Things to know about onmyplanet.ca:
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All stories and opinions expressed in the Queer Story Archive are those of the storytellers. Onmyplanet.ca does not interview subjects, they are asked to come to video recording sessions prepared to tell their own stories. Onmyplanet.ca edits only in the most minimal way and is not liable or responsible for any of the views on the site other than Lulu’s.
More things to know about onmyplanet.ca:
- Onmyplanet.ca is not incorporated as a non-profit but for the most part functions as one. The website was created and is maintained by Lulu Laru (lulu at onmyplanet dot ca) an independent videomaker.
- This site is a private initiative and receives no public funding. Donations, membership fees and sponsorships from community organizations are graciously accepted to offset the hard costs of travel, producing the story videos and web maintenance. What is not covered by community support comes out of Lulu’s pocket.
- Onmyplanet.ca is not an academic research project. The videos recorded for the site are not the result of an interview process, rather, each participant prepares their own story independently of onmyplanet.ca. All participants are expressing their own viewpoints and onmyplanet.ca does not interpret or draw conclusions from the participants’ stories.