Memories, Poems

Poem: The Invisible Space Boy

I tried to tell you I was a boy You even bought me trucks and drums for a toy The boys wouldn't play with me you dressed me in pink The girls wouldn't play with me not as a girl I did think ∇ You called me a "Tomboy" Toni would become my name But… Continue reading Poem: The Invisible Space Boy

Anunnaki Ray's Photographic Stories, Cultural Dysphoria, Gender Nonconforming, Gender Space Pirate, Hope, Human Rights, Intersex Activist, Intersex Erasure, Intersex Phobia, Poems, Prejudice, Self-Determination, Short Messages

Poem: I am a Gender Space Pirate

  You think I come from outer space. Instead, I come to you with my feathers and lace. No, I am not a cultural disgrace. I am a part of this gender race. I do not care if I am misplaced. I love my beauty and being handsome too. I am a Gender Space Pirate! My… Continue reading Poem: I am a Gender Space Pirate