“It’s Like Racism, but For Dresses and Gender”
Kina tells lifelong pal Nicky, on his way to house for playdate, that all children should wear gowns if they feel so inspired.
I cannot tell you how proud I am of Kina and her commitment to gowns-for-all in the face of insidious societal transphobia. She’s a fantastic daughter and a great friend to Nicky, whom she’s known for her entire life and who looks totally fetching in his prince’s dress.
This is language she’s constructed for herself, by the way, which is amazing to me. She’s building a moral case for dresses out of plain cloth. It’s sad that she’s having to do this out of a sense of opposition to ignorance, but she’ll need that later on.
We hope that this daily front page has been clear in its commitment to trans lives, and we can promise you that it always will be.
Another landscape Parade, you ask? These rainbows are too big to waste on a vertical sheet of the world’s finest construction paper. We live in her world, and it’s big and wide and colorful. Peep the little gem she glued to the bottom center—luxury!