Trans People Need Your Allyship, Not Your Understanding

A white person with a nose piercing and long brown hair holding a slip of paper across their eyes. Photo by Sharon McCutcheon on Unsplash

The catered coming out story

For three-and-a-half years now, I’ve known that I am trans. Back then, when I started writing about gender, I was crafting the first narratives that would help me integrate my emerging identity into my established self-concept. These stories found roots in dissonance with childhood toys, with my body during puberty, and…




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white, trans/agender, femme often disguised as masc, NW-based. exploring gender beyond traditional narratives.

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