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Your Mom’s A Lesbian, Here’s Your Lunch, Have A Good Day at School

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Humorous, tender, and generous in spirit, this affectionate biography of Janie Spahr and her family is laid out against the background of our deep cultural prejudices. It proves that acceptance and love trump alienation and intolerance any day.

Duration : 27 min.

Release Date : 1996

 

 

 

Description

This honest portrait of a family’s journey of acceptance and love will deepen anyone’s understanding of homosexuality. We watch the Reverend Jane Adams Spahr gradually come to embrace a part of herself that she had disowned for years. We hear from her twin sister, her parents, her husband and her children; and we witness their struggle as the reality of her homosexuality and its implications begins to dawn on them.

Awards
Silver Apple Award – National Educational Media Network

Broadcasts
PBS stations

Using this film

Your Mom’s a Lesbian is part of our Family Values? series–three films offering transformative resources for healing and reconciliation in our relationships with gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people. Additional resources are available at the following websites:

ASTRAEA

Children of Lesbians and Gays Everywhere

Equality Federation

Hartford Institute for Religion Research

Human Rights Campaign

National Gay and Lesbian Task Force

Religious Tolerance.Org

That All May Freely Serve

Additional information

Weight .25 lbs
Dimensions 5.25 x .5 x 7.5 in
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Your Mom’s A Lesbian, Here’s Your Lunch, Have A Good Day at School

3 reviews for Your Mom’s A Lesbian, Here’s Your Lunch, Have A Good Day at School

  1. 5 out of 5

    “This video is about one woman’s courage in admitting her homosexuality to herself and her family. The film follows their journey toward understanding, acceptance and a shared commitment to changing a society that denies so many people freedom to live in harmony with their deepest natures. It crystallizes what is intuitive: The expression of love–honored in whatever form it takes–has the power to uplift everyone.”

    – Water on Stone: Women’s Ways to Global Change

  2. 5 out of 5

    “Highly recommended.”
    – Library Journal

  3. 5 out of 5

    “Those who consider ‘family values’ the exclusive ownership of a traditional combo may find their hearts tugged and their prejudices yanked by the story of this irregular family.”

    Susan Swartz
    The Press Democrat
    Santa Rosa, CA

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