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Poetry
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You look good with your hair long

CN: dysphoria long hair in dark waves, suffocating, thick, noosed curl, tightly knotted, curtaining my disgruntled face; in these old photos that you praise, I’m not coyly blushing beneath those…

Poetry
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What is Your Gender?

What is your gender? A question ever present, hanging in the air, never satisfied. Sometimes written, sometimes spoken. Asked with eyes, with a raised eyebrow, with a slight pause. You…

Arts Crafts & Entertainment
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The Potter

I loved someone, once. He was an eagle. He was cloaked in galaxies; seated in clouds. Tall. Confident. O Captain, my Captain; adulthood and sophistication teetered in the hook of…

Poetry
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Perhaps if I move furiously enough

TW: coercive gender assignment, violent body imagery, misgendering, cissexism, transmisogynistic slurs, transphobia, tone policing, suffocation imagery, violence “perhaps if I move furiously enough, I can deform [the Law] in my…