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drstrangeness ([personal profile] drstrangeness) wrote in [community profile] marvelanon2015-10-12 02:24 am

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Re: Agents of SHIELD Discussion - Who is Daisy meta?

(Anonymous) 2015-10-13 05:12 am (UTC)(link)
Skye Johnson: On Daisy’s name change from the perspective of a trans fan.


A name change, a first name change, is a right of passage in the trans community. Not all trans people go through it, that’s true. Just like not all people go to their highschool graduation or to prom, have a bar mitzvah or a sweet 16. But it’s just as important and affirming as any other coming of age event. Perhaps, even more so. It is one of the most concrete ways to affirm an identity. In someways it seems almost sacred.

Any thoughts on this, nonnies? The more I wander about AOS commentary, the more I wander into people saying season 2 Skye is Daisy, etc. and other things that have me realizing the name change is a bigger deal to most fans than I realized.