If you are like me, you may have seen multiple films/videos about someone else's transition and perhaps found them as interesting as they were disappointing because there was just too much about the person(s) story that you could not relate to for various reasons.
I happened to run across a film the other day that not only captured and held my interest throughout the entire film (it's about an hour long) but was also a compelling story that I could relate to my own life and my own story on many levels.
After seeing the film and experiencing the impact it had on me, I thought that perhaps there are some among you who would enjoy it, if not benefit from it, as much as I did. I think there are many of us who will be able to relate to the filmmakers (Gwen Haworth's) story - and perhaps will come away with some new insight into their own lives or something else that they would find valuable, as I have.
If your experience is anything like mine - you will experience a full range of emotions - from laughter to sadness as the people in Gwen's life, and Gwen herself, share their thoughts and experiences surrounding her transition. It's really a well done film and the animated sections are a hoot!
The film is titled: she's a boy i knew
You can find it posted under the videos section here on PE.
I would be interested to hear from anyone after they watch the film, about your thoughts, how it impacted you and what you got out of it (if anything).