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Posted on July 17, 2016 | No CommentsI recently had the opportunity to interview Mary Elizabeth Boylan about her latest project, a documentary called BEing KINDred for The Homo Culture. The film highlights the current struggle of the Transgender and transitioning community by telling their story in hopes that a better understanding can come of it.
Posted on July 4, 2016 | No CommentsBrother X is a very personal story of a brother struggling to come to terms with his new brother's gender and his own inner turmoil at the same time. I'm hoping it helps all of us to understand this issue of transgendered and transitioning people and that it will help us find empathy for them. No one deserved to be ostracized for who they really are and no one should ever have to suppress their true selves to please family, society, or anyone
Posted on May 26, 2012 | No CommentsDiversity On Demand is celebrating Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Pride Month which means the cable industry has partnered with GLAAD to shine a spotlight on compelling, diverse programming. To help do this, they have launched an LGBT Pride Photo Contest on the official Diversity On Demand Facebook page. The contest gives fans a chance to recreate an original photo inspired by their favorite gay-friendly film and TV shows available On Demand! Whether it’s a western inspired render, political activist pose or choir group capture, three winners will be selected from the submissions to be featured as a weekly cover photo star on the Diversity On Demand Facebook for the month of June.