Then this one is just... me.
I don't really know how they relate to the other two.
They all feel like me, but they're also different from each other.
This one has found community. They're not necessarily always happy, but they don't tend to be sad or mad. That's the other two
Then there is sad Ember.
She feels sad and scared and alone. She's not exactly a woman, perhaps a girl. She's not sure of her identity, but she just feels alone.
She's the Ember that's been burnt down. There's still a flicker of light left, but she's surrounded by darkness.
It's harder for her to communicate. It's like her vocabulary is limited and it's hard to get through the darkness around her.
So I realized that the Ember that gets angry, that shouts about injustice and wants to tear things down- is a butch woman.
I don't really know how I know that, but I do.
She's the Ember that wants to flare up and burn everything to the ground.
Really she wants to be out and proudly Autistic, queer, and nonbinary *now*. She wants to burn every bridge with people who can't accept that and start over.
It's admirable, but it's not exactly the wisest decision at the moment.
This is her:
This is me getting ready to punch them all in the face.
Here's a boat that's a little closer
Also me with they/them pronouns in the months before I realized I was nonbinary and wouldn't stop talking about how they were grammatical and important:
I can also wear a shirt under it like this!
20 y/o college student studying anthropology and history | Learning French and Arabic | Liberation for all people | they/them
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