We are each composed of many identities that shape who are as unique individuals. Race, gender, age, sexual orientation, religion, class, nationality, ability, and more. Some of these identities may define us and some may confine us. Some of these identities may offer us privilege and some may marginalize us as defined by cultural and societal “norms.” Through the use of conjoining text fragments, these related yet opposing words find new connections along the way through shared letters and the discovery of new forms.