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The Harm in “Gender Dysphoria”

It’s deeper than you think

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People come in all shapes and sizes; we are taught this when we are little. We see it with our own eyes and understand different kinds of people can and do exist. It is because of this that I was able to understand my identity and self easier than what’s to be expected by cisgender people. As a child, I was able to realize and accept that despite my body presenting…

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She/Her • Author of “Nothing Really Happens”

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