Tag Archives: Parent

Stephen

Stephen eloquently recounts growing up in the north, his process of coming out and his part in the human rights case that solidified same-sex marriage in Yukon Territory and in Canada. Thank you Stephen both for the energy you put into changing history and for the telling of this excellent piece of LGBTQ history.

Stephen’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

Bonnie

Bonnie talks about her decision to come out in her fifties, her work with a primarily straight senior community and the importance of authenticity.
Bonnie’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

Chelsea

Chelsea is a self-identified woman who transitioned at the age of 51. She talks about her life before transition and the process of becoming herself.

Rebecca

Rebecca and artist and dancer, grew up in an artistic and performance oriented family, familiar with many genders and orientations. She speaks of her mother’s struggle to get her to conform and of her own struggle to find her identity.

Stitch

Stitch talks about the things he’s learned with The Radical Faeries, doing drag and parenting.