When Amanada gave birth to her daughter, she re-evaluated pretty much everything in her life.
Amanda’s story video is part of a series of videos from Whitehorse, YT that were facilitated by the Yukon Queer Film Alliance with the generous support of Arts Fund Yukon. YQFA is responsible for OUT North, the first queer film festival north of 60. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Yukon-Queer-Film-Alliance/369436306474933?fref=ts
Marmot is a Radical Faery and is involved with the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence. He talks about coming out and how his spirituality and Christian beliefs actually assisted him in his process. You can find the Sisters at: www.yvrsisters.blogspot.ca/ and the Radical Faeries at: www.bcradfae.ca/home
Lisa is a self-identified woman originally from Columbia.
She speaks of her struggle in beginning her transition.
My apologies for the bad audio – the super fine mic we had died on the day and we had to use the camera mic ; (
Hopefully you can still hear Lisa and appreciate her story. We keep learning and getting better as we go. xo Lulu
Jessica is our Valentine video at onmyplanet.ca. Among the first to marry
and immigrate to Canada. Her story is very romantic and absolutely
fitting for a queer valentines celebration.