Wistful windows

Living in liminality

To yearn allows oneself the time to slow down, to sit in silence and consider, even wallow, in the weight of our emotions.
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Between the bars

Living in liminality

Liminality lies in the initiation of the first breath, as the conductor’s baton rises and the orchestra takes a collective inhale.
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Biracial binaries

Living in liminality

As a biracial person born southeast of London, my narrative may differ from Hong Kingston’s, but it still reproduces a similar binary with all its associated emotions.
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Lost in translation

Living in liminality

As I approach a translated work, I am often conflicted about whether I am introducing myself to the text with the arrogance of ignorance.
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Tracing tattoos

Living in liminality

In the months following my tattoo appointments, I tend to fall asleep tracing the edges of the image. 
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Static sexuality

Living in Liminality

Because media presents queerness as this monumental, pivotal moment, I tend to treat my own identity as constantly progressing toward a climax. 
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Performance art

Making sense of the sublime

I’ve found that the most jarring aspect of film, in comparison to theater, is the lack of connection between actors and audience.
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My saving grace: Non-English music

Cutting Room Floor

Wanting to sing along to your favorite songs sounds like a strange and somewhat shallow reason to learn a new language, but I found value in properly understanding songs that resonate with me.
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