Creatrix Tiara enjoys exploring ideas around arts, tech, community, identity, liminality, belonging, and social justice. http://creatrixtiara.com
Reporting on a number of high-profile cases of violence against trans women in Malaysia as well as interviews with notable trans activists in Malaysia on the kind of support they need.
About my experience on Train Jam, including interviews with other queer & trans participants.
About Chairperson's Guildline 9, which provides guidelines for much more humane treatment of LGBTQI refugees and asylum seekers.
Reflecting on the marriage equality movement (especially in Australia) and immigration rights for LGBTQ people.
Reflecting - and squeeing! - over Indian webseries The Other Love Story and what that kind of representation means to me as a queer South Asian woman.
Riffing off a piece by Bec Shaw about the Same-Sex Marriage Plebiscite, I calculated how much it would cost to use the plebiscite money to buy each LGBTQI+ person lunch.
A reflection on the pain I endured during my time in the Australian burlesque scene, as parallelled by Tara from The Wicked + The Divine.
The HBX team asked me to write about my experiences with their HBX CORe program!
Reporting on the latest wins for trans people in Malaysia (such as the ruling allowing a trans man to have ID that reflects his gender).
More exploration of pop culture magick!
Talking through the LGBTQ representation of one of my favourite works, Homestuck, with insight from other LGBTQ fans.
Malaysia is constantly growing malls - but there are so many abandoned ones that could be of use.
Reflecting on the news of 1.5 million Bangladeshi labourers coming to Malaysia, as a Bangladeshi-Malaysian.
A response to another friend's thoughts on decolonization politics grew into me articulating my own discomfort with the way the activists around me use the term.
I liveblogged what I've learned from Harvard Business School's online pre-MBA/business fundamentals course HBX CORe - reframing what I've learned for people who may not consider themselves "businessy".