“Visible Silence” Thailand ไทย Toms and the woman who love them

Why would planetransgender cover a lesbian themed movie? Because its all about gender diversity in expression and identity. As trans people many of us also live in Visible silence. We can relate to this. Even if you can’t afford to contribute, know that you can help by spreading the word on social media.

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“Visible Silence: Thai Tomboys and the Ladies Who Love Them” is a documentary film sharing the stories of Thai lesbians striving for visibility, authenticity, and acceptance in a highly traditional society.
Thai activists need the film to support a historic LGBTQ Civil Union bill imminently going before Thai parliament.
Award-winning filmmaker Ruth Gumnit, and her binational (Thai-U.S.) team are poised to support this effort, and are rushing to finish the film.
With support from the Horizons Foundation, Frameline Completion Fund and Astraea Lesbian Foundation For Justice, they are within weeks of completion.
Can you come on board?
Can you ask three friends to join you?
Watch the trailer to see for yourself the critical work this film can do for global human rights.
Your tax deductible donation will go directly to the editing, music and other work necessary to complete the film.
Secured Premieres:
2/2014 Bangkok TH
6/2014 San Francisco Int’l LGBT Film Fest.
Rally Name: Visible Silence Film
Number of supporters: 63
Rally Leader: Marea Media

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