How To Use Subjectified
Subjectified exists to start substantive conversations about what it’s like to grow up as a young woman in America. Issues of sex and sexuality are so important to our experiences, but oftentimes we do not feel free to express ourselves and ask the questions that are crucial to our health and happiness. The conversations provoked by Subjectified happen among best friends or romantic partners, inside classrooms, and with parents. There are as many ways to use Subjectified as there are conversations. Click through below to find out how you can watch and start the conversation that you want to have.
Get your own copy of Subjectified or or order a Movie Party Kit to share Subjectified with your friends, book club, parents’ group, or Sorority sisters. We also encourage people to organize screenings in their community centers or schools. Be in touch to talk about the possibilities.
For Campus Groups
Learn how you can bring Subjectified to your campus.
Use Subjectified in your own classroom, or apply for our Educator Match Program which offers free or reduced-cost DVDs to eligible educators.
Contact for information about organizing public screenings. For institutional licenses (such as college libraries or campus centers), purchase online, or contact us with inquiries and to order offline.
Subjectified is a tool to understand women’s experiences growing up in America, particularly around issues of sex and sexuality, body image, gender, health, safety, and pleasure. As the well-being of the young women in our society is in all of our hands, this documentary is also for the parents and educators of young people.
If you have an adolescent in your life whose safety and happiness you care about, but you don’t know how to begin the conversation about sexuality and safety, Subjectified can help give you the language to start talking and the insight to start empathizing.