Justin wants to learn and understand how to effectively communicate with people from different cultures and backgrounds. By working with Culturs, he aims to better handle stories from varying walks of life. He wants to write how pop culture, television/film, and video games have evolved over time to analyze the pros and cons of representation and accuracy for marginalized groups.
Writing queer content for video game narratives is still brand new, with the audience and narratives viewed primarily through a cisgender heterosexual lens. However, the push for more queer acceptance and normalization in various mediums has given rise to mini-explosions of good, and bad, representation on digital screens.
He is passionate about LGBTQ+ issues and video games because he has been a longtime gamer since he was 8 years old, and queer his whole life. With LGBTQ+ narratives continuing to be introduced and enhanced through storytelling, he wishes to push the envelope on queer normalization in the mainstream media for liberation and acceptance.