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Difficult People.” At six foot two and sporting patterned athleisure, she’s the most noticeable person at FIKA, the Swedish café in the theater district where we’ve met to chat about her life as a trans activist in the otherwise stale, male and pale miasma of the entertainment industry.

Her embrace upon recognizing me is all-encompassing and sincere, like the magna mater meets Barry’s Bootcamp.

My friend Victoria’s sister Pam, a lovely woman who worked for Ralph Lauren, died of AIDS some years ago and I have always taken that show to heart.

I wonder if people still do, now that there’s Pr EP and the Cocktail, but of course, this is probably my flawed, privileged thinking.

But I’m pretty sure Shakina would agree with me on one thing.

She may be a messianic Jew but we both pray to the same God: Musical theater. The ways musicals elevate expression has informed my life on many levels.

A hefty task, but that’s all in a day’s work for a pussy these days, manifested or otherwise.

As though to further explain all of this, Shakina parses the “Fuck you, Marcy,” beat from “Difficult People,” what could well be the the platonic paradigm of her character Lola making short shrift of people’s assumptions.

The thing is, who isn’t talking about vaginas these days?

From Issa Rae on “Insecure” with her Broken Pussy rap — “maybe it’s broke as hell/ maybe it really smells” — to Donald Trump and a whole slew of interchangeable, tired politicians with their interchangeable, tired ideology, not to mention countless brogressives and slacktivists sounding off on Facebook, everybody’s locked in an endless comment war about pussies and what should go in them and come out of them and who can and can’t grab them.

” A world where, to quote breast cancer survivor, sex educator and activist Ericka Hart, “Shakina grew up Jewish as Jared Allen Nayfack in Orange County, California, and faced a staggering amount of harassment as a gay teen and almost no backup from teachers and school administrators.

When she was 16, she gave herself a tattoo of side-by-side male symbols, figuring that if she were found dead this would be an worked with the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN) to lead trainings for educators and youth activists all over the country, so they could create GSAs in their schools and develop policies around bullying and expand the definitions of sexual harassment and discrimination to include sexual orientation, perceived sexual orientation and gender identity.

— so she apologizes as she tears into a veggie wrap.

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