Brandann R. Hill-Mann is a Native American, invisibly disabled U.S. Navy veteran currently seeing the world on Uncle Sam’s dime who finds time zones annoying. She likes to wax lyrical and sometimes onanistic about topics such as race, gender, sexuality, reproductive justice, and disability, especially at the overlaps of pop-culture. She is a shameless fangirl, reader and writer of fiction, wannabe artist, gamer, chronic RP-er, comic enthusiast, and parent. She uses her superhuman tolerance for caffeine and chocolate to be a social justice warrior before mortal bedtimes, and believes that being an Aries makes her better than you. Previous writing endeavors include Change.org, Racialicious, and Don’t Dis My Ability. You can find her on Twitter and Tumblr.