She helps run a needle exchange in the Tenderloin called San Francisco Drug Users’ Union. Outside of work she mostly just waits for Billi Moon to develop a clothing line so she can accessorize better for her other full-time job, her King Janesta’s arm candy at social events. When she first to landed in the Bay Area she was homeless. She scrawled on the wall of the house she first lived at the old trans nursery rhyme, “The woman that I am going to be, waits for me across the sea. If you see her, tell her please, Wait my lady, wait for me.” She believes she has finally met this woman, and is now settling into a very long and healthy relationship with her.
“You’ve lived enough for today. Save some for tomorrow.”
Trans woman, she/her/hers
Age : 34
Location : Oakland