What has made the pandemic Queer for you?
How did being queer effect your experience of the pandemic.
Is there a parallel in the isolation of queerness?
How has your community been affected due to covid and related restrictions?
Do you feel left out of the relief supports given out to Canadians?
Has the year of isolation helped you re-evaluate your environmental impact?
Do you walk and ride more or have health concerns meant more time driving?
Do you spend more time cooking or are the takeout/ delivery containers stacking up?
Has the pandemic affected your sleep and dreaming?
Have you lost someone to covid or related illness?
Has the pandemic prevented you from spending time with a loved one, as they moved through life changes.
Has getting the vaccine given you hope?
Or have the stories of rich people scamming the vaccine, renewed your belief that humans are bad?
Is it just a money grab for big pharma?
Will you get vaccinated? Why or why not?
What does being queer mean to you?
What about being normal?
When did you realize that you were queer?
How isolated did you feel?
Why do you or don’t you wear a mask?
Are you afraid of the disease or Do you think the threat of covid is overblown?
Have the lockdowns been strong enough?
Or are they a waste of time?
Where do you get good information about the disease?
Have you made any music during the Pandemic?
Do you have a song to share?
What are you doing to stem the ongoing epidemic of violence against racialized people?
Do you have new fears for your safety?
Are you sickened by the overt racism now or worried about it going back underground?