We Exist: Beyond the Gender Binary

October 2, 2019

What if the world told you that you do not exist? For many gender non-confirming individuals this is the reality. The impact of that reality is both personal and global: invisibility, silencing, systemic discrimination and exclusion, and the denial of the most fundamental human right–the legal right to exist. Despite these extraordinarily rigid conditions, personal determination and social agency prevail.

We Exist: Beyond the Binary is one of the first films to document this growing community living life “beyond the binary” construct of gender. ‘We Exist’ offers a first-hand account of what it is like to exist other than male or female while living within the confines of a world that is slow to catch up.

Panelists:

Avery Belenos
Biochemistry and Science Policy ’22
Chatham University 

Sunshine Orta
MPAS Physician Assistant program, ’20
Chatham University

Ciora Thomas
Executive Director
SisTersPGH 

Olivia Tucker
Program Coordinator and Executive Assistant to Rabbi Sharyn Henry
Rodef Shalom Congregation 

Moderator:
Jen Morse, Ph.D.
Associate Professor and Director, Counseling and Wellness
Chatham University

This film co-sponsored by The WELL Project.

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