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When Two Trans Kids Find Each Other

I found this trans kid who looks up to me

Courtesy of Nathan Ziemanski, Unsplash. Pictured: a trans pride flag-colored oceanic sunset. Two individuals sit together by the water.

Iam not the wisest trans person ever, by any means. I consider myself to be… decently wise as a trans person. I’m wise enough to write these blog posts and get my words in some high places like PsychToday and U.S. Bank’s Trans Day of Visibility programming, but not wise enough to walk up to a person like Kate Bornstein or Laverne Cox…

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Hi, I’m Oak. It’s nice to meet you. Let’s talk gender. Find me at theoaknotes@gmail.com. Words: Psychology Today.

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