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30 Gay Love Songs: Men Singing About Men (Updated 2019)

Even when visibility for LGBTQ artists is at an all-time high, it can still be hard to find love songs that are explicitly about the gay experience. Whether it’s a gorgeous ballad about falling in love with a boy, or a thundering track about bringing it to the bedroom, gay and bisexual guys deserve to have their experiences reflected in songs, too.

Instead of waiting to hear that perfect track about man-to-man romance, we decided to offer a helping hand with this list of 30 gay love songs.

Queer pop’s golden boy Troye Sivan is a master of crafting songs about queer relationships, and this one is no exception. “Lucky Strike” shimmers with dreamy synths while Troye confesses to his lover all of different reasons he finds him so attractive.

While Sam Smith may have once faced criticism for a lack of gender-specific pronouns in his songs, “Him” more than makes up for it. This heartbreaking ballad follows a young man coming out of the closet to his father by confessing his love for another man, all while Smith’s stunning vocals convey both the pain and the tenderness of the song at the same time.

While the subtext of “Preacher” hints at a particularly one-sided desire, there is no denying that this bouncing bop off of Years & Years’ Palo Santo is an excellent love song about finding yourself face to face with “the one.” 

Wanna let your lover know just how sexy you find them? Look no further than MNEK’s simmering single “Tongue.” The British star’s track employs his exuberant sexuality, a hard-hitting beat and expertly-crafted melodies to make this one of the sexiest songs about gay romance in recent memory.

Pop upcomer Vincint wants you to stop beating around the bush with his dramatically passionate single “Mine.” From suggesting light attraction to literally pleading his lover to be with him, Vincint pulls out all of the stops on the heart-pounding love song.

Throughout his career, Sakima has shown us time and time again that he knows how to write good music about gay sex. But what differentiates “Show Me” is its tenderness — while on past songs, Sakima focuses on the heat and passion of gay romance, this sensual track frames sex as a means of loving communication between two partners.

Inspired by The Little Mermaid’s “Kiss the Girl,” Keiynan Lonsdale’s debut single turns the Disney classic on its head, encouraging his listeners to follow their heart and kiss the boys they love. With the help of some entrancing melodies and gorgeous singing on Lonsdale’s part, “Kiss the Boy” successfully displays the singer’s unique ability to make his audience swoon with a song.

The lyrics to Brockhampton’s electrifying music has never shied away from frontman Kevin Abstract’s gayness. But “Something About Him,” a short, slowed down ballad from the group’s hit album Iridescence, brings the rapper’s experience to the forefront, as he expounds on why he’s infatuated with his lover.

Indie-pop stars Cub Sport dialed into their romantic side with their self-titled 2019 record’s “Butterflies.” The track’s commanding melody perfectly contrasts the head-over-heels emotion they portray through the lyrics, making this a fun, strange trip through gay romance.

Former Vampire Weekend member Rostam manages to combine the ever-present ethereal quality of his music with touching lyrics about struggling to find your dream partner. As always, Rostam’s artful interpretation of complex love comes across beautifully in this dreamy track.

Taking inspiration from the 1994 film of the same name, Frank Ocean’s smooth jam “Forrest Gump” is an ode to unapologetic queer love. The track displays not only a deep love of the 1994 film, but shows emotional maturity in acknowledging the reality of losing the person you love most.

Seattle-based singer/songwriter Perfume Genius accesses the most affectionate part of himself with “Alan,” a heartfelt ode to the singer’s boyfriend, Alan Wyffels. The song’s lyrics highlight the quieter, more tender parts of a relationship, encapsulating the idea of feeling safe in someone’s arms.

Sometimes all a good song needs is a simple bassline and some sultry vocals. That’s what listeners get when listening to pop singer Alextbh’s seductive “Still Mine,” as they follow the singer’s persistent hang-up on an ex-lover.

In “Dance Like You,” Vardaan Arora finds himself entranced by a dancing stranger, wishing he could be with him. With the appropriate club-ready production backing him up, Arora shows what falling in love on the dancefloor really feels like.

