OUT: Stories of Lesbian and Gay Youth

David Adkin

1993, 79:00 minutes, colour, English


OUT: Stories of Lesbian and Gay Youth is an intimate exploration of the struggles and victories of gay and lesbian youths in Canada. Delving into the emotional, societal and familial conflicts lesbian and gay youths often face, this film breaks the damaging silences surrounding sexual orientation and sexual differences.
Through explicit interviews with gay and lesbian youths from varied cultural and racial heritages, issues of discrimination as well as the compounding problems of confronting racism and sexism are sensitively addressed.
OUT provides awareness, understanding and hope - to gay and lesbian youths, parents, counsellors and educators.

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