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a Few Words

The Letter to My Mum I’d Write

If I thought she’d understand

Photo by Kate Macate on Unsplash

Mum, I know you don’t understand very well what’s happening. I know you seem to think my love of makeup and my clothing choices aren’t usual. You even question if I’m regressing in gender identity back to more feminine. We fight about it a lot, and I’ve had to lie to you to tell you that I’m a drag queen. Because I don’t have the mental energy to educate you on…




A few words can change lives.

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Robin Kyrie

Robin Kyrie

Writing about: LGBTQIA+ Issues || Mental Health || Short Stories. Demi-male, trans-masculine — They/Them pronouns. Can be found at — https://deviateddroid.com

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