Love and passion are universal languages, as Solomon Ray expertly demonstrates in his sensuous bop “Así Así.” Switching constantly between English and Spanish, the singer asks his bilingual lover to give him everything he’s got.

When you combine the talent and confidence of drag star Shea Couleé with the otherworldly production of art pop artist Gess, you’re met with the haunting love song “Gasoline.” As Couleé breaks down her lover’s preconceptions about what love is, Gess delivers a distorted melody, sending their listeners to the stars.

K-pop stars don’t usually get opportunities to express their same-sex love thanks to Korea’s rigid anti-gay policies. But pop singer Holland defied expectations with his release of “Neverland,” one of the first K-pop songs with openly gay connotations. As Holland begs his lover to fly with him to a place where they can be free, you’ll find yourself both crying and applauding at the same time.

If the sexy falsetto tones of Bronze Avery’s voice don’t immediately melt your heart, then perhaps the words to this irresistible earwom “Want 2” will. Offering himself up to his new love interest, singing “Let’s do what we wanna do/ Imma take my time on you/ Swear I gotta list of that shit I wanna do,” Avery not only shows off his vocal dexterity, but his emotional availability.

Getting caught up in the heat of passion happens to everyone, and songwriter to the stars Jesse Saint John (Britney Spears, Camila Cabello) invites you to live in that moment with “What Do U Like.” Listening to Saint John’s sex-laden dance track makes you excited to hear what comes next on his already star-studded streak of expert pop writing.

Even if he’s only released a live version of this song, Wrabel manages to pull at your heartstrings with the lovesick “That’s What I’d Do.” Singing about an unselfish desire to show someone love, Wrabel brings his sensitive musical stylings to an all-time high on this beautiful new song.

On his debut track “Boy,” up-and-coming pop singer Aaron Porter shows off every sensual trick in his arsenal. The song deals with allowing yourself to be more vulnerable in front of your crush, while simultaneously showing them why they belong with you.

A Great Big World’s “Hold Each Other” begins as most other love songs do — a boy singing about the girl who keeps him young at heart. But by the song’s second verse, the duo’s openly gay member, Chad King, chimes in to show that exact same sentiment to a boy, thus showing once again that pronouns matter when it comes to penning a queer love song.

Pentatonix members Mitch Grassi and Scott Hoying turn on the charm in their high-energy dance track “Fantasy.” Singing about a picture-perfect relationship, the talented duo bring listeners into a dreamy landscape of love and romance.

Ryan Ashley’s tender vocals perfectly mirror his compassionate lyrics on his heartwarming single “Care for You.” Sometimes true love is showing someone that you are there for them, and Ashley expertly exemplifies the ideal partner here.

Sometimes you just can’t wait for that special man to make his way over to you, which alt-pop singer Morgxn manages to convey in his song “xx.” Coming from a singer with a discography full of songs about pain, loss and heartbreak, “xx” plays out as a beaming pillar of light that will fill you with flirtatious joy.

While the subject matter of the 2018 film Boy Erased may not lend itself to pure romantics, it’s clear that Troye Sivan’s collaboration with Sigur Rós’ Jónsi for the film’s soundtrack perfectly does. Basking in the light of pure love, Sivan’s crystal-clear baritone pairs perfectly with Jónsi’s simple production, creating not only an extremely moving scene for the film, but a beautiful love song for the ages.

Some may say that teenage love is inherently silly, but young pop singer Robokid instead focuses on the hopeless romanticism that comes with it on “17.” With a hazy production and an instantly catchy beat, Robokid manages to capture the teenage experience in a song.

Sometimes, the simple possibility of love can be just as romantic as the real thing, as pop upcomer Leo Kalyan demonstrates in his song “Horizon.” Accompanied by a thundering bass and a quiet melody, Kalyan explains how even just a touch from his lover can send him into a spiral of pleasure.

Take dance-pop producer Jax Jones, add in pop stars Years & Years, and you get the extremely fun and flirty “Play.” Centering around a man bringing his emotional walls down to start having some fun with his same-sex lover, “Play” will have you and your partner up and dancing in no time.

