More Than Four is a new video and poster resource from InsideOUT, exploring the identities and experiences of and beyond ‘LGBT’ identities. We interviewed over 30 members of the rainbow community to create a series of short videos speaking explore the experiences of people who are asexual, aromantic, intersex, non-binary, bisexual, pansexual, transgender, takatāpui, fa’afafine, akava’ine, queer parents and people who identify as both Māori, Pasifika or Asian and queer.
The resource aims to give localised visibility and representation to some of the more marginalised experiences within rainbow communities, simultaneously providing opportunities to see ourselves reflected and to learn about the experiences of others that make up our community.
More Than Four has been created as a free resource to be used in a range of ways. This could include holding a screening event for your community, using the videos in sexuality and gender diversity training, using them in classrooms, using them in queer straight alliance/rainbow diversity group meetings, sharing on social media and much more!
More Than Four can be viewed via our Youtube Playlist or you can find each individual video linked below. If you are interested in holding a screening of all the videos you can also find them in a screenable format via our Youtube, or you can contact us to receive a copy via USB.
Thanks to the Ministry of Youth Development for funding this project and all of our generous participants for sharing their identities and experiences with us.
Filmed by Alfred Van de Wiel
Edited by Laura Duffy, Alfred Van de Wiel
Coordinated by Laura Duffy, Maggie Shippam, Tabby Besley, Kate Aschoff