Tutu Tuesday: A Wili
warming up backstage. The Wili’s tutus are the same ones that were worn when the current version of Giselle premiered on April 16, 1970, making them older than most of the dancers who wear them.
9083) I have a great deal of respect for all the TWOC and NBOC who face all sorts of racism and misogyny in their every day lives.
But once in a while, I’d like to see someone acknowledge that trans people with disabilities exist. Being a disabled trans woman brings its own set of horrors, including people questioning our ability to discern our own gender identities and sexualities. Disabled does not mean stupid or ignorant!