Latinx proposes to intersect the space in-between identities. An intersectional framework engaged in a quantitative process is utilized to demonstrate the identity formation for Latinx 2SLGBTQ people living in the City of Toronto. Through looking at the work of Latinx authors developing the testimonios scholarship, various themes emerged from the authentic and multifaceted existences of the research participants. Four themes consisting of various multidimensional factors articulate the participant’s experiences as Othered and Latinx 2SLGBTQ people. Recording and transcribing three narratives from Latin American-identifying 2SLGBTQ people in their lived experience in Toronto suggests the need for a call for inclusive change in the Latinx and 2SLGBTQ communities.