This series explores queer disidentification—How LGBTQ individuals in different communities and social environments construct, engage in, and practice their own disidentities not bound by any existing structure. Queer identities exist in a state of dynamism, always with the potential of change but can also exist in a state of stability. Constant deconstruction and reconstruction of self is something LGBTQ people engage in regularly, particularly those who do not fit into the standards of homonormativity. To “queer” your identity is not to create a counter identity—Rather, it is to disidentify entirely and remove yourself from any existing framework. The uncanny and playful performative acts in these photographs represent the precarious nature of queer identity and the vast potential it has to form, transform, and reform. This series explores disidentification, self-representation, and the fluidity of becoming, as well as call attention to the struggles from which disidentification is manifested—The gaze, the oppression, the self-doubt, and the self-destruction.