See this film: Ma Vie en Rose @ the Coolidge [with lecture on gender variance and transgenderism in children]

Before the Republicans officially make intolerance a plank in their campaign platform, they might want to drop by tonight's Science on Screen program. It will be screening Alain Berliner's Ma Vie en Rose (1997), a bittersweet comedy about a little boy who dresses up like a girl and can't wait to marry the boy next door. After the movie they should stick around and have their terror, ignorance, and confusion assuaged by Dr. Norman Spack, MD, an endocrinologist at Children's Hospital Boston and Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School, who will discuss gender variance and transgenderism in children. But don't hold your breath waiting for Rick Santorum to show up. That's at the Coolidge Corner Theatre, 290 Harvard St, Brookline | Monday, March 19 @ 7 pm | 617.734.2501 or

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