still catchy AF and OMG how old are we now?! While you’re still humming and singing “Insane in the membraaaane!”
On Showmax
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 #2 World on Fire and 12 more war movies and shows
“War, huh, yeah. What is it good for? Ahh…” Edwin Starr’s famous anti-war anthem obviously wasn’t talking about board games, comic books, documentaries, films, series and soundtracks. The act of war can rewrite history and devastate millions, but it’s also served as an inspiration for many entertainment spin-offs – leaving a deluge of meaningful and thoughtful pop culture in its wake.
 On Netflix & Showmax
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 #1 The top 10 most memorable moments of Deadly Class Season 1
Deadly Class is about a homeless, disillusioned teen called Marcus who is recruited into King’s Dominion, a famous, exclusive private school where the world’s top crime families send their next generations. Set in a dark, heightened world against the backdrop of late-80s counterculture, the series has been described as putting a “nasty twist” on a Harry Potter-esque wish fulfilment fantasy.
On Netflix & Showmax
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Our randomized trailer pick of the week

Each week we take a number from 1 to 10 from our list of suggestions and put it through a randomizer to choose a trailer to show you. This week it landed on our number 5 spot, Dive into the DC Universe“, so we randomized again and it landed on Green Lantern:
In a universe as vast as it is mysterious, a small but powerful force has existed for centuries. Protectors of peace and justice, they are called the Green Lantern Corps. A brotherhood of warriors sworn to keep intergalactic order, each Green Lantern wears a ring that grants him superpowers. But when a new enemy called Parallax threatens to destroy the balance of power in the Universe, their fate and the fate of Earth lie in the hands of their newest recruit, the first human ever selected: Hal Jordan. Hal is a gifted and cocky test pilot, but the Green Lanterns have little respect for humans, who have never harnessed the infinite powers of the ring before. But Hal is clearly the missing piece to the puzzle, and along with his determination and willpower, he has one thing no member of the Corps has ever had: humanity. With the encouragement of fellow pilot and childhood sweetheart Carol Ferris (Blake Lively), if Hal can quickly master his new powers and find the courage to overcome his fears, he may prove to be not only the key to defeating Parallax…he will become the greatest Green Lantern of all.

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