Gendered rules of genderqueerness When I came out as non-binary, I had no gender diverse friends, family or acquaintances. With no role models or anyone in solidarity with me, I took to the Internet. These online sources shaped what I thought I ought to feel and look like as a non-binary person. Also via the Internet, I began […]
Introduction This photo essay delves into the complexity of drag culture and non-binary identity through an auto-ethnographic study. With the help of my girlfriend, I transform into several drag looks then reflect on the process in relation to gender identity. Each look has a drag name, pronouns, a unique persona, and a song that they […]
As a bonus feature of Intersectional Apocalypse‘s 2018 issue “Digital Dialogues: Navigating Online Spaces” a zine called Tender is included. On page 5, this zine features a personal narrative and a blackout poem that I created.
Black ink on paper. 2018.
A collection of lesbian-themed photos. 2016.
I’ve received many F’s in my life. My documents are riddled with F’s. F this, F that. I don’t want these F’s. I deserve something better. I don’t mean F as in Fail, although, it does feel like a failure to me. No, I was assigned female at birth. My passport says ‘F’, my driver’s […]