“Man, we gotta stop bitchin’ about this and start BITCHIN’ about this!”
Katrina’s Team Pick: Something cool, but even cooler if you’re in Washington, DC.
Maybe you’ve heard about the McCarthy-era Red Scare. But how about The Lavender Scare, “a vicious and vehement purge of homosexuals which lasted longer and ruined many more lives”?
These documentaries will remind you why you’re mad as hell and uninterested in taking it anymore.
As both the subject and filmmaker of the documentary ‘She’s A Boy l Knew,’ Gwen Haworth takes gender expression to a whole new level.
Katrina’s Team Pick: “The conversation about student debt is a conversation that everyone who’s in school should be having.”
“You just know when they don’t want you there.”
Since 1963, Jerry Gretzinger has been imagining and re-imagining an imaginary map. It’s currently over 1,600 square feet, and this mini-documentary on it is awesome.
Highlights of this summer’s festivals include Jill Bennett & Cathy DeBuono’s ‘We Have to Stop Now,’ Chely Wright’s coming out story, “Show Me Love meets 500 Days of Summer” and ‘Codependent Lesbian Space Alien Seeks Same.’
You need more Le Tigre in your life. We’re here to help.
Better than flowers.
This is what you’re going to be doing tonight.
The incredibly true story of a girl in love with Netflix instant who watched 4 GLBTQ-related documentaries and one about politics and hip-hop and would like to share her experience with you.
“Nothing I’ve seen since “The Runaways” has made me want to run home and pick up a guitar more, and this feeling was cemented when my friend and I got up to leave and ran smack into Joan Jett.”
If we ran The Oscars, there’d be a lot more documentaries, Harry Potter, Runaways and ladies…
These documentaries will teach you more about the American Public Education System than the American Public Education System will teach you about calculus, or something.
Shakedown is a documentary about black lesbian strippers in LA, and it needs your help.
This is an important movie you have to see.
Autostraddle has a serious soft spot for documentaries, and we want to give you the same. Here’s the official Autostraddle list of the documentary films everyone should see before they die.
“My principal concern when crafting Fish out of Water was that love and humanity sparkled through the muddled mess of human interpretation” – Intern Elizabeth talks with the people behind the new documentary “Fish out of Water” about LGBT faith, the church, Kaki King, Fred Phelps, Wal-Mart and how you can see the film yourself!
We lock ourselves up with a bunch of documentaries about religion and homosexuality, including For the Bible Tells Me So, Deliver Us From Evil, Tying the Knot, Religulous and Trembling Before G-d.