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A web of rope-like fibers twirl and twist together to form a close up picture of a person’s face. Their skin is a medium brown, their features are somewhat feminine, and their eyes are closed. This is intended to be suggestive of both the complexity of experience and of perception.

A web of rope-like fibers twirl and twist together to form a close up picture of a person’s face. Their skin is a medium brown, their features are somewhat feminine, and their eyes are closed. This is intended to be suggestive of both the complexity of experience and of perception.

I’m super excited to announce that after a long delay caused by a nasty virus that Writing Alchemy Podcast Episode 13 is finally up!

This interlude episode is all about intersections, with a focus on fatness, disability, gender, and queer identity. Guest Kristina Gibbs-Ruby reads a powerful spoken word piece about bullying and fatphobia while Fay reads hir popular article, “Why Having Conditional Privilege Is Not the Same as Simply Being Privileged,” which delves into the complexity of invisible identities, privilege, oppression, gatekeeping, and the struggle to be recognized as real through hir personal experiences.

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