One Poet's Open Letter To Straight People

"Dear straight people, who do you think you are?"

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On her website, her personal bio reads:

As a poet who creates art for social change, her work seeks to challenge definitions of "normalcy" and reimagine the borders that divide us. As a queer woman from a multi-cultural background who pushes gender norms, her work is about claiming the power to wear multiple identities proudly, and to wear them however we wish. Her poetry is a celebration of difference, and centers around loving the parts of ourselves that do not fit neatly into dominant social categories.

And with good reason:

Of course, poetry is best experienced first hand. Watch the whole thing here:

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