The internet has afforded me access to spaces that center queer experiences. These spaces allow me to fully embody and indulge in my queerness. I am a part of a multitude of trans, non-binary, lesbian and generally queer groups on Facebook; my Instagram and Twitter followings are largely queer and I follow many queer folx and pages; likewise, my feed on Tumblr includes queer content too. When I was given the opportunity to create this blog, there was no question in my mind that it would act as a queer counterpublic as well. Centering queer voices on the topic of queer experiences is crucial to the well-being of queer individuals and is vital to the community. Creating spaces for queer experience to be shared is something I value greatly and I wanted this blog to act as that sort of space.