Category Archives: fiction

At the Corner of Impostor Syndrome and Internalized Transphobia

Once upon a time, there was a little girl who was raised as a boy. She was told she was a boy, told to act like a boy, and was teased and bullied when she acted like a girl. As … Continue reading

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The Mountain

I don’t remember the first day I woke up unsatisfied. Like napping in the grass on a sunny day, a shadow crept from across the way until I woke up chilly. Moving, I sought more sun, but was told that … Continue reading

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I Knew This Girl…

I knew this girl called Noelle. Now I didn’t know her name for sure until I killed her, and I’m still not sure it was her real name but it fit her better than Amber, which was a name she … Continue reading

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