Brad Neumann and Justin Rabon both attend University of Minnesota. They both run on the school’s track team. They both love Beyoncé. They’re both gay. And they’re both in love… with each other!
Now, the guys are the subject of a new docuseries called GenerationQ after their story went viral earlier this year.
“This documentary series is important to me for many reasons,” filmmaker Alec Fischer tells Outsports. “I think the biggest revolves around the concept of representation. In my own experience, the types of stories being told with this project weren’t available anywhere when I was growing up as a closeted gay teenager.”
GenerationQ aims to tell the stories about LGBTQ people that aren’t being told.
The pilot season of GenerationQ presents diverse stories from the Midwest in ways that have the ability to break down barriers, eradicate stigma and combat ignorance through understanding. If a younger person questioning their identity can see themselves represented in the stories being told through this series, my hope is that they will be able to feel affirmed and loved for who they are regardless of their current environment.
Check out the trailer.
Scroll down for adorable pics from the guys’ Instagram pages…
**BIG NEWS** So very excited to be a part of GenerationQ. October is national LGBTQ history month and we’ve been working with a now good friend of ours Alec Fischer on this project that showcases young changemakers in the the community alongside Brad and myself. Thank you Alec for this, please like, share and broadcast this project. Here’s a short preview of what’s in store! Link is also in Bio ???????? https://youtu.be/brKsLLLPhcc
Hey guys! Justin and I have been working with @alec.fischer on a docu-series about making change and breaking stereotypes in the LGBTQ community. Alec has been amazing and is truly going to inspire so many people with this work! If you could, please watch and share a clip of our video! The link is in my bio! Thank you!