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NYC Trans Day of Action – June 24th, 2016.

This Friday is the 12th annual Trans Day of Action! This yearly event is a protest organized by the Audre Lorde Project in New York City to call for several different demands and… Continue reading

Moving Forward.

I’ve been thinking a lot about how we can move forward in the wake of the mass shooting in Orlando this past weekend. Sending out thoughts and prayers, hosting and going to vigils,… Continue reading

Community.

In the wake of everything (and I know this doesn’t offer any solution to systemic oppression), I just want every single one of my queer, trans, and LGBTQ+ siblings to know that I… Continue reading

Orlando.

When I first heard about the mass shooting in Orlando, there was a brief moment of shock and then I cried. It was 9am on the west coast and so there was already… Continue reading

Learning More.

I think that any sort of ally behavior should include continuous learning and listening to marginalized people when they speak. A part of this is also not insisting that marginalized people speak on… Continue reading

Captain America: Civil War.

So last night I went to finally go see Captain America: Civil War and just have so many thoughts about the film. *Spoilers for the film. This felt like the most relatable Marvel movie… Continue reading

My own limitations and faults as a white person.

Lately, I’ve been thinking about my own whiteness, complicity in oppressive systems, and desire to be seen as the perfect ally. I’m obsessed with being seen as a good white person and I… Continue reading

One issue at a time

I was on Facebook recently and noticed that a friend had written something along the lines of “while everyone is arguing about bathrooms, there’s this other issue happening” and it struck me as… Continue reading

Captain America.

Spoiler alert for the comic Captain America: Steve Rogers #1. So recently, the comic Captain America: Steve Rogers #1 came out and revealed a big secret at the end: Cap has actually been… Continue reading

LGBTQ+ Representation.

Lately, I’ve been thinking about LGBTQ+ and queer representation in media, in part because of bisexual erasure in many shows, LGBTQ+ characters often not living too long, and the queer coding of villains… Continue reading