Trey and Tali hide out in a doorway recovering from the fear and flight of a bigoted attack. Their date ended before it really had a chance; but the conversation is only beginning.
Content Warning: Discussions of violence and transphobia
This episode was written and directed by Evan Tess Murray, creator of the deeply touching audio fiction This Planet Needs a Name, among others, and featured Charlie Pacheco and Khalila Roney. Audio production was by Cass McPhee.
MonkeyTales cover art is by Cora May. Our theme song is “Follow the Muse,” by Deborah Linden.
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Thank you for returning for another hopepunk story. We’ll be back again next month with another new writer. Take care, fight back where you can, and keep finding love.
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