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What if the world told you that you do not exist? For many gender non-confirming individuals this is the reality. The impact of that reality is both personal and global: invisibility, silencing, systemic discrimination and exclusion, and the denial of the most fundamental human right–the legal right to exist. Despite these extraordinarily rigid conditions, personal determination and social agency prevail.

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Learn more about this positive, empowering film.

‘We Exist: Beyond the Binary’ is one of the first films to document this growing community living life “beyond the binary” construct of gender. ‘We Exist’ offers a first-hand account of what it is like to exist other than male or female while living within the confines of a world that is slow to catch up.

The narrative intimately follows the life of Lauren: a person in their mid-twenties who identifies as gender neutral. Lauren’s story chronicles their life across multiple continents capturing the emotional, physical, and mental changes and obstacles Lauren must face just to be. From leaving a promising basketball career to a near-death experience in the depths of the rainforest, Lauren’s journey is transformative and unique yet parallels the tale of so many around the world.

‘We Exist: Beyond the Binary’ is not a film about oppression and obscurity but a film of progress and truth. Lauren’s story (along with others like Lauren) is not simply one of finding and defining one’s gender identity; it is an celebration of being. ‘We Exist’ tells the tale of so many around the world forced to overcome nearly impossible and often life-threatening odds just to get to say, “I exist.”

After hearing this truth, you will never look at gender the same way.


A movement for gender identity awareness and equality.

The We Exist platform extends to over 67 different countries around the globe and is growing at exponential rates. From England, to Australia, The Netherlands, Japan, Saudi Arabia, Indonesia, Nepal, Tibet, China, Spain, Switzerland, Canada, Germany, and beyond… The conversation around this project has started an international “WE EXIST” movement, allowing those who exist outside the gender binary to stand-up for their recognition and say “I Exist.”