The final boss of going mainstream is when corporate social media accounts make memes about you. But when these same companies also construct and uphold systems that harass you and kick you out of their circles, should they be the ones posting the #relatable content?
On March 24th, a former employee sued Panera for discrimination and wrongful firing due to the employee’s paganism. Two days later, Panera tweeted a meme to manifest a pepperoni flatbread.
When I first saw the trailer for Disclosure, I was excited. I was really fucking excited. I knew it was going to further the conversation and bring more trans stories mainstream. I wanted to learn about the representation of trans people. I wanted to learn about my community’s history. From my community. I even told my mom to watch it in an effort to work up the courage to come out to her as nonbinary
I don’t know a lot about where I come from, where my transness comes from, where I can see people like me. I pressed play…
Hi friends! I'm a nonbinary witch, playwright, and dramaturg living in Seattle. No matter what I do, I always find myself telling stories to other people.