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Bikini
Educational DVD Price 100.00
Enough Man
Educational DVD Price 100.00
A young man borrows his mother's bikini for a day at the beach Documentary meets explicit sexuality in this groundbreaking debut about FTM sexuality Six short films about transgender and gender non-conforming youth and adults are in this collection designed for use in high schools and LGBT centers, complete with curriculum and action guide PDFs on the DVD.
Harsh Beauty
Educational DVD Price 295.00
Hung
Educational DVD Price 100.00
Harsh Beauty follows over a period of 3 years the lives of Jyothi, Usha and hira bai, three Eunuchs who live openly as women and want to be accepted as their true selves. With the help of a magic potion, five friends find themselves hung for a single day. Five young people give you a chance to walk in their shoes - to hear their own views on marriage, making change, and what it means to be a family.
Is It Really So Strange?
Educational DVD Price 295.00
Last Full Show
Educational DVD Price 100.00
Two short films exploring the impact of marriage and adoption rights in diverse LGBT families. Includes In My Shoes: Stories of Youth with LGBT Parents and Out in the Heartland (Public Performance Rights Included) Filmmaker William E. Jones interviews a new fan base of The Smiths and Morrissey: Latino youths in East Los Angeles A young boy and and older man learn the meaning of love upon meeting at an underground Manila movie theatre.
Out in the Heartland
Educational DVD Price 100.00
Shabnam Mousi
Educational DVD Price 295.00
Out in the Heartland explores how Kentucky's recent constitutional amendment to ban gay marriage affects three families and their communities. Screaming Queens tells the little-known story of the first known act of collective, violent resistance to the social oppression of queer people in the United States - a 1966 riot in San Francisco's impoverished Tenderloin neighborhood, three years before the famous gay riot at New York's Stonewall Inn. Based on a real person, Shabnam Mousi is an action-packed Bollywood musical about a hijra (eunuch) who transcends societal oppression to become a successful politician.
She Kills He
Educational DVD Price 100.00
Still
Educational DVD Price 100.00
transparent
Educational DVD Price 295.00
She Kills He is the story of an unlikely pair finding love in a most unexpected place. A gay teenager detached from his surroundings, Guy (Jason Woo) runs away from home to escape the idle stillness of his life. Pink or blue. Male or Female. Mommy or Daddy. Categories that we all take for granted are blown wide open in transparent, a new documentary film about 19 female-to-male transsexuals living in the United States who have given birth and, in all but a few stories, gone on to raise their biological children.
We Are Dad
Sale Price: 175.00
Wingtips
Educational DVD Price 100.00
We Are Dad follows the lives of a most unusual family: two white gay pediatric nurses and their family of five foster children. The family has an abundance of both love and complications. Four of the foster children have AIDS. Three are black. Two come from a backwater cult in Oregon. And the whole family has been in the middle of one of the most hotly debated issues in the country – gay adoption.

The Lofton family overcomes insurmountable odds when one of the children, Bert, reverses his HIV status. What should be cause for celebration turns to devastation as the state of Florida threatens to take the boy – now that he’s healthy – away from his family, because his two foster parents are gay men. The resulting fight over this decision by the state of Florida thrust the Lofton family into the mainstream media spotlight, along with an offer by the ACLU to represent their case.
In this 1940ís noir-style surreal thriller, our hero (Alex Boling) seems fixated on wingtip shoes. He embarks on a journey of self-discovery where danger lurks around every corner and imminent disaster grows closer with every step he takes.