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SEE ME AS I AM

Film and Campaign

UnAids recognized that transgender children are most vulnerable and creating a safe enabling environment requires a tool that can be used to sensitize primary caregivers.

The Mirror is the first film that has addressed the issue of gender identity among children. Most films address adults. This film broke the silence about LGBTIQ children. Acceptance and inclusion begins at home and the film brought these conversations to households. 

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Tea Uglow, described the film as brazen. “Ultimately it is a fairy tale and we know it is a fairy tale and yet you wonder, what is really stopping this from being perfectly fine?” As a transgender woman based in Australia she wishes families would react just like this. What also struck her about the movie is that it has no negative emotional tones. No rage, no fear. “No one has any reason to fear a trans child… yet we are told to, again and again.”

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