I'm a heavy, female bodied, boy looking, tattooed, queer who is a partner, child, step parent, and teacher.
Genderqueer Stereotypes Redefined
I thought this was a really neat way to say behind the labels we are all just people doing the best we can for ourselves and our fellow beings on this Earth. I'm a radical, and part of the radicalness I aim to achieve are radical acts of kindness that go beyond what a person expects.
I am participating because the no-evil project is a great way to change the way people label those around them.
Because Amanda picked me out of all the students because I'm the best Falcon
I see this project as a place to share our identities, which we often do not get a chance to share with strangers. Using this platform, a mosaic of labels and faces challenges stereotypes and single story narratives.
I think it's really important to see LGBTQIA++ representation in the media, and I want to show people that strength can come from anywhere.
Labels are something we give to people with asking consent. Often we do not truly know someone's label and when we do label them we wrongly label.