The Masterpiece
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The Masterpiece

Why Folx Whose Pronouns Are They/Them Are on the Forefront of the Good Fight

A lesson long time in coming

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I was born in the 1970s. For months (years?) the discussion around the dinner table with my sisters and father revolved around ignorance.

“Why would anybody want to be a “they?” It’s degrading.”

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The wise writers don’t rush. They take time to produce their masterpieces.

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Ilana Lydia

Ilana Lydia

A theater person/writer/reader of curiosities. A believer in wonder.

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