Resources

Organizations

Adolescents and Their Parents

 

The National Coalition for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Youth (outproud.org)

The Coalition is committed to improving the health and well-being of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals through federal and local advocacy, education, and research. The Coalition addresses the entire LGBT community, including individuals of every sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, race, ethnicity, and age regardless of disability, income, education, and geography. The Coalition is an initiative of HealthHIV, a national nonprofit focused on health equity.

Address:  369 Third Street, Suite B-362, San Rafael, CA 94901-3581

Email: Christopher@HealthLGBT.org

Related websites:

http://www.healthhiv.org/sites-causes/national-coalition-for-lgbt-health

http://www.outproudfamilies.com

Provides resources and referrals for LGBT and questioning youth.

 

PFLAG (National Federation of Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbian and Gays)

Address: 1726 M Street, Suite 400, Washington, DC, NW, 20036

Phone:  (202) 467-8180; FAX: (202) 467-8194

E-mail: info@pflag.org

Website: www.Pflag.org

Founded in 1972 with the simple act of a mother publicly supporting her gay son, PFLAG is the nation's largest family and ally organization. Uniting people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) with families, friends, and allies, PFLAG is committed to advancing equality and full societal affirmation of LGBTQ people through its threefold mission of support, education, and advocacy.

For local chapters all over the world, click here. Website and many publications in Spanish as well as in English.

 

Lambda Youth Network

P.O. Box 7911

Culver City, CA 90233

(310) 216-1312

Email: lambdya@aol.com

Referrals to pen pal programs, newsletter, websites, hotlines, and other resources for youth ages 12 to 23.

 

National Gay and Lesbian Task Force

The National LGBTQ Task Force builds power, takes action and creates change to achieve freedom and justice for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people and their families. As a progressive social justice organization, the Task Force works toward a society that values and respects the diversity of human expression and identity and achieves equity for all. The Task Force is training and mobilizing millions of activists across our nation to deliver a world where you can be you. 

Address:  1734 14th Street NW, Washington, DC 20009-4309

Phone: (202) 393-5177

Fax: (202) 393-2241

Email:  thetaskforce@thetaskforce.org

Website:  http://www.thetaskforce.org

 

American Friends Service Committee

AFSC is a Quaker organization devoted to service, development, and peace programs throughout the world. Its work is based on the belief in the worth of every person, and faith in the power of love to overcome violence and injustice.

Address:  1501 Cherry Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102-1429

Phone:  (215) 241-7133

Email: bridgespro@aol.com

Website:  https://www.afsc.org

Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/AmericanFriendsServiceCommittee

 

National Youth Advocacy Coalition

(ceased to operate in 2011 but website is still available)

Website:  http://www.nyacyouth.org

Supplied information for youth-serving agencies, services, and support groups.

 

Center for Reseach on Gender and Sexuality (CREGS)

CREGS exists to contribute significantly to all aspects of sexuality in the U.S. with evidence-based knowledge and resources. The Center performs cutting-edge research in HIV prevention, adolescent/teen sexuality, reproductive health, and works with several community partners to study and disseminate information about sex. Prior to 2012, CREGS was known as two different centers—the National Sexuality Research Center and the Center for Research on Gender and Sexuality.

 

Address:  835 Market Street, Suites 523-525, San Francisco, CA 94103

Phone: (415) 817-4512

Fax: (415) 817-4540

Email:  nsrcinfo@sfsu.edu

Website: http://cregs.sfsu.edu

A site dedicated to sexual health, education and rights, with an emphasis on youth.

 

Intersex Society of North America

The ISNA is devoted to systemic change to end shame, secrecy, and unwanted genital surgeries for people born with an anatomy that someone decided is not standard for male or female.

Website: http://www.isna.org

A great resource for intersex children and their parents.

 

Particular Focus on School Issues

 

GLSEN: Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network

121 West 27th Street, Suite 804

New York, NY 10001

WEB: www.glsen.org

Advocacy and information resources for all school-related issues. Extensive and helpful website including “bookstore.” Excellent newsletter.

 

GSA Network

160 14th Street

San Francisco, CA 94103

(415) 552-4229

E-mail: info@gsanetwork.org

WEB: www.gsanetwork.org

Guidance on starting and maintaining gay–straight alliances or diversity clubs in schools; online materials and fact sheets.

