Often times, patients who are seeking resources for their own mental health feel isolated and alienated because of their lack of connection with their therapists. They find themselves providing labor to make their white therapist understand where they’re coming from as a person of color. Manu Kaur explores the importance of QTPOC therapists and their own personal journey as a non binary queer Sikh in the field of mental health.
For most of my life I have felt discomfort calling myself a woman, it never sits right in my mouth and I always feel a heaviness when referring myself as such. I thought that if I was not a woman, I had to be a man.
I will say, if it weren’t for the recent discussion around it, I would still be lost in my own thoughts of who I am and how to identify myself.
An interview with T. Sydney Bergeron Mikus on their activism, gender identity and educating others on tick borne diseases.
by Ioana Simion We’re excited to introduce you the glowing Neftali, a twenty year old non-binary creative from the sunny hills of California. Neftali’s the happiest when making art- transforming ordinary life into something far from a routine, using tools known by all of us: make-up and […]