Advocate and educator, AC Dumlao, is a queer trans non-binary first-generation Filipino-American. They also live with anxiety and depression.
AC shares about how they saw themselves reflected in Disney's Mulan, their long-lasting love of Broadway, how Pose's Indya Moore needs to be the next big thing and how reality television is a crucial part of their self-care, particularly The Great British Bake Off. We also sound off on Scarlett Johanssen playing an Asian character and dropping out of playing a transman, only after being called out.
AC also shares about their experiences as a non-binary person and why it's important for them to use their privilege to advocate for other trans and non-binary people. They also have a great piece at Broadly, called 100 Ways to Make the World Better for Non-Binary People which you can read here:
You can visit AC's website at www.callmethey.com and follow them on Facebook at www.facebook.com/callmethey/ and on Instagram at www.instagram.com/menswearselfcare
Theme song by Neil Quin
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