 

Teaching Tolerance

400 Washington Avenue

Montgomery, AL 36104

(334) 264-0286; FAX: (334) 264-3121

Curriculum materials, ideas, and strategies for teaching about diversity.

 

Gay and Lesbian Parents and Their Children

 

Children of Lesbian and Gays Everywhere (COLAGE)

3543 18th St. #1

San Francisco, CA 94110

(415) 861-5437

E-mail: COLAGE@COLAGE.org

WEB: www.COLAGE.org

Many local chapters with family activities and support.

 

Family Pride Coalition

P.O. Box 65327

Washington, DC 20035-5327

(202) 331-5015

E-mail: pride@familypride.org

WEB: www.familypride.org

Many local chapters all over the world that provide support,

education, and advocacy for gay and lesbian parents.

 

Gay Parent Magazine

WEB: www.gayparentmag.com

 

 

Legal Concerns

 

Gay and Lesbian Advocate and Defenders

294 Washington Street, Suite 740

Boston, MA 02108-4608

(617) 426-1350

WEB: www.glad.org

 

Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund

120 Wall Street, Suite 1500

New York, NY 10005-3904

CONTACT: David Buckel

(212) 809-8585; FAX: (212) 809-0055

E-mail: LLDEF@aol.com

 

National Center for Lesbian Rights

870 Market Street, Suite 570

San Francisco, CA 94102

E-mail: info@nclrights.org

WEB: www.nclrights.org

 

Transgender Issues
  

IFGE (International Foundation for Gender Education)

P.O. Box 229

Waltham, MA 02254-0229

(781) 899-2212

E-mail: IFGE@world.std.com

WEB: www.ifge.org

 

Harry Benjamin International Gender Dysphoria Association

1300 South 2nd Street, Suite 180

Minneapolis, MN 55454

(612) 625-1500

WEB: www.hbigda.org

 

Resources for Professionals

 

Gay and Lesbian Medical Association (GLMA)

459 Fulton Street, Suite 102

San Francisco, CA 94102

(415) 255-4547; FAX: (415) 255-4784

E-mail: Gaylesmed@aol.com

WEB: www.glma.org

Lesbian and Gay Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Association (LAGCAPA)

WEB: www.lagcapa.org

 

Gay Lesbian and Straight Teachers Network (GLSTN)

112 West 26th Street, Suite 1100

New York, NY 10001

(212) 727-0135; FAX: (212) 727-0254

E-mail: glstn@glstn.org

 

Society for Adolescent Medicine

Gay and Lesbian Special Interest Group

19401 East 40 Highway, Suite 120

Independence, MO 04055

(816) 795-TEEN

 

Lesbian Gay and Bisexual People in Medicine

Curr Probl Pediatr Adolesc Health Care, November/December 2004 389

Committee of the American Medical Students Association

1902 Association Drive

Reston, VA 20191

(703) 620-6600, ext. 458

E-mail: rmichaelis@siumed.edu

WEB: www.amsa.org/lgbt/

 

Association of Gay and Lesbian Psychiatrists (AGLP)

4514 Chester Avenue

Philadelphia, PA 19143

(215) 222-2800

E-mail: aglpnat@aol.com

WEB: www.aglp.org

Most Excellent: aglp.org/gap/  History of Psychiatry and Homosexuality, How to Take a Sexual History,

Psychological Development, Psychotherapy, Medical and Mental Health, Transgender, Intersex

Diversity/People of Color

 

American Psychological Association, Committee on Lesbian and Gay Concerns

750 First Street, NE

Washington, DC 20002

(202) 226-6052

 

THE NATIONAL COALITION FOR LESBIAN, GAY, BISEXUAL AND TRANSGENDER HEALTH

WEB: www.lgbthealth.net

 

 

Additional Internet Sites

 

Gay and lesbian teen pen pals. www.chanton.com/gayteens.html

Sexual Minority Youth and Family Services. www.ourtruecolors.org

Youth Guardian Services.

www.youth-guard.org/youth/

On-line peer-supervised support groups for lesbian, gay, bisexual,

and transgender youth, and youth with a lesbian, gay,

bisexual, or transgender family member. Three age groups:

younger teens, older teens, college.