Above all, the most important kind of love that a person can find is self love, which Dev Hynes and Carly Rae Jepsen explore at length in “Better Than Me.” The song deals with Hynes’ constant fear that he is either not black or queer enough, but ultimately sends home the message that the truest love you can find is deep within yourself, not in someone else.

30 Gay Love Songs: Men Singing About Men (Updated 2019)

The Ultimate 2020 LGBTQ Pride Playlist That’ll Make You Want To Party

Happy Pride month 2020! Pride will definitely look a little different this year as many events and parades have been canceled due to the Coronavirus pandemic, but that won’t stop the LGBTQ community from being proud of who they are and making the most of June. We’re making pride a virtual party and every party needs a good playlist. And who better to turn to than LGBTQ artists and producers? Here are our favorite Pride songs to get you in the spirit this year.

This song may not be about LGBTQ representation, but if you ever needed a song by a member of the community about life in quarantine while in quarantine, this is the ultimate anthem. Just like the song says, „Zoom is the new club.“

Todrick really did remix his own song „Nails, Hair, Hips, Heels“ to give us life while we’re quarantining.

This video was shot at 2014’s LA Pride so it has a special place in our hearts and on this list.

Miley took over the Internet with this song when it came out and it’s lyrics make you feel like nothing can stop you from living your best life.

In the description of this song’s music video, transgender artist Shea Diamond writes, „I began writing ‚I Am Her‘ as a statement to a world that said I shouldn’t exist. I wrote it as an anthem for all those that felt shunned for simply being who they were.“

This song is about leaving a not-so-great relationship, but it’s also got such an upbeat beat, it will help you get over any ex.

The bright colors all over this music video and synthy beat of the song will totally make you want to dance with the puppets in the video.

This song is all about being shown the respect you DESERVE!

This track is all about living you authentic self and saying „f*ck you“ to anyone who disagrees. This song is also the last track on the band’s album Transgender Dysphoria Blues, where lead singer Laura Jane Grace opened up about the aftermath of transitioning as a transgender woman.

This song was released after Domo let the world know she’s bisexual after identifying for years as a lesbian. FYI: Sexuality and gender are fluid and live on a spectrum.

Pride is basically a huge, month long kiki so adding this dance track to any LGBTQ lineup is a mood.

The lyrics of this song talk about Sam’s struggle with religious beliefs clashing with sexuality. It’s a raw and powerful ballad in the face of self-doubt and hatred.

Kehlani told MTV News that she wrote this song about a girlfriend she had. The sweet, soft guitar she sings over will have you wishing you were Kehlani’s gf.

The comments on this video all talk about the heavy gay vibes they feel from it so that says everything you need to know.

If you haven’t heard any of Big Freedia’s music you’re missing out, but this song is a great introduction to the energy Freedia brings into any space.

This bop will have you dancing and wishing quarantine was over.

In this song, Frank takes on the role of Jenny from the movie Forrest Gump and talks about his first love, a guy.

The last line of the chorus „And love is not a choice,“ says it all.

Do we even need to recommend this one? You probably know every word already, but if you don’t, stop everything you’re doing and listen to all of „Dirty Computer“ right now please.

Is it even possible to make a Pride playlist without including a hit from Hayley Kiyoko? „Curious“ is too catchy to not listen to it at least once a day.

St. Vincent always has queer bops to jam to, but this song is especially cool, since it was part of a bigger project with Bob Dylan, Kesha, and other stars to make traditional love songs queer so that LGBTQ couples can have fitting songs to play at their weddings.

This ballad is the ultimate love song for when your S.O. is non-binary. Singer/songwriter, Be Steadwell, is a breakout queer artist whose new album, Queer Love Songs, will blow you away. „I don’t have to call you girlfriend, you gotta be my wife, maybe you could be my comrade, be my teammate for life ,“ Be sings.

You may recognize this song if you listen to one of our favorite podcasts, Queery by Cameron Esposito. It’s a song all about self-exploration and learning who you are and where you fit in in the world.

