The Ojibwe language and philosophy of life tells us that each human has a purpose, role, and destiny, and that we all possess a divine gift. Within the place of family, community, and nation, our roles and gifts are understood and acknowledged without bias or interference.
Director Lorne Olson's film details the contemporary life of Two-Spirit people in Manitoba.
The term, Two-Spirit, was introduced at the third annual international LGBT Native American gathering in 1990. Elder Myra Laramee shared the name and it was quickly adopted as a spirit-name. Today, Indigenous LGBTQ and Two-Spirit are terms chosen by some Indigenous people to describe an aspect of their identity.