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Funding Unsuccessful
The project's funding goal was not reached on Fri, October 10 2014 6:08 PM UTC +00:00
$67,026
pledged of $200,000pledged of $200,000 goal
558
backers
0seconds to go
Funding Unsuccessful
The project's funding goal was not reached on Fri, October 10 2014 6:08 PM UTC +00:00

17 Days Left - Behind-The-Scenes!

Posted by Michael Hirschorn (Creator)
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Hello Backers! 

We have 17 days left to go and have a lot going on with the campaign.  We will be releasing some behind-the-scenes videos this week. 

Right now we have raised just over $46,000 and have $154,000 left to go!  That's a lot but if we break into smaller goals, we can get there with your help. 

Let's keep spreading the word - stay tuned for a cool update tomorrow from the whole team :)

Also please please start to write your comments in the comments section on why you decided to back this great project. 

THANKS!

MH, Eric, and Andreja!!

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      Hazel Rayson on

      There were a number of reasons I decided to firstly back the project with what money I had and then raise more so I could pledge more.
      The first reason being that I have been around people who have struggled with and overcome some of the same issues that Andreja has in her life and I believe this documentary will highlight the fact that it is not just you who might have been through the same scenarios. By Andreja sharing her story we can see that not everything is as we first perceive it. If this brings strength to those who need it then I am all for it.
      Secondly, it will bring to light issues than might otherwise be overlooked. Andreja is a world famous model, but firstly a strong and emotion invoking woman. If her fame makes people stand up and think about the things that are being said and explored then perhaps together we can bring about change. We can bring about tolerance and respect for all people, regardless of upbringing and circumstance. This is an amazing project and I hope with all my heart that it will come to fruition because I wholeheartedly believe in the message that it will bring into the world.

    2. Kat R. on

      I backed this project because as a trans woman, I think that we need more positive visibility in media.

      People need to understand that we're just people that want to live our lives in peace. To be, to love, to pee... all in peace.

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      N. Sebastian on

      Why did I decide to back it? Because the world needs to learn to accept people like us and get over whatever weird hang-ups they have about it. We are human like anyone else. I do not make enough money to be able to afford basic health care or insurance, let alone anything beyond that. But even though I can't give much, I hope my tiny drop helps, because no one should have to live a miserable life because society shamed them into it. I want this world to be a more welcoming place for all people, and I'm delighted to see it finally moving in that direction. I hope you all give it a nice big push!

    4. Jo Hamilton on

      Similar to Catherine, I first saw Andreja a while ago and was struck by her presence and humanity. The world is a much more interesting and tolerant place with sexual and gender diversity. I admire the bravery of Andreja of sharing her story to assist others with their stories.

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      Catherine Scotton on

      I first saw Andreja in an article in the Australian Women's Weekly several years ago. The story of her journey to that point touched me, what the family had been through, the strength of her mother in providing for the family in a new country and her mother's love and commitment of Andrej/a. I followed her life since then on social media, quietly urging her on to success and a happy life and wishing she would smile more. Since her surgery I believe there's been more happiness there. I lost a transgender cousin to suicide two years ago and am supporting Adreja's documentary in the hope of fostering tolerance and acceptance for every human, regardless of gender or orientation. You go girl.