Mal Blum is a queer artist whose songs have a unique, jovial feel to them. This one in particular is super calming— save it for if Pride gets a little too overwhelming and you need a good tune to decompress with.

Mary Lambert became a queer icon with her song, „She Keeps Me Warm.“ But if you haven’t listened to her music beyond that, you’re truly missing out. „Secrets“ is just one example of how fun, bold, and unapologetically queer Lambert’s style is. Plus, how can you say no to a song with lyrics like, „Can’t think straight, I’m so gay“?!

We also couldn’t make it through a Pride playlist without a Troye cameo. „Wild“ is a total bop that will definitely be making the rounds across Pride celebrations this year, so add it to your library ASAP.

We need more love songs by queer women that unapologetically talk about their queer relationships. And LGBTQ icons Halsey and Lauren Jauregui are here to make that happen. We’re still obsessed with this jam, even a year after its release.

Another cool visibility song, The Replacements focus on two androgynous people who love each other and don’t care what the world thinks.

This goofy tune is catchy AF and has definitely been a Pride favorite since its release.

The video contains sensitive themes, so please be careful when watching! We love this song almost as much as we love queer artist/creator Angel Haze.

Hannah and Maggie are an adorable queer duo who sing catchy love songs that we can’t help but fall in love with. This super-cute music video is giving us all the good Pride vibes.

The Ultimate 2020 LGBTQ Pride Playlist That'll Make You Want To Party

Since it produced one of the world’s first ever explicitly gay films called Different From The Others back in 1919, Germany has been at the forefront of making really good LGBT movies. To mark the occasion of the release of the German-produced Futuro Beach made by Brazilian filmmaker Karim Ainouz, we have named our Top Ten German Gay Movies.

Since it produced one of the world’s first ever explicitly gay films called Different From The Others back in 1919, Germany has been at the forefront of making really good LGBT movies. To mark the occasion of the release of the German-produced Futuro Beach made by Brazilian filmmaker Karim Ainouz, we have named our Top Ten German Gay Movies.

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2. (2004)

After their most recent loss, a soccer team discovers its goalie is gay and casts him out. He retaliates by bringing back an all-gay team for a game to prove who’s better.

Director:Sherry Hormann | Stars:Maximilian Brückner, Lisa Maria Potthoff, Dietmar Bär, Eileen Eilender

5. (2004)

A close friendship between two crew teammates is tested when one slowly discovers he’s gay and attracted to the other.

Director:Marco Kreuzpaintner | Stars:Robert Stadlober, Kostja Ullmann, Miriam Morgenstern, Jürgen Tonkel

11. (1994)

Thrown out by his girlfriend from her apartment, Axel lives for a while with Norbert, a gay man he met some days before.

Director:Sönke Wortmann | Stars:Til Schweiger, Katja Riemann, Joachim Król, Rufus Beck

15. Men to Kiss(2012)

The gay couple Tobi and Ernie are being visited by Ernie’s old friend Uta. What at first looks like an innocent house-call, turns into an insidious attack on the couple’s relationship.

Director:Robert Hasfogel | Stars:Frank Christian Marx, Udo Lutz, Alexandra Starnitzky, Sascia Haj

17. (2009)

A young gay couple go on a camping trip, biking through the woods of Brandenburg. They have some mishaps along the way before meeting a woman and her teenager son on a farm.

Director:Jan Krüger | Stars:Sebastian Schlecht, Eric Golub, Iris Minich, Denis Alevi

18. (1996)

Christoph, cop and self-confident macho, has trouble with his fiance. After a long night he wakes up in the arms of Edgar, a good-looking, gay auto-mechanic. His live gets more and more … See full summary »

Director:Rolf Silber | Stars:Christoph M. Ohrt, Carin C. Tietze, Tim Bergmann, Oliver Stokowski

21. (2011)

A drama centered on the relationship between a two young men, as one of them navigates the difficulties of life as a transgender man.

Director:Sabine Bernardi | Stars:Rick Okon, Max Befort, Liv Lisa Fries, Felix Brocke

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