I always knew I was different and it has been quite the journey embracing it. These images are from 2 and a half years ago at the end of my twenties when I was just learning that sharing my differences with others could actually make a difference. I chose the glitter wolf as a totem of visibility along with the catch phrase, “It’s Time to Shine, It’s Time to Howl.”
I was already a drag performer and musician, but since then I have talked on stages small and large about growing up queer and my voyage of self discovery. I have also been playing a gender-queer scientist in a web series I release on my Llano River Blue YouTube Channel. The show is called Chenille Stems & the Dream Machine, and includes stop-motion animated glitter wolves. It’s my effort to bring more representation to the sci-fi/fantasy genre so I see myself reflected in the kind of media I love.
My hope is that by making my identity more visible I can inspire more people to be their authentic selves and make the world a little bit more accepting.
Filmmaker, musician, writer, and drag artist creating the content she wants to see in this world.
Gender ID : Genderqueer Femme
Age : 32
Location : Oakland