There’s no better time than now to watch some of the best LGBTQ+ TV kisses of all time. We sure did enjoy compiling these clips for your pleasure (and ours).
Keep scrolling to learn about the TV shows featuring LGBTQ+ kisses sure to stir up all the feels.
Zelda and Mambo Marie in Chilling Adventures of Sabrina
Need some horror, fear, and witchcraft in your life? Well, you definitely don’t want to miss a sensual lesbian kiss in front of a burning fire featured in this wonderfully dark coming-of-age series! The kiss is instigated by aunt Zelda, as she welcomes Mambo Marie into the Order of Hecate.
Damon Richards-Evangelista and Ricky Evangelista in Pose
Damon Richards-Evangelista, an aspiring ballet dancer, finds an unexpected romance with the character Ricky Evangelista in the drama series Pose. Celebrating the beauty of two gay Black men in love, catch the series on Netflix to witness their wonderfully sweet liplock.
Yorkie and Kelly in Black Mirror
In the queerest episode of Black Mirror yet, Yorkie and Kelly fall in love with each other in an alternate 1987. Watch this tear-jerker of an episode to revel in their climactic kisses.
David Rose and Patrick Brewer in Schitt’s Creek
A show that features two married gay men as main characters? Yes, please. David Rose is the first openly pansexual character depicted on television, and Schitt’s Creek has been celebrated for its casual treatment of his sexuality and an absence of homophobia.
Catch up to the show’s Season 3 finale to see this kiss in context, but feel free to watch this adorable clip over, and over, and over…We won’t tell!
Jules and Rue in Euphoria
Euphoria is a groundbreaking series that features the gritty realities of teenagers in high school. In a brief union, absent of labels, transgender character Jules and main character Rue share loving and passionate kisses that you cannot miss.
Jack Mcphee and Ethan Brody in Dawson’s Creek
In the show’s Season 3 finale, Jack (spoiler alert!) confesses his true feelings for Ethan with a lovely kiss that has sparked internet fandom pages galore.
Piper Chapman and Alex Vause in Orange is the New Black
In episode 9 of the hit series, Orange is the New Black, the main character Piper shares a kiss that can only be described as intense and sexy. You may recognise the explosive kiss from the GIFs that dominated Twitter feeds when it premiered on July 11, 2013.
Princess Bubblegum and Marceline the Vampire Queen in Adventure Time
The episode Obsidian, of the animated series Adventure Time, takes place a few years after the series finale and into Princess Bubblegum and Marceline’s relationship. With a wait of eight years and ten seasons to confirm the highly anticipated relationship between these main characters, don’t miss out on seeing this adorable kiss.
Clarke Griffin and Lexa in The 100
Is the powerful heroine kissing the one time villain? Yeah, we definitely dig that plot twist. We’ve included a slow-motion version of their earth-shattering kiss for your endless enjoyment.
Kurt Hummel and Blaine Anderson in Glee
The pair met in the Season 2 episode Never Been Kissed, when Kurt attempts to spy on the Warblers, and they become fast friends. Historically, their eventual relationship spurred from this kiss made them the first gay male couple on Glee.
Willow Rosenberg and Tara Maclay in Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Willow and Tara are tasked to help Buffy Summers defeat evil forces in the fictional town of Sunnydale. The two share a heart-warming kiss in Season 5, in an episode of extremely intense emotional turmoil.
Patrick Murray and Kevin Matheson in Looking
If you google this sensational kiss, you may (speaking from personal experience) stumble upon plentiful Tumblrs, compilations videos, and Twitter threads designated to this very duo. This secret relationship is heated and passionate in a show celebrated for its fresh take on an LGBTQ+ centric narrative.
Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy in Harley Quinn
Harley Quinn herself has evolved from girlfriend/sidekick into an antihero who grew into her own person after being separated from the Clown Prince of Crime, and finally a DC Comic certified hero. The transition from two characters known as “gal pals” into a fully formed relationship is marked by this adorable kiss when Ivy reveals her feelings for Quinn after the pair barely escape the police.
From highly-anticipated first kisses to long-lasting love affairs, we hope you enjoyed this list of some of our favourite LGBTQ+ TV kisses that never get old.
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