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Queer Grief and the Weight it Bears

Must we carry our sadness from the cradle to the grave?

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The first bout of grief many queer and trans people experience is the one where…

Our Youth is Stolen from Us

Often before we can even verbalize the feeling. It’s the depression along with feelings of otherness and isolation. It’s knowing that…

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Amplifying LGBTQ voices through the art of storytelling

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Joseph Coco

Joseph Coco

Big haired #Leo who writes about existing as a Queer POC in America. Louisiana Creole. New Orleans. I’m the dramatic southern belle your parents love!

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