Do I Have Boobs Now?

In 2015, Victoria-based trans activist Courtney Demone launched the viral online campaign #DoIHaveBoobsNow, in which she posted topless photos of her transition on social media while undergoing hormone replacement therapy. One year later, Courtney revisits the global conversation she catalyzed on social media censorship policies and the sexualization of feminine bodies, and reflects on the impacts of being thrust into the critical spotlight as a visible trans activist and queer feminist.

Festivals Slamdance, Vancouver Queer Film Festival, BFI Flare, Inside Out, MIX Copenhagen Queer Film Festival, Florida Film Festival, and 15+ other film festivals across the globe. OUTtv People's Choice Award for Best Short Film at VQFF 2017.

Directed and produced by Milena Salazar and Joella Cabalu

Links

Dear Facebook and Instagram, I'm a trans woman starting hormones. Are you going to censor me? by Courtney Demone (Mashable)

Meet the Women Fighting for Your Right to See Boobs Online by Polina Bachlakova (Girls Are Awesome)

(Dis)Advantage of Chest, Breast, Boobs by Natasha Chang

Follow the conversation online #DoIHaveBoobsNow @DoIHaveBoobsNow