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"In the Life" Media aims to expose social injustice by chronicling the true stories and real experiences of LGBTQ people and they've done great work for the transgender community, most notably their show Becoming Me, which trailed eight families with transgender and gender nonconforming children and attempted to "elevate the discussion" past "spectacle" level into the "honest and helpful" level.

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Words Do Matter. In the Life. A Great program exposing social injustice against LGBT, etc.

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