A lesbian couple in Kansas homeschool their bullied son on a farm inĀ  Hulu’s new documentary ‘We Live Here: The Midwest.’ (Courtesy photo)

On Thursday, the streaming service Hulu dropped the trailer for its new documentary We Live Here: The Midwest, which centers on queer families and individuals and their struggles to live comfortably in the heartland during a time of rising discrimination and anti-LGBTQ legislature. The doc will premiere Dec. 6.

From Hulu:

All families must confront challenges, every day. But many also face a rising tide of discrimination and hate in their churches, schools, and even their own neighborhoods.

We Live Here: The Midwest profiles families who hope to stay in a part of the country they love, and where they have often established deep roots: a trans/queer family with five children in Iowa must find a new community after being expelled from their church; a gay Black couple with a young daughter test the line of acceptance in Nebraska; a lesbian couple homeschool their bullied son on a farm in Kansas; a gay teacher in Ohio creates a safe space for LGBTQIA+ students; and a couple in Minnesota struggles to rebuild their families following both of their transitions.

Meanwhile, Minnesota State Representative and queer mother, Heather Keeler, brings LGBTQIA+ rights to the political forefront despite ongoing death threats. Fundamentally, the film captures a crucial time where anti-queer legislation and sentiment is rapidly multiplying across the country, and the values of all midwestern families are put to the ultimate test.

Watch the trailer here: