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Just Gender (2013)

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Just Gender tackles the little understood world of transgender people. Although Just Gender utilizes some archival footage and stills, it is largely built on a series of interviews of ... See full summary »

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George Zuber

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George Zuber
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Status: Completed | See complete list of  »
Updated: 21 March 2013
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Angelica Ross ... Herself
Katie Katie ... Herself
Masen Davis Masen Davis ... Himself
Jillian T. Weiss Jillian T. Weiss ... Herself
Landon 'L.J.' Woolston Landon 'L.J.' Woolston ... Himself
Alison Laing Alison Laing ... Herself
Richard Docter Richard Docter ... Himself
Katherine Katherine ... Herself
Nathan Levitt Nathan Levitt ... Himself
Peggy Peggy ... Herself
Earline Budd Earline Budd ... Herself
Gloria Suzanne Stein Gloria Suzanne Stein ... Herself
Star Rodriguez Star Rodriguez ... Herself
Justin Adkins Justin Adkins ... Himself
Laura Arrowsmith Laura Arrowsmith ... Herself
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Just Gender tackles the little understood world of transgender people. Although Just Gender utilizes some archival footage and stills, it is largely built on a series of interviews of transgendered persons, their family members and friends, health care experts, community leaders and others who work with the transgender community. The film explores the common myths and misunderstandings about transgendered people. It also explores the confusion between sexual orientation and gender identity, as reflected in the rigid binary view of the world generally held by society. Just Gender also touches on the discrimination, hardships and brutality resulting from those misconceptions and prejudices, including the numerous deaths caused by hate each year. Written by Anonymous

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Lucid and Engaging
2 July 2016 | by shybikerSee all my reviews

This documentary is clear and educational. It presents many of the complexities of being transgender. It starts with definitions of various gender identities and expands into the many struggles people have with gender. Many of the troubles are unknown to the average person; the film describes them accurately, which is a public service.

First-hand interviews convey information in an engaging manner. The speakers are appealing and admirably candid. It's hard not to empathize with people who have suffered when their hardships are written on their faces. The narration by Emmy & Tony award-winner Bebe Neuwirth is excellent. This film needs to be seen by more people. It creates valuable knowledge which is a potent antidote to ignorance and hatred.


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