Stephen Fry : Out There (Queer Documentary)

Stephen Fry has achieved almost everything. Everything except being given Knighthhood, but that too is possible just a matter of time. 2 years ago, Stephen Fry started the newest project, possibly one closest to his heart: documenting homosexuality and homophobia around the globe.

In this first episode (airing on October 14th, 2013), we are introduced to Mr. Fry’s new project, and the factors that drove this project. He travels from the UK to Uganda to the United States and debates with, what I consider, bigots.

As Mr. Fry says, homophobia affects us all, no matter what part of the world it comes from, and it is thus important for us to stay informed about these people.

Watch the first episode here:

And stay tuned for the next episode.

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