Within this chapter, Bryant explores an approach of teaching critical autoethnography as intersectional praxis, and a particular pedagogy of doing. The project includes preliminary instructional considerations, a micro-autoethnography that focuses on his own confluence of race/gender/sexuality, and two poetic autoethnographies written by students. The poems are accompanied by critical analysis that exposes the complex nexus of identity politics involving race, citizenship, health, and self-cutting as a psychology of coping.