Labels are overrated: Exploring Queer, fluidity and gender expression

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“Labels are overrated” examines the perspectives and experiences of the Queer community on the concept of “no label”, exploring sexual fluidity, gender expression and sexual freedom.

This mini documentary, produced and directed by Shontai Barnett, deconstructs negative stereotypes and stigmas surrounding fluidity, increasing understanding of the complexities of gender and sexuality in contemporary society.

Featured image by Shontai Barnett

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