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Disposable Teens – 4: Lost and Found

After coming out of the closet, gay teen Austin (Chris Jehnert) runs away from his unaccepting parents. Unable to find help through the system, he runs to anyone that will accept him, even if they are bad for him. Enter Madison (Lucio Nieto), a photographer with a penchant for young male models. Austin begins a career as one of Madison’s models/boy toys and things seem to be getting better for Austin. That is until he has a reunion with Nash (Andy Rappos) his boyfriend from back home. Austin introduces Nash to Madison and things start to get hot. The word threesome is tossed around at some point.

Meanwhile, Cheryl (Marianne Goodell), Austin’s mother is stuck in a moral dilemma whether to accept her son and bring him home or to abandon him for her beliefs. She brings this up to her husband (David Sewell).

This is the fourth episode out of five of the OutliciousTV dramatic gay web series about runaway and homeless LGBT youth. Disposable Teens is about a gay teen, Austin (Chris Jehnert) who is forced to come out of the closet into a not so welcoming home and his struggle to find acceptance.

Written and Directed by Brian Pelletier and starring: Chris Jehnert, Lucio Nieto, Andy Rappos, Loresa Lanceta, Marianne Goodell and David Sewell. Associate Producer: Matty Frazier.

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Sound: Chris Claypool
Music: Epidemic Sound
Filmed In New York City