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Middle Sexes: Redefining He and She (2005)

TV-MA | | Documentary | TV Movie May 2005
Examines the diversity of human sexual and gender variance around the globe, with commentary by scientific experts and first-hand accounts of people who do not conform to a simple male/female binary.

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Antony Thomas

Writer:

Antony Thomas
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2 nominations. See more awards »

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Credited cast:
Gore Vidal ... Narrator (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Calpernia Addams ... Herself
Beth Aynsley Beth Aynsley ... Character Voiceover
Max Beck Max Beck ... Himself
Tamara Beck Tamara Beck ... Herself
Milton Diamond Milton Diamond ... Himself - University of Hawaii (as Prof Milton Diamond)
Alice Dreger Alice Dreger ... Herself - Michigan State University (as Prof Alice Dreger)
Anne Fausto-Sterling Anne Fausto-Sterling ... Herself - Brown University (as Prof Anne Fausto-Sterling)
Louis Gooren Louis Gooren ... Himself - Free University Hospital Amsterdam (as Prof Louis Gooren)
Sylvia Guerrero Sylvia Guerrero ... Herself
Andrea James ... Herself
Shivananda Khan Shivananda Khan ... Himself - Naz Foundation International (as Shivananda Khan OBE)
Luke Luke ... Himself - Noah's Older Brother
Michelle Michelle ... Herself - Noah's Mother
Mike Mike ... Himself - Noah's Step-Father
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Examines the diversity of human sexual and gender variance around the globe, with commentary by scientific experts and first-hand accounts of people who do not conform to a simple male/female binary.

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Documentary

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TV-MA
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Country:

USA | UK

Language:

English

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May 2005 (UK) See more »

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| (DVD)

Sound Mix:

Stereo

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Color

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1.33 : 1
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The opening and closing scenes in this program were recreations, based on eye-witness accounts. See more »

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Trying to 'control' the uncontrollable
23 January 2006 | by Rogue-32See all my reviews

If there's one over-riding message to be had from this extremely decent documentary regarding sexual/gender diversity, it's this: a society cannot control what people feel without lethal ramifications. Nearly all the hatred, violence and negativity in the world stems from repression of one form or another, creating people who are so terrified of who they 'might be' if they actually were left in peace to explore themselves openly that sometimes they wind up taking out this overwhelming frustration on more evolved souls, the ones who are unable to stick within the soul-stifling confines of the roles they're supposed to be enacting in their lives. It's time to get rid of these boxes with their pathetic labels before they destroy us all.


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