 

Hotlines

 

GLBT Youth Peer Listening Hotline

Fenway Community Health Center

(617) 267-2535

(800) 399-PEER (7337)

 

AIDS Foundation Hotline (English and Spanish)

(800) FOR-AIDS

 

Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Youth Hotline

(800) 347-TEEN

 

Gay and Youth Talk Line

(415) 863-3636/(800) 246-PRIDE

 

LYRIC Youth Talkline and Infoline

(800) 246-PRIDE

 

National HIV/AIDS Hotline

(800) 342-AIDS

 

National Lesbian and Gay Crisis Line

(800) 221-7044

 

Pen Pals Services

 

Alyson Publications, Letter Exchange Program

40 Plympton Street

Boston, MA 02118

 

International Pen-Pal Program, Youth Outreach

Los Angles Gay and Lesbian Community Services Center

1625 Shrader Street

Los Angeles, CA 90028

(213) 992-7471

 

Lambda Youth Network

P.O. Box 7911

Culver City, CA 90233

 

Lesbian and Gay Youth Network

P.O. Box 20716

Indianapolis, IN 46220

(317) 541-8726

 

Nonfiction Books

 

Essays, Advice for Heterosexual Parents of a Gay

or Lesbian Adolescent

 

Bernstein R. Straight Parents, Gay Children: Keeping Families Together. Thunder’s Mouth Press; 1995.

 

Baker J. Family Secrets: Gay Sons, A Mother’s Story. Harrington Park Press; 1998.

 

Borhek MV. Coming Out to Parents: A Two-Way Survival Guide for Lesbian and Gay Men and Their Parents. Pilgrim Press;1993.

 

Borhek MV. My Son Eric. Pilgrim Press; 1984.

 

Chandler K. Passages of Pride: Lesbian and Gay Youth Come of Age. Random Press; 1995.

 

Cohen S, Cohen D. When Someone You Know Is Gay. Dell;1989.

 

Dew RF. The Family Heart: A Memoir of When Our Son Came Out. Ballantine; 1995. A very moving account.

 

Eichberg R. Coming Out: An Act of Love. Dulton; 1990.

 

Fairchild B, Hayward N.Now that You Know: What Every Parent Should Know About Homosexuality. Harcourt Brace Publishing;1989.

 

Griffin CW, Wirth AG, Wirth MJ. Beyond Acceptance: Parents of Lesbians and Gays Talk about Their Experience. St. Martin’s Press; 1990.

 

McDougal B. My Child Is Gay: How Parents React When They Hear the News, 1998.

 

Powers B, Ellis A.A Family and Friend’s Guide to Sexual Orientation: Bridging the Divide Between Gay and Straight. 1996.

 

Rafkin L. Different Daughters: A Book by Mothers of Lesbians. Cleis Press; 1987.

 

Savin-Williams RC.“And Then I Became Gay.” Young Men’s Stories. New York: Routledge; 1998.

 

Savin-Williams RC.Mom, Dad I’m Gay: How Families Negotiate Coming Out. 2001.

 

Books for Adolescents and Their Parents

 

Alyson S. Young, Gay and Proud.Alyson Press; 1991.

 

Bass E. and Kaufman K.Free Your Mind. Harper Collins; 1996.

 

Borhek MV. Coming Out to Parents: A Two-Way Survival

Guide for Lesbian And Gay Men and Their Parents.

 

Chandler K. Passages of Pride: Lesbian and Gay Youth Come of Age. Random House; 1995.

 

Cohen S, Cohen D. When Someone You Know Is Gay. Dell; 1989.

 

Day FA. Lesbian and Gay Voices: An Annotated Bibliography and Guide to Literature for Children and Young Adults. 2000.

A superb collection of fiction and nonfiction books for all ages, accompanied by mini-reviews. Profiles of prominent writers of fiction with gay themes.

 

Fricke A. Reflections of a Rock Lobster: A Story about Growing Up Gay. Alyson Publications; 1981.

 

Harris RH. It’s Perfectly Normal: A Book about Changing Bodies, Growing Up, Sex and Sexual Health. Candlewick Press; 1994.

 

Herdt G, Boxer A. Children of Horizons: How Gay and Lesbian Teens are Leading a New Way Out of the Closet. Beacon Press; 1993.

 

Heron A. Two Teenagers in Twenty: Writings by Gay and Lesbian Youth. Alyson Publications; 1994.

