There are a couple of LGBT films in the Documentary genre available from Amazon Prime.
Here’s the latest and most up-to-date list of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender documentaries available to stream for free on Amazon Prime.
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Adonis Factor, The, a revealing documentary on the love, or lust, for male beauty.
A Self-Made Man, the poignant story of Ferraiolo’s personal transition with his life work as a transgender youth advocate.
Alex & Ali, In this epic love story, Alex, an American, meets and falls in love with Ali, an Iranian. When the Islamic revolution erupts, Alex is forced to leave Iran and Ali.
All Dressed Up And No Place To Go, captures what it is like to be a heterosexual man who has an overpowering desire to occasionally wear women’s clothes.
Bad Ass Gays, documentary on LGBT who pushing the boundaries in sports.
Behind The Fear: The Hidden Story Of HIV, a documentary that discovers how AIDS ravaged America, revealing the need for more unbiased research.
Born This Way, a portrait of life in modern Africa.
Break Through, eye-opening documentary about a group of impassioned Theatre for Social Change students who unite in a stand against LGBT discrimination in America
Call Me Troy, Profiling the life and times of one of the gay community’s most visible and tenacious advocates for change, Rev. Troy Perry.
Campaign Of Hate: Russia And Gay Propaganda, Michael Lucas shines a light on the truth of LGBT men and women in Russia and their ever-increasing prosecution.
Cancerpants, the journey of a 36-year-old lesbian woman, Rochelle Poulson, who was diagnosed with breast cancer while trying to start a family.
Class Queers, an intimate documentary provides a rare glimpse into the lives of three gay kids at high school.
College Boys Live, Three young men struggle to escape the wreckage of their pasts and create new lives for themselves.
Desert Migration, Saved by the introduction of protease inhibitors in the mid-1990s, many HIV-positive men needed to rebuild the lives they thought they’d never be able to live.
Drag Becomes Him, An intimate glimpse inside the life of internationally acclaimed drag performer Jinkx Monsoon.
Equality U, A group of 33 young activists set out on a cross-country tour to confront anti-gay policies at conservative colleges.
El Gallo de Oro, A film which chronicles the journeys of a middle-aged man paying tribute to his mother, who is battling cancer.
Gaming In Color, Explore the story of the queer gaming community, ‘gaymer’ culture and events, and the rise of LGBTQ themes in video games.
Gays In Prison Latrice Royale reveals her own experiences in jail and explores the stories of other former and current LGBTQ prisoners.
Gay Or Straight: Is It A Choice?, from conjecture to investigation, this film explores the conclusions of medicine and science, as well as the opinions and experiences of men and women of all orientations.
Gay Lives Of Straight Guys, A new generation of men is feeling free to explore professions, friendships and lifestyles once considered strictly off limits to the hetero-male.
Gay USA, a gay-America panorama when filmmakers crossed the country to record all June 1977 Lesbian and Gay Pride parades and marches.
I’m A Porn Star, follows the lives of guys in the neighbourhood who are likely a lot more famous than you – at least on the Internet.
I’m A Stripper, this 5-part documentary mini-series explores the lives of men working in a taboo profession.
Invisible Men, The, persecuted in Palestine and called criminals in Israel, gay Palestinian are the silent victims of the conflict.
Kamikaze Hearts, a dramatic look into the personal lives of Sharon Mitchell, queen of her day in the adult film business, and her girlfriend, Tigr.
Loving Large, a documentary that reveals a fascinating trend often obscured by pop culture, but which is attracting more and larger people every day.
Lord Montagu, the remarkable true story behind Lord Montagu.
Male Sex Toys, filmmaker Mike Fallek interviews to the funniest comedians, podcasters, entertainers and sex experts in NYC and the world about the status of male sex toys.
Man 2 Man – A Gay Man’s Guide To Finding Love, Thoughtful, entertaining and a helpful guide for gay men looking to find and keep “Mr Right.”
Myth Of Father, Director Paul Hill’s father, Jodie, is a transsexual woman. Having been estranged from Hill for years, she came out to him as a woman, prompting Hill to start a journey of discovery.
No Secret Anymore, Del Martin and Phyllis Lyon were partners in love and political struggle for over fifty years.
Not A Still Life, In this documentary portrait, a spirited, older, gay, Jewish man undergoes an evolution of awareness amid his joys and sorrows.
Original Pride: Satyrs, offers a revealing look at the evolution of gay motorcycle club culture and its influence on the larger LGBTQ and modern leather communities.
Pansy!, Artist Paul Harfleet’s family had always accepted his sexuality, but it was a different story outside the home.
Positive Youth, HIV+ Youth bravely share their stories and battle stigma in this film.
Revealing Mr. Maugham, Documentary film on the life and work of author W. Somerset Maugham.
Rock Hudson’s Home Movies, From his days as an obscure contract player to the revelations about his “gay lifestyle“
South Beach On Heels, it explores the fascinating people behind the make-up and wigs.
The Cover Up A Documentary, employees document the struggles they faced while working at Petco retail store in Texas.
The Glamour And The Squalor, is the inspiring true story of Marco Collins, one of America’s last great DJs.
The Man You Had In Mind, this documentary explores the intimate lives of five gay male couples
The Silver Screen: Color Me Lavender, Mark Rappaport takes us on a hilarious and provocative romp through the hidden and not so hidden gay undercurrents of Hollywood’s Golden Years.
Undressing Israel, this documentary examines a side of Israel that is too often overlooked: its thriving gay community.
Voices From The Front, the first feature-length documentary on AIDS activism in America, makes clear the emotional and political effects of community activism using the voices of those directly engaged.
Waited For, a feature-length documentary that interweaves three stories of South African lesbians who adopt across racial lines.
When Bette Met Mae, Bette Davis and Mae West come alive to discuss their careers. Using an audio tape made that night and actors to portray them, you are a guest at a party that no one knew about until now. Watch and laugh.