If you’d like to share a story or photo on the WHERE IS YOUR LINE? group blog, you can do that anonymously, or pseudonymously. If you do want us to get back in touch with you, you can opt to give us an email address where we can contact you. You can also ask to get updates from us about screenings, events, and new campaigns.


We do log and store your IP address when you visit our website and share stories, but we don’t share that with anyone else visiting the website. We won’t share your contact information with anyone else, either.


We may include your blog posts, photos, and comments in future projects and campaigns. You have the right to do anything you like with the posts, photos, and comments you contribute to the website — they’re yours! — but by contributing them, you also are giving us permission to use them, too. If you give us a name to attribute them to, we will.


It’s the internet, and you know how that is: in a story you share here, there’s a good chance anyone else in the story you mention will come across it somehow. Make your own choices about how to talk about what you want to talk about. We’re still figuring this out, too.