The term ‘folx’ is a coded way of saying ‘folks like us’ in the LGBTQ+ community. The term includes all genders, especially those whose identities are both radically non-conforming and deeply political. This work explores the lives of trans and non-binary folx through a variety of photographic mediums and techniques. These methods were prone to flaws such as light leaks and double exposure. Self-portraits and transcripts of a recorded conversation frame this work and provide insight into an overlooked narrative. The patriarchal notion of gendered colours is challenged through the abstract representation of trans and non-binary identities illustrated within the everyday. In particular, the point-of-view of an Irish-born Chinese non-binary lesbian, an ace non-binary person and a trans man bind this work together.