It’s so important to tell gay, lesbian, transgender, bi-sexual and overall diverse stories and tell them in a real and honest way. The word “queer” can be a very polarizing term. To some it’s a term of hate and oppression, while to others, who are, “taking it back,” it’s an all-encompassing term for a community of people who know humans don’t all have to fit into gender norms, sexuality stereotypes or even “traditional” body identities. For too long has “queer” been looked upon as something different and therefore “bad.” When instead it should be celebrated. The God Made Man team supports the LGBTQIA+ community: gay, lesbian, trans, bi, queer, questioning, intersex, asexual and even allies. So raise that rainbow flag and tell your stories.
God Made Man is about a transgender man, a gay drag queen, and a bi-sexual, “masker”-like lawyer. The story also holds a series of other unique individuals: lesbians, gender neutrals, drag queens and more. We as filmmakers had a duty to make sure these characters were represented truthfully and not in a stereotypical, or stereo-negative fashion. We did our research and hope it will show in the story of these lovely humans.
Our entire filmmaking team was made up of everything from gay men, lesbians, transgender, cisgender, gender-neutrals, non-binary, heterosexuals and more! We all worked together and we all respect and love each other. And we hope you will enjoy our film regardless of your gender or sexual orientation.← BackNext →