Men love sports. Women love makeup. Nonbinary people love mushrooms, frogs, assigned female at birth (AFAB) thin white bodies in masculine clothing, short hair and they/them pronouns. When people don’t know any nonbinary people in real life, they don’t even question the accuracy of these representations; the internet and media decide the image of the nonbinary community.
Sabrina B. R. Ellis (any pronouns) is a second-year English major at UCLA. They love reading one-star reviews of whatever book they finish, completing every possible variation of the Wordle, and watching silly Brazilian telenovelas with their grandma.
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