NEW WEB SERIES

“Writing Our Own Dictionary”

Hear first-hand from LGBTQ+ people about what their various labels and identities mean to them, in their everyday lives. Join us for the four-part web series, “Writing Our Own Dictionary.” All episodes available to view NOW!

WATCH THE TRAILER

“Writing Our Own Dictionary”

Take a look at the trailer for our brand new web series, “Writing Our Own Dictionary.” Put everything you think you know about labels aside and join us for a four-part journey through the LGBTQ+ dictionary.

EPISODE ONE

Non-Binary People Describe their Gender Journeys!

Nonbinary, or enby: the gender identity for when you don’t feel like you fit into society’s traditional idea of the binary “man/woman” gender setup. Hear from IRL non-binary folks about their personal gender stories, where they are today, and maybe where they’re going.

EPISODE TWO

What Being Trans Means!

Being trans looks a little different to every trans person: how do you present your gender, what pronouns will you use, how will you identify? We chatted with some trans folks IRL to learn how each trans journey is uniquely amazing.

EPISODE THREE

Let’s Define Bisexuality and Pansexuality!

Bisexuality and pansexuality: what’s the difference? These two sexual orientations have some similarities that can be a little confusing, so we turned to some IRL bi and pan people to explain what these terms mean to them in their everyday lives and relationships.

EPISODE FOUR

How Do You Present to the World?

How do you show yourself to the world? The journey to gender presentation is just that — a journey. It doesn’t have to be finalized overnight…or at all. We spoke to some different LGBTQ+ people about how they express themselves and play with their gender presentation.

Bonus Materials

EDUGUIDE: “WRITING OUT OWN DICTIONARY”

How Do You Define Your Identity?

Watch Writing Our Own Dictionary, then dive into the official EduGuide. Our guide walks you through each episode in the series, asking you to think critically about the stories you watch. It’s intended for young adults (YA) ages 14+, or those already in late middle or high school, but it can be adapted for younger and older audiences as needed.