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Mirrors: Can’t Live With/Can’t Live Without Them

The dual nature

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Ever since my discovery that I was a transgender female, I have become aware of the dual nature of mirrors.

There are the private mirrors. The ones we look at when we are alone. They either make you really feel very good or really bad. They reflect how you feel inside about who you are.

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