excerpts of interviews you will see in the film

These are rough cut excerpts of a few interviews to give you an idea of the types of topics that will be covered in this documentary.

Dr. Kristina Olson of the University of Washington TransYouth Project - a longitudinal study focusing on socially supported transgender kids. In this excerpt Dr. Olson talks about results of both explicit and implicit measures of gender in transgender kids. 

Washington State Representative Laurie Jinkins - on the detrimental effects of the proposed discriminatory anti-transgender laws in Washington State.

Washington State Lieutenant Governor Cyrus Habib - on the essence of civil rights and civil liberties and why transgender people's civil rights will be upheld, as will the civil rights of all individuals in our society. 

United States Congresswoman Suzan DelBene - on the Equality Act, civil rights, and the harm that discriminatory anti-transgender legislation would do to Washington State, as well as the nation. 

Washington State Senator Joe Fain - on fear and a lack of understanding being the main motivators for anti-transgender legislation and how we can overcome both the fear and the lack of understanding. 

Dr. Kristina Olson of the University of Washington TransYouth Project - on gender development in young kids and the frequent confusion by the general public between gender and sexual orientation.                                                                                

Asaf Orr, NCLR's Transgender Youth Project Staff Attorney - on the validity of discriminatory "bathroom laws" and the reality of how our society accesses public bathrooms.

Dr. Johanna Olson-Kennedy, Medical Director, Center for Transyouth Health and Development, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles - on the importance of parental support and acceptance and the damage and trauma that is caused when parents don't support their transgender kids.

Aidan Key - on discriminating against transgender people for being born with a body type that is different from other people's of the same gender.