Today we’re going to talk to Nicholas Deroose, who now lives in Singapore.
In this episode, Phil and Alex discuss these stories and the issues surrounding the safety and livelihood of LGBTQ people
We caught up with Justin Adkins, who shared his original story with us 11 years ago.
Substance abuse and addiction do not discriminate.
As LGBTQ+ people, we’ve long sought equality, representation and inclusion in the broader community.
Ten years ago, Carl Reddish shared his coming out story with us.
Most people care about how they present themselves to the world.
Back in 2014, I’m From Driftwood sat down with Keith Levy, the creative genius behind drag queen extraordinaire, Sherry Vine, where he told us about his reluctant entrée into drag and the benefits he reaped once he dived into it full-throttle.
Did the inkling that you might be queer start with a crush you had at childhood?
In this episode, we hear from Founder and Executive Director Nathan Manske and Program Director, Damien Mittlefehldt, who give us a bit of history about the organization, their personal motivation, their hopes for the future, and the stories they find particularly meaningful.
“Increase the visibility of all the diversity within our community.”
When we filmed Mila Jam five over five years ago, she told us the story of how her transition allowed her artistic voice to flourish. We recently caught up with Mila to discuss her career, the state of trans rights, and the importance of channeling art into change.
Eight years ago, we filmed Stephen Winter, a Chicago-born filmmaker who shared a story with us about identity and navigating life in a country breaming with institutionalized and overt racism. We recently caught up with him to talk about what’s changed, what hasn’t, and whether he has hope for the future generations.
Being gay was worse than being a murderer and a fate worthy of death.
I am trying to conquer anxiety and mental illness.
“I am a lot happier now that I’ve done this work.”