LGBT History MonthFull Calendar
1st February 2017
Katie is a nurse on a children's ward and a practising Christian in the Roman Catholic Church. She is also gay. She talks honestly and movingly about how she struggled to reconcile her faith with her feelings, and about the welcome she eventually found in the church community.
A film by Adam Tyler.
Nominated in the Learning - Secondary category of the BAFTA Children's Awards 2016.
Nature Vs Nurture
A psychologist discusses whether homosexuality is something you're born with or something that it is socially conditioned. He covers the idea of a "gay gene" and the history of homosexuality. The film also features interviews with members of the public regarding their views on the topic.
Gay & Married
Keeping up appearances: a South Asian Muslim talks about the trauma of realising he was gay in a community that rejected homosexuality. Coerced into marriage, he went on to have a child but the relationship eventually broke down. He now helps other young men come to terms with their sexuality and their faith.
The Trouble With Being Gay
A young Pakistani Muslim talks about the consequences of coming out at an early age. Always conscious of his differences, he describes being a victim of bullying at school. Admitting he was gay estranged him from his family and his community. He regrets having come out so soon.
Coming Out Young: Finding My Way
The story of a young girl's realisation that she was a lesbian, and the way she broke the news to her family. She believes young people shouldn't be afraid to come out, and discusses the differences between older and younger generations' attitudes to homosexuality.
My Two Mums
The daughter of a lesbian couple talks about what it's like growing up with two mothers. She says that having an LGBT family teaches you to be more open-minded. Although she is engaged to a man, she says she's open to the possibility that she could one day fall in love with a woman.