From scandal to murder, bigotry to celebration, it was an eclectic year for LGBTQ news. Here's what grabbed our readers the most.
Luca director Enrico Casarosa says he "talked about" making it a gay coming-of-age tale
West Side Story has been banned in multiple Middle Eastern nations over transgender character Anybodys
Evan Ruggiero had long dreamed of playing the Beast in the Disney classic.
Disney reportedly refused to censor Eternals' gay content for Middle Eastern nations, a decision Angelina Jolie has praised
Orlando has been named the USA's most LGBTQ-friendly travel destination
Former New Warriors showrunner Kevin Biegel says a "rich, straight" Marvel executive canceled the show for being "too gay"
Disney's latest ride-to-movie effort is a solidly entertaining adventure
High School Musical featured the first Disney ballad written for a same-sex couple, Carlos (Frankie A. Rodriguez) and Seb (Joe Serafini)
Loki is the Marvel Cinematic Universe's first major out LGBTQ character, after he was confirmed to be bisexual in Disney's limited series
"Luca" is a relaxed, breezy tale of the endurance of true friendship
Hiddleston says Loki's gender fluidity has been "part of the fabric" of his character since 2011's Thor
Alex Hirsch claimed Disney demanded a gay scene be removed and accused the company of walking back LGBTQ progress
Disney's origin story for Cruella de Vil is a pointless, overblown waste of two hours and fifteen minutes.
Early critics impressions suggest Cruella is "wildly entertaining" and includes Disney's first prominent out gay character