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Tomboy (Short Animation)

Tomboy is a Canadian short animation film that debuted in 2009 on CBC. It is a 12-minute 2D animated video/movie that follows a day in the life of an elementary school Latina Canadian child named Alex, as they maneuver their way through the obstacles of being a tomboy. This film explores issues of gender expression,… read more »

Both / And

“both/and is a video that explores ideas of self, gender identity and gender expression. Ideal for elementary classroom viewing the video is accompanied by a curriculum guide available on (” – Lee Hicks

It Gets Better – Parents of Transgender Children

Published on Mar 5, 2012 The first “It Gets Better” video of its kind: Featuring parents from PFLAG’s support group for families of transgender children sharing their personal struggles to understand their child’s needs and find support for both themselves and their families.

Becoming Me

Eight families with transgender and gender non-conforming children ranging in ages from 5 to 25 share their stories. With the healthy development of their children at stake, parents must confront binary perceptions of gender, widespread transphobia and controversial parenting decisions.

Our Families: LGBT Asian and Pacific Islander Stories

Check out the first video from Our Families, in our series of videos that highlight the trials of triumphs of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people of color. Our Families is a community education campaign that raises the visibility of LGBT people of color. In this video Asian and Pacific Islander families share with us… read more »

Joel Baum of Gender Spectrum

Published on Jun 28, 2012 This is an interview with Joel Baum, M.S., Director of Education and Training at Gender Spectrum. “Gender isn’t binary. It’s a spectrum.” Help for gender non-conforming children and their familes: visit or call Gender Spectrum at (510)567-3977.

Two Spirit People

An overview of historical and contemporary Native American concepts of gender, sexuality and sexual orientation. This documentary explores the berdache tradition in Native American culture, in which individuals who embody feminine and masculine qualities act as a conduit between the physical and spiritual world, and because of this are placed in positions of power within… read more »