“My dream for non-binary people everywhere is that they can exist without being challenged. I want the systems and institutions we are forced to move through to become as fluid and complex as our understanding of gender.” – Richard Clark (he/she/they)
For World Pride this year, Posture Media produced a short film titled What’s in a Pronoun that
illustrates how non-binary people navigate the highly gendered world we live in through
day-to-day experiences and interactions.
Posture’s mission is to inspire a deeper and empathetic understanding of what non-binary
people experience on a daily basis.
The desire for this film is to function as a learning tool as Posture shows the joys of being seen,
and how it’s often the small things that can make a huge difference in someone’s life.
What’s in a Pronoun premiered during Posture’s content session at Cannes Lions where Winter
Mendelson (Founder, they/them), Asher Torres (Co-Founder, he/they), and Jesse Lackowitz
Crozier (Creative Producer, they/them), discussed identity, pronouns, and inclusivity on June
- Río Sylva they @ri02_
- Richard Clark they/she/he @titsessence
- Yên Nguyen they @bonjour.yen
- Dylan Lopez they @ohheyitsdyl
- Dexx Rushin-Mucker they/she/he @_d.e.x.x_