Netflix’s One Day at a Time broke ground last year with its incredibly accurate portrayal of a Cuban-American family living the American dream. It also made us a bit weepy with its heartbreaking, but ultimately uplifting, depiction of what it’s like to come out to a Latino family.
The show’s second season, which was made available for streaming just last month, is continuing down its groundbreaking path. The Alvarez family we’ve come to know and love is seen embracing all facets of the LGBTQ community. Even Grandma Lydia is learning a few new things! Here are seven queer moments we absolutely loved this season.