How and where did you access it?
We read it at school.
How did it make you feel?
I really identified with Viola/Cesario's confusion over their gender identity and desires. It made me really happy to see something so canonical that was a 'love' comedy express what felt to me like very queer expressions of attraction. It's messy and funny and heartbreaking and erotic and just !! pretty dang gay.
Did you share it?
Yes! Although I didn't realise that it was the queerness of the play that spoke to me until much later, like I would keep coming back to it.