 

Hunt M. Gay: What Teenagers Should Know About Homosexuality and the AIDS Crisis. Farrar/Strauss/Giroux Publications; 1987.

 

Jennings K. Becoming Visible: A Reader in Gay and Lesbian History for High School and College Students. Alyson Publications; 1994.

 

Monette P. Becoming a Man: Half a Life Story. Harcourt Brace Jovanovich; 1992.  A moving autobiography.

 

Nycum B. The XY Survival Guide: Everything You Need to Know about Being Young and Gay. San Francisco: XY Publishing; 2000.

 

Pollack R, Schwartz C.The Journey Out: A Guide For and About Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Teens. Penguin Books; 1995.

 

Powers B, Ellis A.A Family and Friend’s Guide to Sexual Orientation: Bridging the Divide Between Gay and Straight. 1996.

 

Savin-Williams RC.“And Then I Became Gay.” Young Men’s Stories. New York: Routledge; 1998.

 

Sherrill J, Hardesty C.The Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Students’ Guide to Colleges, Universities, and Graduate Schools. NYU Press, 1994.

 

Woog D. School’s Out: The Impact of Gay and Lesbian Issues on America’s Schools. Alyson Press, 1995.

 

Books for GLB Parents

 

Arnup K. Lesbian Parenting.Gynergy Books, 1995. A collection of essays by and about lesbian parents.

 

Benkov, L. Reinventing the Family: Lesbian and Gay Parents. Crown Trade Paperbacks; 1994. Historical review of legal and cultural evolution of gay and lesbian families. Excellent summary and analysis of issues and progress.

 

Brill, S. The Queer Parents’ Primer: A Lesbian and Gay Families’ Guide to Navigating the Straight World.New Harbinger Publications; 2001.

 

Clunis DM. The Lesbian Parenting Book; A Guide to Creating Families and Raising Children. Seal Feminist Publications; 1995.

 

Drucker J. Families of Value: Gay and Lesbian Parents and Their Children Speak Out. Persens Press; 1998.

 

Glazer DF, Drescher J.Gay and Lesbian Parenting. Haworth Press; 2001.

 

Green J. The Velveteen Father.Ballantine; 1999. A poignant and heart-warming account of the journey to fatherhood.

 

Howey N. Out of the Ordinary: Essay on Growing up with Gay, Lesbian and Transgender Parents. St. Martin’s Press; 2000.

 

Martin A. The Lesbian and Gay Parenting Handbook: Creating and Raising Our Families. HarperCollins Press; 1993. A practical guide to many common dilemmas.

 

O’Connor E, Johnson SM.For Lesbian Parents. Guilford Press; 2000.

 

Rafkin L. Different Mothers: Sons and Daughters of Lesbians Talk about Their Lives. Cleis Press; 1990. Short essays by teenagers and adults.

 

Rizzo C. All the Ways Home: Parenting and Children in the Lesbian and Gay Communities. New Victoria Publishers; 1995. A collection of short fiction.

 

Additional Recommended Nonfiction Books

 

Boykin K. One More River to Cross: Black and Gay in America. 1996.

 

Brown M, Rounsley CA.Understanding Transexualism—For Families, Friends, Coworkers, and Helping Professionals. Jossey-Bass Publishers; 1996.

 

Casper V, Schultz SB.Gay Parents, Straight Schools: Building Communication and Trust. 1999.

 

Coll CG, Surrey JL, Weingarten K. Mothering Against the Odds: Diverse Voices of Contemporary Mothers. Guilford Press, 1998. Essays on mothering, including lesbian, single, and adoptive mothers.

 

Ettner R. Gender Loving Care.WW Norton Co.; 1999. Harbeck K, editor. Coming Out of the Classroom Closet. Haworth Press, 1992.

 

Hutchings L, Kaahumanu L. Bi Any Other Name: Bisexual People Speak Out. 1991.

 

Israel GE, Tarver DE.Transgender Care: Recommended Guidelines, Practical Information, and Personal Accounts. Temple University Press; 1997.

 

Lipkin A. Understanding Homosexuality, Changing Schools. 2001.

 

Lobenstine G. Children, Lesbians, and Men: Men as Known and Anonymous Sperm Donors. Alternative Families Project, 442 Warren Wright Road, Belchertown, MA 01007, 1994.

 

Perrin EC. Sexual Orientation in Child and Adolescent Health Care. New York: Kluwer-Plenum, 2002.

