Bridge always knew she was different. But growing up in the 70s and 80s, she didn’t have the words to describe how she felt. It wasn’t until she discovered the term “androgynous” that she found a way to express herself. “Third Person” follows Bridge’s journey as a successful performer and gymnastics instructor who never felt like she fit in one gender or another.
As she became more comfortable with her identity, Bridge began to play with gender roles on stage. Her powerful presence and magnetic energy eventually drew a loyal fan base. But even as her career took off, Bridge never forgot the challenges that came with navigating a world that was only just beginning to understand the idea of being non-binary. “Third Person” explores how Bridge found her place in a society that is constantly trying to force people into narrow definitions of what it means to be a man or a woman.