COMING OUT – Award Winning Short Film

Two best friends, Lukas and Chris, have trouble expressing, their feelings about each other. Shut in by their insecurities, they both seek advice from the person they’d least expect.

Winner of the SRVUSD Student Recognition Project

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  1. If you enjoy videos, stories and books about ghosts, you might be interested in reading the Jordan Dare trilogy of novels by CAMERON DECESSNA, whose works include Jordan Dare and the Kidnapped Ghost, Jordan Dare and the Tolchester Ghost and Jordan Dare and the Captive Spirit. These three novels feature a gay protagonist who, since the age of thirteen, has been able to see and speak with recently departed or murdered gay men and teens that, for some reason are unable to “move on”. His ability leads to one adventure after another as he helps to solve murders, right wrongs and help the deceased settle their earthly affairs. Even though Jordan is gay, the books contain no graphic sexual content. His preference does affect how he deals with the gay spirits sent to him by some unknown entity. By the end of the third book, Jordan learns more about his mentor and discovers an alternate world in which he has a greater destiny to fulfill, thus setting the stage for other Jordan Dare novels. These books are available from Amazon/Kindle Books. Search for Jordan Dare or Cameron DeCessna. DeCessna’s works are very unusual, humorous and unique. He has also just released another more sexually explicit novel, Clay Parker: Growing Up Gay in 1953. It’s the story of a fourteen-year-old boy confused by his feelings, thoughts and dreams as he reaches adolescence and finds his sexual interests are for other teenaged boys. But it's 1953, a time of conservatism and rigid family and moral values. To top off Clay's problems, he's an orphan forced to live with an abusive aunt and uncle who openly show their distaste for the lad who was severely burned when a house fire killed his mother, father and younger brother. They would be the last persons he could turn to, to help him cope with his alien feelings. This is the story of Clay's troubles, trials and final triumph as he strives to find a family who will love him after he is forced to run away from home after a severe beating by his drunken uncle. The book contains graphic sexual descriptions that may not be suitable for children under 12, although it would be highly recommended reading for gay teens to raise their awareness of the struggles of adolescent gay boys in earlier times. While the Jordan Dare series is written for all readers, 12 and up, and has no adult-only content, some of DeCessna's works are more suitable for adult readers. This novel, Clay Parker: Growing up Gay in 1953, is the first of several gay, coming-of-age stories the author plans to release in late 2018 and 2019. DeCessna, born in 1951, writes from personal experience and vividly captures the difficulties faced by gay adolescents during those times. Look for Cameron DeCessna’s books and visit his author’s page at Amazon/Kindle Publishing.

  2. Feeling the need to cut is no way to show you your solution to the problem, perhaps talking to someone just like on the short film Trevor project or Matthew Shepard texting one that is a total stranger and no identity needs to be given. If you do have a fear of being homeless remember reach out to your friends other family, neighbor, worst case scenario find shelters that are for youth groups, get a social worker from your county, if mentally challenged call the mental health in your county, or seek emergency care final option if no one takes you in. I know it seems not someone you may want but at least you be safe. You tell them you feel your in danger and don’t feel safe. Their put you in a unit we’re their will be people with extremely mentally challenged people at that time you will have time to think about your strategies and talk to the stuff about getting you transitional housing or if you find temporary housing just keep finding low income housings in your area. If you need help have a social worker in your county help you or a Librarian they may just have all the important crucial information you need to get ahead also look for lgbt 🏳️‍🌈 housing or support.

  3. It's hard for me to take these types of films seriously when they always make one of the closeted kids a cutter. Most people do not cut themselves and the fact that so many of these films turn these gay kids into cutters is just very unrealistic.

  4. Praise be to Jesus Christ.
    LGBT is a devil’s organisation – at first glance looking nice, but really created to destroy humanity. Love is the best thing in the world. It is a right for all and a duty for those who follow Jesus Christ. But with sexuality is completely different. Sexuality (created by God for having children not for pleasure in itself) is allowed only for married men and women. And only married in the Catholic Church and swearing in front of God. All other forms of sexuality are mortal sins and can cost people their souls. Of course, this is allowed by governments, but they do not work for Jesus Christ, but for devil. By the way in „The Book of Truth” Jesus Christ said, that God will never accept marriages of the same gender people even if they will be performed in His Church. Did you know that satan can whisper thoughts into your mind? You have the feeling these are your thoughts, but it's only temptation. So is also with LGBT. Look independently for the truth. Don’t listen to your enemies pretending your best friends.
    Stay with God in The Holy Trinity and Mary Mother of Salvation.

  5. Endurance medal for anyone who managed to suffer the dreadful acting and dialogue for longer than the first minute.Unforgivably unwatchable – gays deserve better.

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