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Great & Gay

It’s been ten years since Brokeback Mountain was released. Gay themed, gay inspired or just loved by the gays, we bring you 67 essential films every homo really must see...

The Wizard of Oz(1939) Judy Garland, sing-alongs, the search for a safe haven and a quest for acceptance… If we really have to explain this choice, you’re not gay.

Clueless(1995) This coming of age comedy blends all the gay ingredients we love in a film – superficiality, popularity, an ugly duckling and a misguided love interest in a gay man. Hell, even the lead’s named Cher.

Stranger by the Lake (2012) Just your average story of boy meets boy, boy falls for boy, boy turns out to be a serial killer who likes to drown his sex partners.

Mean Girls(2004) A premeltdown Lindsay Lohan joins the plastics – High School fembots who rule the school – in a movie crammed with one liners and narrow-eyed glances.

A Nightmare on Elm Street 2(1985) A male scream queen, his bromance with his best pal and the appearance of a random leather bar. No wonder it’s dubbed the gayest-ever horror film.


Cruel Intentions(1999) Ryan Phillippe’s arse is one-half of two rich step-siblings who make a bet to try and deflower the new headmaster’s daughter. Makes Gossip Girl look like the Great British Bake Off.

Brokeback Mountain(2005) One of the most achingly beautiful gay love stories ever made. Heath Ledger and Jake Gyllenhaal take restrained, sensitive performances to the next level.

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In the new GT cover star Seann Miley Moore who talks with us about his future plans, Nick Grimshaw and all things X Factor. And just wait until you see his fierce photoshoot. Also in this issue: Ben Whishaw talks about his new TV series, London Spy. 67 films every gay man should see. The women of Star Wars. Eddie Redmayne. Have we lost our queer identity? Dating app dangers. Can you be gay and Christian? Amy Poehler. Dawn French. Our tips for this years must-give presents in our Christmas gift guide. See pictures of our GT: The Next Chapter Party. And keep up to date with latest trends in our newly expanded style pages. And don't forget all our new regular features: Fitness with Charlie King with Chris Jones. Date night with Edd Kimber and the Gastro Gays. Ask Aled. Dear Josh. Michelle Visage. Benjamin Cohen. Michael Alig. Modern Family. Positive Luke. PJ Brennan. The Guyliner. Last but not least, enjoy bonus videos and images exclusive to this digital edition.