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Meet Austin, a gay teen who is forced to runaway from home after he comes out to his parents. 

EPISODE 1: GET OUT

Disposable Teens is about a gay teen, Austin (Chris Jehnert) who is forced to come out of the closet into a not so unwelcoming home. His conservative parents (Marianne Goodell and David Sewell) do not take his coming out well and things get intense in the house. Austin is forced to run away and live on the streets.

This is the premiere episode of the OuliticiousTV dramatic web series about runaway and homeless LGBT youth. Written and Directed by Brian Pelletier and starring: Chris Jehnert, Dino Petrera, Loresa Lanceta, Andy Rappos, Marianne Goodell and David Sewell. Intern: Matty Frazier

EPISODE 2: Dead End 

After running from his home, gay teen runaway Austin (Chris Jehnert), finds himself on the street looking for help. He tries to get help from Charlotte (Loresa Lanceta), a social worker who refers him to a shelter. At the shelter he meets Eugene (Lynn Berg) a bitter, older man who gives some pretty harsh and unexpected advice. Will Austin be able to find the help he needs or will he keep running into dead ends?

We also get to know a little bit more about Austin’s boyfriend Nash (Andy Rappos) as he pays a visit to Austin’s mother, Cheryl (Marianne Goodell).

This is the second episode 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 unwelcoming home and his struggle to find acceptance.

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

EPISODE 3: Unzipped

After being forced from his home and unable to find any help after coming out of the closet, gay teenager Austin (Chris Jehnert) is in a hopeless place. Just when he considers giving up, a stranger named Madison (Lucio Nieto) comes along offering help. But this good samaritan’s motives are questioned when he makes a seemingly indecent proposal to Austin.

Meanwhile, Austin’s mother Cheryl (Marianne Goodell) starts looking for her runaway son in hopes of bringing him home but social worker Charlotte (Loresa Lanceta) isn’t so keen on the idea.

This is the third 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, Loresa Lanceta, Marianne Goodell. Associate Producer: Matty Frazier.

EPISODE 4: Lost and Found – (Target Release  2/1/16)

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).

EPISODE 5: Property (Season 1 Finale)

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 gets help from a charismatic photographer, Madison (Lucio Nieto) who coerces Austin into a porn career. After a brief but emotional reunion with his boyfriend Nash (Andy Rappos), Austin learns that his new life choices aren’t compatible with what he wanted. Will Austin confront Madison? Dino Petrera returns as Dallas.

This is the fifth and final episode 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.

EPISODE 6: New Beginnings (Season 2 Premiere)

The Season Premiere (Season 2) of OutliciousTV’s hit ground-breaking drama, Disposable Teens. In this episode: Austin (Chris Jehnert) a gay runaway teen, is offered help from a stranger who takes pity on him named Phoenix (C Bain). Austin enters a new living situation that seems to fit his value system. We meet Linda (Aleigha K Spinks), Austin’s landlord and boss as well as a new boy (Tyler Begnoche) who takes an interest in Austin.

EPISODE 7: Nine Lives

Let’s find out more about how Austin got off that ledge at the end of last season.. Starting a new life, gay runaway teen, Austin (Chris Jehnert) works as a houseboy for eccentric black market diva Linda (Aleigha K Spinks). Austin meets Houston (Tyler Begnoche), a charming boy who is also one of Linda’s employees. Houston immediately takes a liking to Austin and invites him to join him at a popular night club. Austin receives a provocative proposition from Orlando (Evan Reed) the nightclub owner.

Episode 8: Snap of Fingers

Austin (Chris Jehnert) is quite successful in his new job pushing drugs for Orlando (Evan Reed) at the nightclub. Things seem to be going great until he runs into someone from his past. Lucio Nieto returns as Madison, a charming gay pornographer. Topics of date rape and male sexual assault are explored.

Episode 9: Breakdown

Gay runaway Austin (Chris Jehnert) deals with the aftermath of Orlando’s (Evan Reed) sexual assault. He is in a deep depression and doesn’t feel motivated to work. Linda (Aleigha K Spinks) warns Austin that she won’t let him stay if he doesn’t go to work. Austin tells Houston (Tyler Begnoche) about his encounter with Orlando who seems to just brush it off. The impact of male rape is laid out on the table and Austin can’t seem to take it.

Episode 10: You Can Always Return

SEASON 2 FINALE After being rejected by Houston, Austin (Chris Jehnert) returns to Madison (Lucio Nieto) where he felt more stability. Interrupting one of Madison’s erotic photo shoots with Dallas (Dino Petrera), Austin begs to come back and even offers to start doing porn again for Houston. But is he making the right choice? Will he ever make it back home to his mother who has been desperately searching for him?

Director’s Statement:

Writer/Director shares his story about being a gay teen runaway and its connection to Disposable Teens.

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