Film: Man Made
Thursday, March 4 · 11:00pm - Friday, March 5 · 1:00am
|Registration||Register to attend|
|Event type||Film Screening|
This feature-length documentary traces the varied lives of four transgender men as they prepare to step on stage at the only all-trans bodybuilding competition in the world. Learn more about the film at http://manmadedoc.com. Register above to receive your Zoom link.
- Footage of someone undergoing a masectomy / top surgery in the operating room, including open wounds
- Scars from top surgery
- Religiously-motivated transphobic / homophobic protest
- Suicidal ideation and attempt
- Transphobia [internalized, misgendering, exclusion, outing, rejection from family, religiously-motivated, violence up to and including death]
- Homophobic violence
- Restricted eating / dieting
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