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WWJD? checks all my Directorial boxes: it’s a Midwestern story, it’s female-centric, and it explores the theme of internalized homophobia. As a bisexual woman from Missouri forced to navigate conservative Christian spaces, it’s safe to say I know something about these topics. This film marks a new approach for me, opting for a lighter comic exploration - specifically regarding the interaction between queerness and religion. It’s worth stating that this film is neither for nor against religion, instead exploring the complex reality that myself and many others have faced growing up in the church while knowing you’re different.

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