Directed by Stuart Getty
Posted by XylophoneGender on May 4th, 2016 at 08:00 am
Directed by Stuart Getty
Find out more about how The Living Room Project has grown since this video was made four years ago: “Located in West Oakland, Ca The Living Room Project is a Healing Justice and Community space whose primary purpose is to serve Black & Brown Queer and Trans communities.”
“HEART-BEATS.CA began talking about clothing and fashion in 2013 as a way to also discuss bodies seldom represented in popular culture and online communities; bodies that are fat, bodies that are brown and bodies that are queer—bodies like ours.”
“When I am my femme, I’m like, shoulders back, and more…assertive or fierce.”
Ronen’s first video blog, discussing the option of waiting.
“While white men are super exciting – don’t get me wrong – the whole world doesn’t have to be about them.”
San Francisco Bay Area-based Peacock Rebellion’s Brouhaha: Queer and Trans People of Color Comedy
Some of the acts can be seen here: Jaq Victor, a queer, genderqueer, Vietnamese-American unicorn, Cassandra Falby, a West Indian American genderqueer femme, and Mahfam Malek, a queer, genderfluid, Iranian-American immigrant.
“Everybody wants to live up to a label. I don’t want society to label me. I wanna be who I am.” From the documentary “The Same Difference.”
Brennen comes out to a parent. It’s as stilted as any other reality show, so possibly read this first if you’re deciding whether to watch the entire episode.
AzMarie‘s Intro to the video ‘We Hot.’
QTPOC Chat with Mia and Janani, by Black Girl Dangerous.
Adrian Mae’s video includes an update: “This video is no longer applicable to me personally, but enjoy nonetheless.”
Interview with Tyler Ford.
“In Her Memory,” by Paolo Jara-Riveros With support from St. John’s Well Child and Family Center’s Trans Health initiate.
This short documentary also comes with a classroom discussion guide “to help students appreciate the value of inclusion, the strengths they inherit from their cultural heritage, and their own power to create a school climate of aloha—love, honor and respect for all. Based on the true story of a young Hawaiian girl who dreams of leading her school’s all-male hula troupe, and a transgender teacher who empowers her through traditional culture.”
A message of validation and support for us all :)
Word association with a group of people and the word “pronouns.”
Note: Some aspects may be considered NSFW.
Restless Year, by Ezra Furman
“Gender fluidity is very much a part of my life offstage, though I am still exploring what it means. I’ve not quite decided on a gender identity, I may never decide, and that’s all right with me. I am proud to exist in an ambiguous, undecided state.”