Videos of Childhood

Growing up before the internet meant that television was my main source for figuring out my gender issues.  So how’d that work out for me?  Watch and see.

 

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Andrew Garfield Trades In Spider-Man Costume for Sexy Dress

For their powerful song, “We Exist,” Canadian indie band Arcade Fire created an equally moving music video starring Andrew Garfield, most recently known as the famous web-slinger in two blockbuster  Amazing Spider-Man films.

Lead singer and songwriter Win Butler describes the track as “about a gay kid talking to his dad” and coming out to his straight father.  The video, as opposed to the song, however, is clearly about a transwoman.  The video opens with Garfield’s character struggling to find the right look before going out to present her true identity to the world.  I think that’s something many gender-fluid people deal with with constantly.

Enjoy.

LYRICS

“We Exist”
Arcade Fire

Walking around head full of sound
Acting like we don’t exist
Walk in a room stare out through you
Talking like we don’t exist

But we exist

Daddy it’s true, I’m different from you
But tell me why they treat me like this?
You turn away, what could I say
Not the first betrayed by a kiss

Maybe it’s true
They’re staring at you
When you walk in a room

Turn on us fine
Stare if you like
Or just let us through
Just let us through

Down on your knees
Begging us please
Praying that we don’t exist

Daddy it’s fine, I’m used to them now
But tell me why they treat me like this?
Is it because we do it like this?

Maybe it’s true
They’re staring at you
When you walk in a room

Turn on us fine
Stare if you like
Or just let us through
Just let us through

Let them stare
Let them stare
That’s all right with you

But lose myself
If it turn away from you

Daddy told him to wait
Mother, I’m so scared
But will you watch us drown?
You know that they will

You know that we’re young
You know that we’re confused
But will you watch us drown?
What are you so afraid to lose?

Down on their knees
Begging us please
Praying that we don’t exist

We exist