and that it is legal and desirable for you to view nudity & explicit depictions of human sexuality
Queen⚣Screen compiles & alphabetizes
streaming videos from (among others):
- FilmRise Queer Cinema (YouTube channel of a licensed distributor)
- Queer Cinema (from BigStar)
— Alternate listing: WorldEquaityTV.com/Gay-and-Lesbian(Note that after clicking a link and the site’s logo disappears, a blank screen may appear with no visible “play” button – Click on your screen for the movie to load.)
- SnagFilms #LGBT
- TubiTV #LGBT
- YouTube #gay movies1
— YouTube/Gay Themed Movies1
- Yuyu TV #LGBTQ
- PornerBros.com/Gay Channels
- Pornhub/Gay Channels
- PornTube/Gay Channels
- TnAFlix.com/Gay Channels
- Txxx.com (then select “GAY”)
(NOTE: Only McAfee had no review for Txxx.com)
- xHamster/Gay Category
- xVideos/Gay Channels
- ADULTS ONLY SERVERS
RELATED: 18 U.S.C. 2257 Record-Keeping Requirements Compliance Statement
WARNING! NEVER DOWNLOAD ANYTHING FROM A POP-UP AD!
Most free adult hosting services use RANDOM POP-UP ADS to generate revenue–these appear to be unmonitored and may contain malware. The pop-ups are supplied by ad-trafficking services which seemingly allow pretty much anything from anyone who’ll pay, including, for example, frauds pretending to have Chrome or FireFox updates (even though such companies don’t advertise on porn sites–duh), and downloads falsely promising to protect your online privacy. (AdBlock Plus is a useful tool, but it’s not 100% foolproof.)
⚬ Archive.org: Internet Archive (public domain: features, shorts, documentaries, etc.–recommended by both Digital Trends and Money Talks News as a great source for free & legal movies)
⚬ Big Five Glories (public domain)
⚬ Classic Cinema Online (public domain)
⚬ Crackle (monthly additions and deletions are made without notice)
⚬ DailyMotion (like a French YouTube, sanctioned by WordPress)1
⚬ FilmOn (Videos time out, but play okay embedded on other sites.)
⚬ FilmRise Cinematique (“award winning films from across the globe”)
⚬ FilmRise Features (Their general YouTube offerings)
⚬ Free Classic Movies (Public domain, courtesy of Jimbo Berkey)
⚬ IMDb Freedive (US only–requires free registration)
⚬ Maverick Movies (Niche: African American & some Latino)
⚬ MGM/Free YouTube Movies
⚬ National Film Board of Canada (mostly documentaries)
⚬ Open Culture (725 movies, plus free online courses in languages, etc.)
⚬ PopcornFlix @ Youtube
⚬ Shout Factory TV (Films & TV shows)
⚬ Top Documentary Films
⚬ TubiTV (free registration with email address required for “mature” titles)
⚬ Uncle Earl’s Classic Television & Movies (Apparently affiliated with MCTV)
⚬ Viewster Comedy / Viewster Drama (Viewster @ DailyMotion)
⚬ ViewsterTV (Viewster’s YouTube channel)
⚬ Viki (Movies & TV from around the world, mostly Asian)
— Viki/United States (mostly older titles/public domain stuff)
⚬ Vimeo #gay (hodgepodge of clips, home movies, short subjects, etc.)1
⚬ VUDU (Mostly for-pay, but with a selection of “Movies On Us” free-with-ads titles; requires free, email-only sign-up)
⚬ WatchDocumentary.org (documentaries from YouTube, etc.)
⚬ Yahoo!View (Pretty much worthless for movies now)
⚬ Yidio #free (Indexes Crackle, TubiTV, etc.; it has an “lgbt” filter, but with only 3 titles it’s pretty useless, given the hundreds Queen⚣Screen has identified)
Articles & Annotations
- 50 Essential Gay Films (Out Magazine)
- Gay Celluloid (Filmography, reviews, links to free films)
- Gay Interest Feature Films, TV-Movies & Videos (Amazon.com)
- List of lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender-related films (Wikipedia)
- The 30 Best LGBTQ+ Films of All Time (British Film Institute)
- The Top 175 Essential Films of All Time for LGBT Viewers (as of June 2014, Advocate.com)
The sites listed below are free, but many of the VIDEOS THEY HOST LIKELY ARE NOT LICENSED OR OTHERWISE APPROVED by the copyright holders. As stated above, QueenScreen makes no legal assessments or assertions — You’re on your own should you stream ANY media lacking the (tacit or explicit) consent of the copyright holder…
VK is the 8th most popular social networking site in the world and it hosts a huge amount of videos, including a bunch of gay–interest groups/lists–despite being under Putin’s homophobic thumb, and also groups dedicated to movies in English. THE GOOD NEWS: The server is identified as “safe” by both McAfee and Norton, with a “high trust rating” from ScamAdviser. However…
Like YouTube, VK is DMCA-compliant with a content removal tool for copyright holders, and you can find many titles that indeed have been removed at a copyright holder’s request. But it seems like film agents don’t check VK as thoroughly/frequently as YouTube, so for this reason QueenScreen only indexes older titles that film producers have permitted VK to keep online two or more years.
