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Trans people are just as ordinary and extraordinary as everyone else! You are invited to join this panel discussion, where the panelists will share their stories and answer questions about their favorite depictions of trans people in books and film, what else the community should know about trans people, and what allyship looks like.
Noah Stang-Osborne (they/he), a speaker, activist, member of LexPride’s Board of Directors, and art therapy student at Lesley University. Noah holds several identities: Black, Crow, disabled, trans, nonbinary, and queer.
Parker Morii-Sciolla (they/them), a speaker, cosplay aficionado, and architecture student at the Illinois Institute of Technology. Parker holds several identities: Japanese-American, Italian-American, and trans (nonbinary, agender).
Petrie (she/her) is an engineer, singer, maker, crafter, tinkerer, woodworker, and all-around nerd. She lives in Greater Boston with her wife Katie, dog Porter, cat Steve, and two sugar gliders. She holds several identities: transgender, queer, sapphic, and feminist, among others.
The NFSJ is proud to partner with Belmont LGBTQ Alliance, Belmont Public Library, Belmont Human Rights Commission, Arlington LGBTQIA+ Rainbow Coalition, Quincy LGBTQ Commission, City of Cambridge LGBTQ+ Commission, and Lex Pride to present this event.