You would think that we, those of us belonging to the LGBTQ community of faith would be mourning you and conspiring towards how we can work to protect you and cherish you in our communities. However, the silence around your death, Chyna Gibson, is deafening.
As a black queer cisgender woman, I know that pain of feeling like only other cisgender black queer woman love me and desire to fight for my life. Only we love us like we love us. Many of us know this.
Not only do we know this, we FEEL it.