 

Rothblum ED, Bond LA.Preventing Heterosexism and Homophobia. Sage; 1996.

 

Ryan C, Futterman D. Lesbian and Gay Youth: Care and  Counseling. New York: Columbia University Press, 1998.

 

Sears J, Williams W.Overcoming Heterosexism and Homophobia. 1997.

Vercollone CF, Moss H, Moss R. Helping the Stork: The Choices and Challenges of Donor Insemination. MacMillan, New York; 1997.

 

Professional Articles and Presentations by LAGCAPA Members

 

 

Using Film to Teach about GLBT Issues, Dr. Edgardo Menvielle, American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry meeting, 2009. 

Click here to view the presentaion. Click again to view the list of films. 

 

 

List of Films and Videos compiled by Edgardo Menvielle, M.D., 2009

 

Feature Films-TV/Youth

 

    Child Themes

  • Beautiful people (U.K.), a television series, 2009. BBC
  • Billy Elliott (U.K.), a film by Stephen Daldry, 2000. Universal Studios.
  • C.R.A.Z.Y. (Canada- French),a film by Jean-Marc Valle, 2006, Cirrus Communications.
  • Ma Vie en Rose (My Life in Pink) (France), a film by Alain Berliner, 1997. Sony Picture Classics.
  • Ready? O.K.!, a film by James Vazquez, 2008. Wolfe Video
  • The Dress Code, a film by Shirley McLaine, 2000. J&M Entertainment, Original Voices Inc
  • The Sissy Duckling, a Harvey Fierstein film, 1999. HBO (not commercially available).

 

    Adolescent/Coming of Age/Coming out Themes

  • Beautiful Thing (U.K.), a film by Hettie McDonald, 1996. Sony Pictures.
  • C.R.A.Z.Y. (Canada- French), a film by Jean-Marc Valle, 2006. Cirrus Communications.

          Get Real, a film by Simon Shore, 1999. Paramount.

      Girl's View - A Collection of Lesbian Themed Short Films by various directors, 2007. Alluvial Filmworks.

  • Girl's View 2 - A Collection of Lesbian Themed Short Films by various directors, 2009. Alluvial Filmworks.
  • Prayers for Bobby, a film by Russell Mulcahy, 2009. Lifetime Television (available on ITunes)
  • Shelter, a film by Jonah Markowitz, 2007. Ryko Liberation.
  • Summer Storm (Germany), a film by Marco Kreutzpaintner, 2004. Liberation Ent.
  • The Incredible True Adventures of 2 Girls in Love,
  • Trevor,a film by Peggy Rajski, 1994. Water Bearer Films.
  • XXY (Argentina), a film by Luca Puenzo, 2007. Film Movement.
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Documentary Films/Youth

 

     Coming out /Growing up

  • De Colores (English and Spanish), a film by Peter Barbosa and Garrett Lenoir, 2001.
  • From a Secret Place: America's Families Cope with the Coming Out Process of Gay and Lesbian Youth,

      Produced and Directed by Karin Heller and Bill Domonkos, 1993.

        New York: Guildford Publications, Inc.

  • Growing Up Gay and Lesbian: Questions and Answers, a film by Brian McNaught, 1993. Motivational Media.
  • HomoTeens, a film by Joan Jubela, Frameline Films, 1994. Frameline.
  • Red without Blue, a film by Brooke Sebold, Todd Sills and Benita Sills, 2007.
  • The Blossoming of Maximo Oliveros (Philippines), 2005.
  • TransGeneration, a film by Jeremy Simmons, 2006. Sundance Channel Home Entertainment: Documentary Collection.
  • When A Kid Is Gay, teeneducational video grade 7+, 2000. WGBH Boston.

 

     Families

  • Both of My Moms’ Names Are Judy, a film by Lesbian and Gay Parents’ Association, 1994.
  • Daddy and Papa, a film by Johnny Symons, 2002. Independent Television Service (ITVS).
  • We are Dad, a film by Michel Horvat, 2005.
  • No Dumb Questions: Uncle Bill is Becoming a Woman, a film by Melissa Regan, 2001. New Day Films.
  • That’s a Family, a film by Debra Chasnoff. Women's Educational Media.
  • All of Us are Family-documentary of 4th International meeting of Families for Sexual Diversity, Santiago de Chile, a film by Marcos
  • Davalos, click here

 

     Gender Transitioning/Transgender Issues

  • Red without Blue, a film by Brooke Sebold, Todd Sills and Benita Sills, 2007.
  • TransGeneration, a film by Jeremy Simmons, 2006. Sundance Channel Home Entertainment: Documentary Collection

 

     Religion

  • For the Bible Tells Me So, a film by Daniel Karlslake, 2007/2008.
  • Through My Eyes, a film by Justin Lee, 2009.

