Loving our children for who they are is the most precious gift we can give them. This short film captures that gift with all of its angst and all of its beauty.
Confronting opposition at home when we come out on the LGBTQ spectrum can be tense and unhappy. This is especially true with children and teens who still live with conservative family at home. It can also feel incredibly unsafe. Boy Erased faces this complex issue. The interview referenced below is a great read. The interview is with Gerrard Conley who wrote Boy Erased: A Memoir, based on his own experience. Joel Edgerton, director of Boy Erased, participates as well. Take a look!
Jeff Levy does a terrific job of profiling a client and client's wife who find themselves caught in this difficulty. He captures the emotional turmoil of both parties in the marriage. Finally, we are able to see one of an infinite number of ways such issues may be addressed and resolved.