LGBTQ community has become a normal thing and it is definitely because of the education and the open mind of people. But when it comes to some children then the best way to make them understand these important things is through television. That’s the reason why a lot of television series and shows are coming for them that reveals the LGBTQ. It is because of the diversity that television carries that shows kids the real shape and size of the world with love.
Here Is The List Of 8 Shows For LGBTQ Community.
1. Andi Mack
Andi Mack is a 13-year-old girl and also the protagonist of the series. She discovered that her sister and her mother raised her on their own. In difficulties related to the life, she always got the support of friends and among them is Cyrus. Cyrus also comes with his journey with the fact of being gay and starting dating TJ.
2. Adventure Time
Consider one of the most popular classics, Adventure Time is an animated show. The series is centred on a magical dog named Jake and then Finn. Apart from this, many other characters belong to the community of LGBTQ. When it comes to the representation of this community then it comes with characters like Princess Bubblegum and Marceline.
3. Doc MCStuffins
Doc is about one of the beautiful Disney animated series that shows all the colours of women. It is a long-running show present on Disney Junior which follows the life of a young child who tries to fix broken toys and dolls to become a doctor. Some episodes of the season are related to this particular community when a lesbian couple comes with two children of their own.
4. High School Musical: The Musical Series.
It is one of the best kids’ televisions that falls for teenagers as well as for kids. The show has always given priority to the particular community especially through the characters Carlos and Seb. They might not be popular in the show but their presence can be felt as most important. Carlos is a very proud and outward person whereas Seb is more of a reserved one.
5. Diary of a Future President
Bobby is one of the supporting characters present in the show but he has a very emotional part and perspective in the first season. It was in this particular season that he started having feelings for his friend named Liam. The storyline is great and does not feel like getting trapped in it.
6. She-Ra And The Princesses of Power
It is a remake of a 1980s show that is right now set in the current world. The story released on Netflix in 2018, is about a young girl who became a warrior to fight evil in the world. While carrying a lot of action in the show, there is also a lot of love that can be seen through the character of Adora and Catra.
7. Babysitters Club
There are many adaptations of the Babysitters Club over many years but none of them was more appropriate than the 2020 adaptation of Netflix. It has glorified the LGBTQ community which is giving light to transgender children. In the episode, one can see Mary getting a company of her babysitter and quickly forming a bond. The seriousness is remarkable as a transgender actor is playing the role of a transgender character.
8. Stephen Universe
This show became groundbreaking for the kids who have portrayed the role of a particular community. The series has continuously included the identities as well as the sexualities of characters present in the episodes. It is also related to the same-sex marriage that happened between Sapphire and Ruby.