27 of our Favorite Out and Proud LGBTQ 'Ships

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Pride month may have come to an end, but pride itself is something that's celebrated year round. There's an endless amount of m/m and f/f relationships on television we're dying to see, and while some of them, unfortunately, don't become canon, there are some amazing ones that do.

In honor of another awesome pride month, we decided to take a look at 27 of our favorite LGBT+ ships!

1. Callie and Arizona - Grey's Anatomy

Callie and Arizona - Grey's Anatomy
Callie and Arizona were almost like star-crossed lovers. So many different things were thrown their way but their love for each other was the one thing that kept them going. They were the couple we were all rooting for, and seeing them live their lives together was incredibly satisfying. Unfortunately, things don't always go as planned and it all proved to be too much when they end up getting a divorce. But we'll be on team Calzona always and forever.

2. Cheryl and Toni - Riverdale

Cheryl and Toni - Riverdale
Cheryl and Toni was the relationship we were all hoping for ever since it was revealed that Vanessa Morgan would be joining the show for Season 2. Cheryl finally has someone who cares for her unconditionally and would do just about anything to keep her happy and safe. Toni's dashing rescue to break Cheryl out of conversion therapy followed by their epic kiss was the best scene in Riverdale to date.

3. Magnus and Alec - Shadowhunters

Magnus and Alec - Shadowhunters
I can't even begin to explain just how amazing Malec is. If you haven't heard of them (which is unlikely) let's just say they're one of the most epic couples currently on television. Despite Magnus being a warlock and Alec being a Shadowhunter, they refuse to let anything keep them apart. Both characters and their love for each other is breathtaking, and if you haven't heard...they're one of the reasons we need to #SaveShadowhunters.

4. Max and Anne - Black Sails

Max and Anne - Black Sails
Max and Anne definitely had a complicated relationship full of ups and downs. Their feelings for each other were always an important aspect of the series and Max ended up realizing that Anne was the most important thing in her life. Sadly, their endgame was left ambiguous but we find it hard to believe that these two won't find their way back to each other.

5. Kat and Adena - The Bold Type

Kat and Adena - The Bold Type
Kat and Adena are literally relationship goals. Kat couldn't get Adena out of her head from the moment they met, which helped her realized a lot about herself and her sexuality. Adena's morals and strong spirit are what attracted Kat to her in the first place and they click on every single level. Their time apart left them both miserable, and the showed proved that they're stronger together.

6. Amy and Karma - Faking It

Amy and Karma - Faking It
Amy and Karma are one of those relationships that could've had it all if the series went on. While Amy realized she was in love with her best friend from the moment they first kissed, Karma still had a lot of figuring it out to do. If we had just a little more time, Karmy may have finally made it work, but unfortunately, the show was canceled before we could see it happen.

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