A wide-ranging celebration of successful members of the LGBTQ+ community. From Laverne Cox, Ellen DeGeneres, to RuPaul, and Miley Cyrus.
S01:E01 - Troye Sivan, RuPaul Charles, Gus Kenworthy, Neil Patrick Harris & Adam Rippon
These individuals not only made strides, but some even opened the doors for the acceptance of queer peoples. Exposing an otherwise uninformed society to this community for the first time, and allowing them to become more comfortable with people of all genders and sexualities.
S01:E02 - Ellen DeGeneres, Ruby Rose, Stella Maxwell, Kate McKinnon & Sarah Paulson
The queer community, until recently, did not have much when it comes to representation in the media. These five stars have shown, that has been changing over the past couple of decades, and changing with a stark quickness. Which would bring us to the topic of female empowerment.
S01:E03 - Laverne Cox, Caitlyn Jenner, Gigi Gorgeous, Andreja Pejić, Nikita Dragun
When you are watching TV, looking at models, or even simply walking down the street, chances are, you will rarely, if ever, see a transperson. This is sad, but is something that is slowly changing over time. These 5 transwomen, and their unique yet empowering journeys to not only be who they are today, but to be who they identify with on the inside.
S01:E04 - Miley Cyrus, Janelle Monnáe, Shane Dawson and Brendon Urie
When it comes to LGBT spaces, one of the most misunderstood and ignored groups are people who identify as Bisexual or Pansexual. These stars are more than willing to face social stereotypes and discrimination, while also working to make society a better place as a whole.
S01:E05 - Kim Petras, Nicole Maines, Amanda Lepore, Josie Totah.
For some people, coming out can be far easier than it is for someone else. This is especially true if you are a teenager, especially during a time where transpeople are not seen in the best of lights. But visibility helps to normalize transpeople and transgender experiences, and reduces bullying and hate crimes around the world.
S01:E06 - James Charles, Frank Ocean, Colton Haynes, Shaun Ross
These four awesome individuals have accomplished a lot, breaking barriers on how society expected them to behave and look. So let's look at these four, and see who they are, and how they broke through the walls that society used to try to keep them from succeeding. When it comes to being what many might consider an “outcast".
S01:E07 - Daya, Amandla Stenberg, Cara Delevingne, Bella Thorne
Feelings we think are true about ourselves today can be drastically different than we felt about ourselves a mere 5 or 10 years ago. Sexuality and gender can be similar to that. We are constantly growing and learning new things about ourselves, and these 4 awesome women are no exception!
S01:E08 - Wentworth Miller, Anderson Cooper, Matt Bomer, Jim Parsons
Rarely do people end up in the same place that they started in their careers. These four men are no different. Each of these men show that just because you are LGBT, does not mean that you are not going to have any opportunities in life. They also increase representation in many forms of media, such as comedy and journalism, which is not well known for their LGBT representation.
S01:E09 - Jefree Star, Courtney Act, Sam Smith, Grimes
When it comes to gender, most people feel as if they are either male or female. This is due to how they feel, and they do not really think much about it in the long run. However, a growing number of people are feeling uncomfortable with this binary. These four trailblazers, and see what their views on being yourself and breaking the binary can do to help people.
S01:E10 - Chaz Bono, Jazz Jennings, Carmen Carerra, Laith Ashley, Elliot Fletcher
Being transgender is something that many people are ignorant of. However, despite this, we have certainly gone a lot way in educating the masses about the transgender community in a very short amount of time. Within just the past few decades, we have gone from people barely knowing who trans people are, to hearing about them all over media.