Cosmetic Genital Surgery · Cultural Dysphoria · Human Rights · Human Rights Violations · Intersex Awareness · Intersex People · Poems · Self-Determination

Poem: Stop Cutting us With Steel

Stop Cutting us With Steel We are not a myth, We are real. We are hermaphrodites. To be cut by blade, and by steel. To be erased, by this cruel world. That is threatened by our existence. We are not myth, We are real. We are hermaphrodites. That word HERMAPHRODITE you even destroyed that too!…… Continue reading Poem: Stop Cutting us With Steel

Cosmetic Genital Surgery · Human Rights Violations · Poems · United Nations

Poem: STOP the Unthinkable!

Normalizing interventions done to our bodies and to our minds. Unthinkable, and yet it is still allowed to happen. Unthinkable, and yet the medical complex still gets away with it. And here we are having to stay calm! When it is simply unthinkable! Here we are trying to teach you, so that culture will stop doing…… Continue reading Poem: STOP the Unthinkable!

Emancipation · Freedom · Human Rights · Intersex Awareness · Intersex Erasure · Poems

Poem: I am a Boxphobe!

This poem was inspired after an amazing conversation with Judi Herring, M.D., the creator of the TEDx Talk: Gender Bound, Lessons From the World Between.   Yup, I am a Boxphobe! PINK can be for boys! and BLUE can be for girls! and The RAINBOW is for HUMAN! ¤¤¤¤ Yup, I am a Boxphobe! Do…… Continue reading Poem: I am a Boxphobe!

Civil Rights · Freedom · Human Rights · Poems · Prejudice

Poem: The Alien and the Empty Bucket

  I am 100% alien, until law says otherwise I could die without my human rights African American Slaves  were called animals Law had to finally say otherwise The Civil Rights movement changed things Black Lives Matter They are human • If I die with human dignity having full human rights It will have to…… Continue reading Poem: The Alien and the Empty Bucket

Poems · Self-Determination · Short Messages

Poem: Don’t you see your lie?

As I walk this world I never felt so disappointed  so lonely  I use to think it was me Now I know better Most the world’s cultures built on this silly myth about gender The male and female binary And you say what they  believed  long ago was myth. Don’t you see your lie? Answer…… Continue reading Poem: Don’t you see your lie?