Queer Kid Stuff Returns!

Another season of LGBTIQ+ educational videos for kids is here!


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QUEER KID STUFF is BACK! The popular children’s LGBTQ+ educational web-series is launching brand new Season 2 episodes beginning April 5, 2017 on YouTube

QUEER KID STUFF imagines a kinder and more equal future through highly-accessible education and entertainment for kids ages 3+. Hosted by a tie-wearing queer lady and her non-binary best-stuffed friend, it’s Gender Studies 101 meets Mr. Rodgers’ Neighborhood! The second season will consist of 16 brand new episodes released every other week starting Wednesday April 5, 2017. 

Season 2 expands upon the foundational content from Season 1, moving deeper into queer concepts. This season we tackle more identities within LGBTQIA, sing about consent, explore different aspects of privilege such as race, class, and ability, and so much more! You can access a special sneak peek of the first episode of Season 2: “3 Ways To Be A Good ALLY!”

Viewers can support QUEER KID STUFF on Patreon with monthly donations. They’ll receive our newsletter, access downloadable music and ukulele tutorials, join a super secret fan Facebook group and a whole lot more! Through viewer support, we’ll be able to launch a brand new website, produce a fictional queer superhero series, and even start sharing videos twice a week. QUEER KID STUFF would not exist without the support of its Patrons. 

QUEER KID STUFF is created, written ,and hosted by Lindsay Amer, an artist and activist focused on queer representation and storytelling for young children. She holds degrees in theater from Northwestern University (BS) and Queen Mary University of London (MA) where she developed her multimedia one-woman performance for kids, Once Upon A Queer. Directed by Hannah Rimm, sound engineered by Kym Lukacs. Title sequence animation by Carly Silverman and logo by KD Diamond (Girl Sex 101).  Music and lyrics for Queer Kid Stuff by Amanda D’Archangelis (The Disembodied Hand, Out There!, Blatantly Blaine). Created in partnership with EBP, a bi-coastal feminist artist collective.

 

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