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Community Stories

Queer Sibs

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Two queer siblings living under the same roof do their best to function in Quarantine. Join in as we see Yosimar, a newly out non-binary blob who struggles to unlearn everything a cis-het world has put on them thus far. In their journey of gender expression exploration Yosimar accepts guidance from their confident trans sister, Xiomara. With love and guidance, Xiomara helps Yosimar shake off the doubt and assures them that they don’t have to face it alone.

About the Artist

Yané Garcia (they/them) is a non binary writer, director and community based theatre artist. They are an alumni from Cal Poly Pomona where they graduated with a BA in Theatre Arts. After graduating they co-founded Teatro Liberado, a community based theatre company made up of Cal Poly Alumnis, where they focus on uplifting and voicing the stories of people who are often dismissed. Yané aspires to continue writing, directing and creating Queer Stories for better represention in Queer Media and for safer Queer spaces in Theatre. #Crash the cis-tem!


Xuli Garcia (She/Her) is a trans femme photographer, makeup artist and bruja. Her photography skills range from portraiture to more candid street/life photography. She has always had a love for capturing intimate moments through her lens. Xuli is a self taught makeup artist who has gained skills from exploring makeup methods from drag queens and femmes. She is grateful to live in time where Queer people are taking up more space than ever.


GC (they/them) is a dancer, wizard and talented illustrator. You can always find them tending to their herbs or soaking up the sunshine with their fur babe Shae. They feel grateful to have been able to contribute their art to this project.



Rentaro Shinohara (he/they) is a trans singer-songwriter, fire cook and plant dad. When asked to write the music for Queer Sibs, he was excited to explore what it took to create a short film soundtrack. They are forever grateful for the opportunity to collaborate with his Queer Fam.

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