The struggle around coming out to family members is one experience many LGBTQ+ people can relate to. The Disney short Out follows the story of a man named Greg who finds himself
All Nate Foster (Rueby Wood) has ever wanted is to be a Broadway star; however, his dream seems to be going nowhere when he's turned down for yet another school play.
Howard Ashman was the brilliant mind behind some of the most iconic Disney songs, penning the lyrics to classics such as "Friend Like Me" and "Prince Ali" from Aladdin.
In Disney's continuing LGBTQ+ representation, the ESPN 30 for 30 documentary Mack Wrestles tells the real-life story of Mack Beggs.
Being a teenager is already hard enough; but Growing Fangs' Val Garcia (Keyla Monterroso Mejia) has it even harder: she's a Mexican-American teen who is balancing life as a half-human/half-vampire.
Disney's 2021 retelling of the classic West Side Story features Anybodys (Iris Menas), an explicitly trans character who is desperate to be approved by the Jets.
Award-winning journalist Katie Couric takes a look at the world of gender identity and gender presentation.
While Disney+ doesn't have the widest variety of LGBTQ+ films out of all of the streaming platforms, it is slowly adding films that offer brief moments of representation.