 

     Teaching and Advocacy

  • It's Elementary, a film by Debra Chasnoff, 1996. Women's Educational Media.
  • Scout's Honor,a film by Tom Shepard, 2001. Independent Television Service (ITVS).

 

     Teen Suicide

  • Jim in Bold: 8000 Miles Through a Boy's Soul, a film by Glenn Holsten, 2003. Equality Forum.

 

     Violence/Bullying

  • Bullied to Death, , Investigative Reports , A&E Home Video.
  • Let’s get Real, a film by Debra Chasnoff. Women's Educational Media.
  • The Laramie Project, a film by Moiss Kauffman, 2002. HBO Home Video.

 

     What is Gender?

  • Middle Sexes: Redefining He and She, a film by Antony Thomas, 2005. HBO.
  • Sex: Unknown: Explore the Fateful Consequences of Gender Reassignment, Produced by Andrew Cohen and Stephen Sweigart, 2001.

      WGBH Boston: NOVA.

  • Straightlaced: How Gender Has Us All Tied Up, a film by Debra Chasnoff, 2009. Groundspark Films.
  • Feature Films-TV/Adult

 

    Lesbian

  • Aimee and Jaguar (Germany), a film by Max Frberbck, 1999. Zeitgeist Films.
  • Antonia’s Line (Nethelands), a film by Marlee Gorris, 1995. First Look Pictures.
  • Better than Chocolate, a film by Anne Wheeler, 1999. Lions Gate.
  • Can't Think Straight, a film by Shamin Sarif, 2007. 101 Distribution.
  • Chutney Popcorn, a film by Nisha Ganatra, 1999. Wolfe Video.
  • Desert Hearts, a film by Donna Deitch, 1985. Wolfe Video.
  • Exes and Ohs - The Complete First Season, a TV series directed by Gary Harvey and Lee Friedlander, 2008. MTV
  • Go Fish, a film by Rose Troche, 1994. MGM (Video & DVD).
  • High Art. A film by Lisa Cholodenko, 1998. Universal Studios.
  • If These Walls Could Talk 2, a film by Anne Heche and Jane Anderson, 2000. HBO Home Video.
  • Imagine Me and You, a film by Ol Parker, 2005. 20th Century Fox
  • I’ve Heard the Mermaids Singing, a film by Patricia Rozema, 1987. Miramax Home Entertainment.
  • Loving Anabelle, a film by Katherine Brooks, 2006. Wolfe Video.
  • Lost and Delirious, a film by La Pool, 2001. Lions Gate.
  • Making Maya, a film by Rolla Selbak, 2003. Zahra Pictures.
  • My Summer of Love, a film by Pavel Pawilkowski, 2004. Universal Studios
  • Out at the Wedding, a film by Lee Friedlander, 2006. MTV.
  • Saving Face, a film by Alice Wu, 2004. Sony Pictures.
  • South of Nowhere, a TV series (3 seasons). The N.
  • The L Word, a TV series (four seasons, various director), 2008- 2009. Showtime/Paramount.
  • The Gymnast, a film by Ned Farr, 2007. Wolfe Video.
  • The New World (France), a film by Etienne Dhaene, 2006. Casque Dor Film
  • The Secrets, a film by Avi Nesher, 2007. Monterrey Video.
  • When Night is Falling, a film by Patricia Rozema, 1995. Wolfe Video.
  • World Unseen, a film by Shamin Sarif, 2007. 101 Distribution.

