Standing tall and strong as the largest convention for LGBTQ+ women and allies, ClexaCon continues to affirm its unwavering commitment to focus on the power of queer women to create massive, meaningful and lasting change in front and behind the camera.
Here is a new project that it might be interesting to give a helping hand.
I already told you about the film of Jodie Savitz «Girl On Girl: an original documentary» that focuses on femme lesbians and on invisibility which they are subject in our community and, in general, in the society.
Jodie Savitz needs you to promote her documentary on the female lesbians.
Many people do not know what transgender means. In the fight for gay and lesbian rights, visibility has driven a lot of the changes we have seen. The presence of gay and lesbian characters on television and the willingness of celebrities to be open with their sexuality has created normalcy where before there was fear. And though there is still a lot of fear centered around the community, there are shows like Modern Family, Grey’s Anatomy, and Pretty Little Liars write characters who, despite sometimes extreme circumstances, are real, just living their lives as who they are. These characters are not just gays or lesbians. They are people, and their sexuality is simply a part of who they are. The trans* community needs more visibility.