As some of y’all may know, To Queer Things Up was on the road this year going from conference to conference and we thought it would be cool to show you what we are all about when we bring the virtual community we’re building to physical spaces! Check out To Queer Things Up: Addressing the [...]

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“Queer has a deep history of being derogatory and even today it can still be derogatory, right. There’s a difference between saying I’m a part of the queer community and me walking down the street and being called a queer. Those two things mean something very different and in fact those are the things we [...]

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“I have come to understand that I should be respected for being queer. That I shouldn’t be questioned and told that I should have to decide whether I’m lesbian, whether I’m straight or whether I’m bisexual. I shouldn’t have to restate queerness in a way in which you understand it. It should just be understood.”- [...]

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“We Exist” is an upcoming documentary which explores the life of individuals who exist outside the gender binary while living in a binary world. The film intimately follows the life of Lauren–an individual who identifies as Gender Neutral–and the physical, emotional, and spiritual changes Lauren must go through just to be. Get in touch! Website: [...]

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Trailer | Girl on Girl: An Original Documentary – Unlike any documentary film to date, Girl on Girl focuses its lens on the lives of feminine lesbians, and invites the audience to discover what life is like for women whose identity is incessantly trivialized and stigmatized, both outside of and within queer spaces. Girl on [...]

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Sam Wilkes MicroProduction. Part of a series of short films which explore LGBTQ stories. My desire is for these microproductions to be diverse in subject matter, vision, style, and message. There is not a singular way to tell the stories of such a diverse community and these shorts simply seek to take snapshots of lives. [...]

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Canadian Forces Base, 1987, Private Jane Cross is quickly noticed during her training by Master Corporal Maryann Kirk, and for more than her skills on the battlefield. Meanwhile the military police wage a secret war on homosexuals, spying on soldiers suspected of engaging in ‘immoral conduct.’ If Jane and Maryann are careful, will anyone discover them? [...]

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