The display of the poem, as well as t-shirts with Gap’s rainbow-coloured logo, will go live on June 28. The poem centers around dreams and exclusion, which reflects Jamal’s experience with transphobia and bigotry more broadly. They have spoken about their desire for transness to be normalised, not something that has to be rooted in exceptionalism and pitied. In their short, powerful poem for Gap, Jamal stresses that if someone’s dream for a perfect future does not include trans people, then they do not want to be a part of that dream. In doing so, Jamal reminds us to be mindful of who we’re centering when we talk about liberation and pride.