Seeing Myself – Why Elliot Page’s Visibility Matters

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Trans/nonbinary people shouldn’t have to pick a box to make things easier on cis people. We shouldn’t have to use only the 2 binary pronouns. And we shouldn’t have to simplify our identities for the sake of cis comfort.

The Intersection of Queerness and Disability

aerial photography of cars on the road. A truck in the middle of a big yellow X above a busy intersection.

No matter what, people will make assumptions. Both ableism and cisnormativity are baked into our brains and our society. The things people have to do to accommodate us and acknowledge us involves unlearning their preconceptions.