(A person wearing glasses with short hair and a serious expression looks out from a purple circle)
Justin: Let’s be clear. My gender identity is many things. But most of all? It is… harmless!
(The person sits on the floor playing with a baby, surrounded by blocks and toys)
Text: My gender identity isn’t a bad influence.
(The person is displeased as a magnifying glass is held up to them while they’re trying to work at a desk)
Text: I’m not “shoving it down your throat.”
Justin: In fact, I’d rather you move past it, than focus on it.
(The person throws their arms out next to a map of the United States of Justin Hubbell, which is made up of states including: bacon, history, politics, toys, comics, Star Trek, and more)
Justin: I am more than my gender identity!
(Contains three panels within and the person sits on a stool with their arms crossed)
Text in first panel: My gender identity isn’t an illness.
(A hand holding a plexor/reflex hammer over a medical chart)
Text in next panel: It isn’t a cry for help.
(A whistle, an airhorn, and a megaphone)
Text in last panel: It’s not a sin.
(A silhouette behind a book marked “Holy Book”)
Justin: If you want to support me ask me how!
(Several people at what appears to be a pride event, holding several different types of pride flags, except for one person wearing sunglasses with a frown on his face and a phone in his hand)
Text: You don’t have to like my gender identity. But if you don’t respect it, then you don’t respect me.
(An angry, shirtless person yells at Justin; the background is filled with slurs and complaints about gender)
Justin: And if that’s the case, well?
(The angry person disappears in a poof and Justin dusts his hands off)
Justin: We’re done!
(Justin shoos a dismayed look at a chest full of costumes)
Justin: It’s not a costume!
(Justin gapes up at a heavily sealed building with warning signs all over it)
Justin: It’s not a means to invade your space…
(Justin stares disgustedly over his shoulder at the various male and female symbols used to denote gendered spaces)
Justin: …especially some lousy bathroom!
(Justin, wearing pigtails, turns his head away from a leering person)
Text: I don’t make time to educate people who demand answers.
Leering Person: Hey! You One of them he-shes??
(A person with longer hair and glasses asks Justin a question)
Person: So what is “genderqueer?”
(Justin’s face within a circle, wearing their glasses)
Justin: Sometimes I’ll know the answers… Sometimes not!
Text: My gender identity is flawed because I myself am flawed.
(Justin with their arms spread wide, sans glasses and with their hair in a ponytail and bracelet, surrounded by various clothes)
Justin: Because who isn’t!
(Justin’s face within a square)
Justin: And that’s what I love about it!
(Justin, again wearing glasses, stands among several other presumably genderqueer people with content expressions)
Text: Let’s be clear:
Justin: There are lots of things to be ashamed about. But gender identity is not one of them.
Text in Bold Yellow: Not ever!
Text: JustinHubbel.com patreon.com/justinhubbel