Rhiannon Collett is a nonbinary playwright and model based in Canada.
Quotes[edit | edit source]
"There's this idea that masculinity is inherently the neutral—that to be really nonbinary, you have to adhere to this standard that fits a white, skinny, masculine presenting body. I was talking with a friend recently about how I sometimes wish that I had a flatter chest so I could look more androgynous, and they cut me off in the middle of my sentence and were like: Breasts aren’t inherently gendered. This was a good reminder that bodies are bodies and gender is a construct. But truthfully? I have a bit of a love-hate relationship with modeling. I’ll feel really sexy, then my Christian shame kicks in and I think: Oh God, everyone on the internet has seen my butt."
Plays written[edit | edit source]
- Miranda & Dave Begin Again
- The Kissing Game
- Tragic Queens
- There are No Rats in Alberta
References[edit | edit source]
- Collett, Rhiannon (7 July 2014). "I'm 19 and on the cusp of something". The Globe and Mail. Retrieved 9 May 2020.
- Knegt, Peter (13 February 2018). "Meet the young queer artists pushing boundaries at Canada's oldest festival of new work". CBC Arts. Retrieved 9 May 2020.
- Isador, Graham (22 May 2018). "What It's Like to Be a Genderqueer Lingerie Model". Vice. Retrieved 9 May 2020.