Je me présente aux élections fédérales !

Je fais actuellement campagne dans Laval-les-Îles en tant que première personne non-binaire au Québec à se présenter à une élection fédérale. Ma campagne est gérée à 100 % par des bénévoles et financée par les dons des partisans. Si vous êtes un citoyen canadien, vous pouvez faire un don à la campagne - si vous ne l'êtes pas, mais que vous voulez quand même soutenir, vous pouvez suivre la campagne sur Instagram ou devenir bénévole pour faire passer le mot. Merci beaucoup pour votre soutien !

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[Xtra Magazine] Making tech queer- and trans-friendly is about much more than hiring

[Xtra Magazine] Making tech queer- and trans-friendly is about much more than hiring

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Rehearsing Trauma: How working on an opera helped me heal

How do I embody a character fully, fall in love with the character, learn its idiosyncrasies, when that character must undergo torture daily on stage, sometimes multiple times, with increasing detail, depth, and dramatic timing? How do I rehearse trauma?