When fresh-faced music teacher Will Schuester first took command of McKinley High's glee club, we realized quickly that this was going to be a campy and queer-positive show. But over the course of six seasons, Glee became much more than that. For many of us, it was THE teenage dream: a fictional safe space and rallying cry (done in four-part harmony) against teen bullying. Not only was every member of the LGBTQ acronym represented, but the show had strong Latina women, men and women of color, and characters with disabilities as main cast members—not just guest stars. The show may be over, but its queer storylines are too awesome to forget. Pride keeps track of the show's young breakout stars like Lea Michele, Darren Criss, and Chris Colfer as they continue their blossoming careers!