This is exactly how queer women watch Mean Girls.

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The Reason Behind Me is a short film by Dani van Herk Cast: Kate Austin and Bianca Bradey Cinematographer: Kieran Fowler Music Composer: Michiel van Erp – http://www.michielvanerp.com/ — www.danivanherk.com —

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Five short films from director Cassandra Nicolaou including “Where Are The Dolls” starring Megan Follows Review from Movies OVER The Rainbow and written by Ali Naro – http://www.moviesovertherainbow.com/lesbian-films/dolls/ Starring – Megan Follows Directed by Cassandra Nicolaou 2012 “Where Are The Dolls” is a short film that [...]

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Polarised is a short film about LGBTQ Mental Health in Austerity London. Including interviews, poetry and live action it seeks to tell the stories of the thousands of young LGBTQ people suffering with ill mental health and bearing the brunt of cuts to funding. TRIGGER WARNING: Polarised touches on subjects that some people may find [...]

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Growing up gay in the South, a high school girl seeks the help of a therapist to come out to her family and friends in this hilarious and touching coming-of-gay story. Audience Award – Best Dramatic Short Film, OutFest 2014 Audience Award – Best Women’s Short Film, Out on Film, ATL 2014 Audience Award – [...]

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When You’re In Love With Your Best Friend – She’s probably never once thought of me in a romantic way.

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When Jamie and Mimi get together for a harmless game of truth or drink, they have no idea what secrets and desires are about to be exposed.

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Awkward Moments At Work That Make You Feel Like A Terrible Person – Why am I so terrible?

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As cliche as it may sound, Georgia is a coming-of-age film about teenage sexuality and the pressure of realization in our generation. It is an honest portrayal of young love, desire, and teenagers dealing with new understandings of human relationships.  

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This is a collection of the most honest parts of my diary from the past 10 years of my life. Growing up is hard for everyone, but growing up gay means teaching yourself to hide from feelings that are supposed to be exciting, new and wonderful. A decade on, I wouldn’t change being gay for [...]

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