Intersectional Queer Politics
We want to begin with the disclosure that the posts presented in this category are not composed by trans women of color. We wish to not force anyone to be our educators nor do we wish to speak for trans women of color. Yet conversations about intersectional trans and racial identities rarely occur or do so in a detrimental fashion. Recognizing that both hypervisibility and invisibility are simultaneously wielded against trans women of color, our aim is to contribute to an ongoing dialogue in a self-aware manner. We aim to be accepting of the nuances under which individuals choose not to be visible, remain invisible because of systematic forces, or whose visibility status changes. Composed of five individuals, we divided our sections respectively: Literature (Non-fiction, fiction and poetry), Historical Studies, Self-Care and inspiration, Artistic Expression, and Age-Specific Resources. This site is a building block for further education; it is not meant to be an exhaustive archive, but rather a helpful resource.
Khalil Power, Sean Jacobi, Emily Valante, Mary Molloy, and Dilan Mestci