[description: brown round boi on a great & black & white flyer]
Today! 530pm-7pm at Vassar College for Transmission & Unframed in Poughkeepsie, NY. Come scent free, come ready for stories & poems all down, brown, & wobbly on. Holler at me as new merch, posters, and poetry to listen to. Thanks to Matthew McCardwell. Photography by the on-point, @vixiv.v!
[Description: a black queer person of size with very short hair wears glasses and gray argyle sweater vest. She has his arms around a brown round boi with wily hair & gray bowtie and cane. They stand in front of a rainbow flag.] .
Look who I worked with today! Special thank you to Fleurette King, director of U Conn’s Rainbow Center for hosting me as part of a workshop lecture series & featured performance. She’s known me since babyqueer days in undergrad at Depaul University. In fact, some of my first anti-oppression trainings i facilitated were supervised by Flo almost 16 years ago to which she said, “Clearly now, they are very transferable skills.” Clearly, we’ve always been beyond the confines of a rainbow flag. To be honored by your mentors or people who saw your beginnings is a powerful thing. Thought of all the QT/POC DePaulians that raised me. Thinking about you, @andreleneal & @browngirlrevolution. #qtpoc #qtbipoc #sickanddisabledqueers
#sdqtpoc #queerchicago #uconn #queer#gendernonconforming#transpeopleofcolor #youareSObrave15