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Never Tell Anyone About This

Country: Russia, Language: Russian, 38 mins

  • Director: Kate Sedlyarova

CGiii Comment

As a film, it's a little bit rough around the edges...but, quite possibly, the most engaging and educational [wee] documentary of the year.

Watch and learn...intersex is not trans.

No-one is immune to support [& education]...we all need to support and educate!


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The(ir) Blurb...

Lera and Kostya have long been told never to reveal anything about themselves, so they appear ‘normal’ and escape rejection by the wider society. They are intersex, but information available on LGBT+ people in Russia is limited. They decide to tell the world about themselves, that intersex people exist, and that there are millions just like them.