Intersex People, Poems

Poem: Our Broken Intersex Community

They broke you.

They broke me.

We sit here together all broken.

 

We are both bleeding, and yet you attack me.

 

They taught us to hate ourselves.

So you attack me some more.

 

What else would we expect from the broken?

Yet, I refuse to fight you.

 

I see why you do what you do.

 

My eyes are wide open to this form of self-hatred and self-destruction.

I hope you awaken before it is too late…..

for all of us.

By Mx. Anunnaki Ray Marquez

August, 25th, 2019

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Here is an article that explains why hurt people hurt people:  Why are queer people so mean to each other? How brain science explains queer trauma, conflict and call-out culture |By Kai Cheng Thom | Aug 16, 2019,

My Blog: Does my family know prejudice?

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