Marissa Evonne Clark is passionate about creating safe spaces for QTBIPOC. She is also passionate about evolving in her actions, language, and advocacy efforts (for all).

Slipping into My Pre-Pandemic Pants

By Marissa Evonne Clark • Marissa reflects on her body’s change during the pandemic. (Sep. 2020) I can’t look in the mirror anymore  because I don’t want to see myself. My face is tired.  My eyes are weary and  my bags tell a sad story at 23.  My smile? Nonexistent.  My cheeks are so round,  … Continue reading Slipping into My Pre-Pandemic Pants

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