A BIT MORE in case you’re still interested…
⚬ Their videos probably won’t play unless Ghostery is paused (possibly AdBlock too)
⚬ In order to view any videos marked “ADULT” by the uploaders you have to sign-in to a free account. To create an account you must give a phone number where they send an authorization code, but no credit card or other information is needed. VK also apparently limits the number of movies unregistered viewers can get to; you can skirt the limit by clearing your browser cookies, but it’s likely easier just to create a free account.
Reports came out the first week in June 2016 that a hacker was trying to sell old user information from VK accounts that had been hacked between 2011-2013. NO RECENT ACCOUNTS WERE HACKED, and VK says all of the information from the old hack had long since been compulsorily changed. In other words, no “real” account information was being traded. Here’s an article about it: http://motherboard.vice.com/read/another-day-another-hack-100-million-accounts-for-vk-russias-facebook
Even though the hack is old news, the article does remind us of a lesson we all should have learned, namely “that users have to create a unique password for every site. This shouldn’t be seen as a fancy, additional security step, but a fundamental one to stop hackers getting into different accounts.”
PLAYLISTS FROM “SAFE” SERVERS
But including uploads too recent for the QueenScreen Index
SOME ADDITIONAL SOCIAL NETWORKS WITH USER-UPLOADED VIDEOS
⚬ SITE DATA FOR myvi.ru1 (a Russian YouTube, it complies with the DMCA and is deemed “safe” by McAfee, Norton, and ScamAdviser)
Go to site: http://myvi.ru
⚬ SITE DATA FOR smotri.com1 (Another Russian site complying with the DMCA & deemed “safe” by McAfee, Norton and ScamAdviser)
Go to site: http://smotri.com
⚬ SITE DATA FOR tudou.com1 (China’s answer to YouTube, deemed “safe” by McAfee & with copyright review policies1 comparable to YouTube’s)
Go to site: http://tudou.com
SOME OTHER (POTENTIALLY UNSAFE) SITES WITH GAY-THEMED MOVIES…
PLEASE NOTE: QueenScreen does not endorse these, we’re just reporting some other sites and playlists with free streaming movies we’ve come across….
CAUTION! The videos on some of these come from apparently
⚠unlicensed file-shares with potentially malicious popup ads embedded in the coding⚠.
So if you do investigate any, be advised that you really should get AdBlock Plus if you don’t already have it.
⚠PROCEED AT YOUR OWN RISK!⚠
⚬ Asian Gay Movie (asiangay.eu) Includes non-Asian films & shorts as well.
These are companion Spanish sites. They seem mostly to include videos from the “safe” VK and MyVi servers. Nearly all non-Spanish movies have (only) Spanish subtitles or are over-dubbed in Spanish. There are country indexes to help sort English-language choices: USA ; Australia ; Canada ; but Ireland & United Kingdom (“Reino Unido”) are listed under “Europeo.”
NOTE: Ciné Gay, a new (March 2016) French YouTube channel, seems unrelated.
xVIDEOS PLAYLISTS – ADULTS ONLY 18+
Although xVideos mostly hosts pornographic videos, these playlists are for mainstream, gay-interest films, but often with explicit content. Note that the page margins will have links to pornographic videos, so best avoid these if that’s something you can’t cope with…
* “Legal” according to digitaltrends.com, moneytalksnews.com, businessinsider.com, and information provided by licensed movie hosts (Crackle, TubiTV, etc.) – QueenScreen claims no legal expertise and makes no legal assertions of its own.
All links are for personal, noncommercial use only.
No videos are produced, hosted or solicited by Queen⚣Screen, which assumes no responsibility for any content on other websites. Questions and concerns about indexed videos should be directed to the websites where they are located, or to the original producers.
This index lists only videos provided by licensed streaming services and prominent social networking/media hosts classified as “safe” by McAfee, Norton and/or ScamAdvisor, and which comply with DMCA requirements, including removing titles at the discretion of copyright holders. Even so, videos on social-networking sites (YouTube, DailyMotion, Vimeo, etc.) are excluded from the QueenScreen index unless uploaded by the producers or licensed distributors, or unless a specific title has already been permitted to remain online for free streaming for a year or longer without objection from the producers or their agents. If, however, producers/distributors prefer availability of their media not be reported here, upon their notification Queen⚣Screen will promptly remove specified titles from this index. NOTIFY QUEEN⚣SCREEN ***
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