We recently asked the BuzzFeed Community to tell us what the best queer TV and movie scenes were in the 2010s. Here are the responses for TV: 1. When Patrick sang his acoustic rendition of "Simply The Best" to David at their open mic night on Schitt's Creek: Pop TV It's one of the sweetest episodes of television that I've ever seen and I immediately started crying. The look on David's face when he realizes what's happening is so beautiful. I love that scene so much.—melaniep4c247b90f 2. When Cyrus from Andi Mack became the first character on Disney Channel to say the words “I’m gay”: Disney —1001397 3. When Ruby and Sapphire got married on Steven Universe: Cartoon Network The animators made sure it couldn’t be interpreted as anything other than a gay wedding by making the butch-coded Ruby wear a dress, that way when it aired overseas, there was no getting around the fact that it was two female-identified characters getting married. It was also a very plot-important episode, meaning that it couldn’t be cut out entirely without the rest of the season not making sense.—jconway 4. When Darryl sang "Gettin' Bi" on Crazy Ex-Girlfriend: The CW That song was hilarious, but also brought up so many good points and erased a lot of the stigmas that come with being openly bisexual.—emilyd41b36b9de 5. When Emily told Naomi that she didn't want to hide their relationship on Skins: E4 I was in a situation with a "straight" girl myself when I first saw it, and I really did need to see something like it then. To this day, that scene is still so piercing.—e4ada6546c 6. When Robin came out to Steve on Stranger Things, and he accepted her right away: Netflix I love how they set up your belief that Robin had a secret crush on Steve throughout high school, when really she liked a girl who liked Steve. I also love how it takes Steve about two seconds to process the information and get right back to his awesome banter with her.—lydiamargaretd 7. When Gael from Good Trouble talked about his bisexuality as casually as he would talk about liking pizza: Freeform —olivias4cb608226 8. When Jeff from Clarence was revealed to have two moms: Cartoon Network It’s not really a particular moment because it's never made to be a big deal. It’s just...Jeff’s moms.—lydiamargaretd 9. When Elena confronted her father for not accepting her sexuality on One Day at a Time: Netflix It's terribly sad but also uplifting in a way, and it never fails to make me cry.—kitty188023 10. When Tig admitted his feelings for Venus, a trans woman, on Sons of Anarchy: FX This scene is one of the most touching things I’ve ever seen on any medium and definitely not what you’d expect from a biker show.—PHM8 11. When Lito gave a speech at São Paulo Pride after being outed on Sense8: Netflix His speech is so real and so inspiring, and I love that scene and that show with all my heart.—lynchgrace24 12. When Sophia, a trans woman, finally got to open a salon on Orange Is the New Black: Netflix —mangoforpresident 13. When Jackson and Ethan returned to Teen Wolf for its final season and revealed they were dating: MTV —idk1234456 14. When Rosa Diaz came out as bi on Brooklyn Nine-Nine: NBC Not only is her coming out to Charles hilarious, but it's nice how accepting the rest of her squad was to her about her sexuality and how they supported her while her parents didn't.—lightheart16 15. When Jude from The Fosters accepted his sexuality and came out: Freeform —olivias4cb608226 16. When Kurt and Blaine shared their first kiss on Glee: Fox —liaeveritt 17. When Waverly told Nicole what scares her most and they kissed for the first time on Wynonna Earp: Syfy The show did a great job with their relationship. Waverly coming to terms with how she really felt about herself and Nicole in a totally awkward and very relatable scene was beautiful.—tanas444c22ecf 18. When Will finally realized that Hannibal was in love with him on Hannibal: Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF NBC As a queer guy who isn't super into things like rom-coms and such, Hannibal was really a breath of fresh air for me — gritty, dark, erotic, created by a gay man, and with a psychosexual queer relationship between the two main characters.—ohheyitsausername 19. When Theo from The Haunting of Hill House came out by hooking up with one of her sister's bridesmaids: Netflix —fillionfan4002 20. When Alec called off his arranged marriage and finally had his first kiss with Magnus on Shadowhunters: Freeform —cookie17 21. And when Mickey Milkovich from Shameless came out to a bar full of drunks and his homophobic father: Showtime And it's all in the name of stopping the man he loves from walking away. Sometimes Shameless gets it right.—itsmejenn Want to be featured on BuzzFeed? Follow the BuzzFeed Community on Facebook and Twitter! Note: Submissions have been edited for length and/or clarity.