 

    Gay Male

  • Bad Education, a film by Pedro Almodvar. Sony Pictures.
  • Before Night Falls, a film by Julian Schnabel, 2000. New Line Home Video.
  • Brokeback Mountain, a film by Ang Lee, 2005. Alberta film Entertainment.
  • Brother to Brother is a film by Rodney Evans 2004. Wolfe Video.
  • Dona Herlinda and Her Son (Mexico), a film by Jaime Humberto Hermosillo, 1986. Strand Home Video.
  • Far from Heaven, a film by Todd Haynes, 2002. Universal Studios.
  • Just a Question of Love (France), a film by Christian Faur, 2000. Picture This Studio.
  • Km. 0 (Spain), a film by Yolanda Garca Serrano and Juan Luis Iborra, 2000. TLA Releasing
  • Latter Days, a film by C. J. Cox, 2003. Funny Boy Films.
  • Longtime Companion, a film by Norman Ren, 1990. MGM (Video & DVD).
  • Making Love, a film by Arthur Hiller, 1982. 20th Century Fox.
  • Mulligans(Canada), a film by Chip Hale, 2008. Wolfe Video.
  • Queer as Folk (U.S.), a TV series (four seasons, various directors), 2007. Showtime Networks.
  • Queer as Folk (U.K.), a TV series (two series, various directors), 2001. C1TV.
  • Save Me, a film by Robert Cary, 2007. First Run Features.
  • Strawberry and Chocolate (Cuba), a film by Juan Carlos Tabo & Toms Gutirrez Alea, 1995. Walt Disney Video.
  • The Wedding Banquet, a film by Ang Lee, 1993. MGM.
  • Tongues Untied, a film by Marlon Riggs, 1991.  Strand Releasing.
  • Torch Song Trilogy, a film by Paul Bogart, 1998. New Line Home Video.
  • Trick, a film by Jim Fall, 1999. New Line Home Video.
  • We're All Angels, a film by Robert Nunez, 2007. Centaur Entertainment.
  • Yossi & Jagger (Israel), a film by Eytan Fox, 2002. Strand Home Video.

 

    Trans

  • Another Woman (France), a film by Jerome Foulon, 2004, Casque D’Or Film.
  • Boys Don't Cry, a film by Kimberly Peirce, 1999. Fox Searchlight Pictures.
  • Different from Girls (U.K.), a film by Richard Spence, 1996. X Pictures.
  • Hedwig and the Angry Inch, a film by John Cameron Mitchell, 2001. New Line Home Video.
  • Normal, a film by Jane Anderson, 2003. HBO Films.
  • Soldier's Girl, a film by Frank Pierson, 2004. Showtime Entertainment.
  • The Wedding Banquet, a film by Ang Lee, 1993. MGM.
  • Transamerica, a film by Duncan Tucker, 2006. Belladonna Productions.

 

    Drag Entertainers/Transformists

  • The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, a film by Stephan Elliott, 1994. MGM.
  • To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar, a film by Beeban Kidron, 1995, Universal Studios.

 

 

Documentary Films/Adults

 

     Lesbian and Gay

  • After Stonewall, a film by John Scagliotti, 1999. First Run Features.
  • Before Stonewall: The Making of a Gay and Lesbian Community, a film by John Scagliotti,

      Greta Schiller & Robert Rosemberg, 1985. 

      First Run Features.

  • Breaking The Surface: The Greg Louganis Story, a film by Steven Hilliard Stern, 1997. Green/Epstein Productions.
  • Dangerous Living: Coming Out in the Developing World, a film by John Scagliotti, 2003. First Run Features.
  • Fabulous! The Story of Queer Cinema, a film by Lisa Ades and Lesli Klainberg, 2006. Wolfe Video.
  • Living with Pride: Ruth Ellis @ 100, a film by Yvonne Welbon, 1999.
  • Paris is Burning, a film by Jennie Livingston, 1991. Miramax Films.
  • The Celluloid Closet, a film by Jeffrey Friedman and Rob Epstein, 1996. Sony Pictures.
  • Trembling Before G-d (Israel), a film by Sandi Simcha Dubowski, 2003. New Yorker Video.
  • When I Knew, a HBO film, 2008.

 

    Trans

  • Paris is Burning, a film by Jennie Livingston, 1991. Miramax Films.
  • Southern Comfort, a film by Kate Davis, 2003. New Video Group.
  • You Don’t Know Dick: Courageous Hearts of Transsexual Men.

      A film by Candace Schermerhorn & Bestor Cram, Berkeley Media LLC, 1997.

  • The Brandon Teena Story, a film by Susan Muska and Greta Olafsdottir, 1998. Docurama.
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