Here’s how to oppose Bill 2 to support trans, non-binary, and intersex people living in Quebec.
Hi, I’m Rowan.
I live on the Mixedwood Plains on the St. Lawrence Lowlands, in Montreal, QC. I ride horses, write, sing, and follow my fascinations with art and the natural world. The common goal of all my activity is to slow down, pay attention, and connect.
smile of recognition, a hug, or the resonance of a human voice is always more nourishing to me than anything digital.
And yet, so many of us do keep the tendrils of connection alive in that space. I post on Instagram and Twitter sometimes, about art, personal revelations, or just to share a nice photo. Join me there, if you want to.
My next performance...
- July 29 at 2:00pm - 5:00pm EDT at Amphithéâtre Fernand-Lindsay
Deh, vieni, non tardar
I wrote this for
The risk in developing empathy is that something in another person might resonate with us, causing a deep and unaddressed part of ourselves to shake loose and fall into the light, refusing to be ignored. That is what happened to me.
When I am referred to as “she,” I still feel excluded, invisible, misunderstood. This is a feeling that I do my best to transform into energy to educate would-be allies.