As a fellow trans person, I expected Jenny to be welcoming and want to help me with my creative development. I was wrong. She consistently talked down to me and said rude things about my writing style. To be clear, I'm more than willing to take constructive criticism, but that's not what happened. Her feedback was inconsistent and contradictory. One moment she said the writing felt effortless, poetic, and expertly executed, the next she said that it was jarring and stilted. She said she really loved the thought and messaging behind a story, the next she said that she wasn't sure what the point of it was. When I was talking in workshop, she would consistently interrupt me, though the whole point of the workshop process is to have everyone give their feedback. Again, to be clear, it's not like I would ramble on for ten minutes. I'd give the normal amount of feedback and try to make it as concise as possible. I didn't get anything particularly valuable from the class and didn't really get the chance to connect with my classmates, because any time not in workshop she would ramble about her personal life. On top of all that, she misgendered me. Coming from cis professors, this sucks, but it was extra painful coming from a trans one. I've never had a creative writing teacher treat me this way at Barnard or Columbia. If you're serious about being a writer, I suggest taking creative writing classes with literally anyone else.