I think that a lot of people don't understand how much discrimination transgender people actually face. They think that we're just kind of saying it to put it out there and get sympathy, but that's not true at all.
Being transgender isn't a medical transition. It's a process of learning to love yourself for who you are.
I wouldn't change myself at all. Being transgender makes me who I am: a strong person, a confident person. Being transgender gives me my personality.
Falling in love. Being in love. It's something I dream of, something I want to feel.
I want to help transgender individuals who might be struggling realize that they have to love themselves and stay true to who they are because if they keep moving forward, and keep a positive attitude, then things will get better.
I wish everything was gender neutral. I wish we weren't separated by boundaries like pink and blue and little things like that. I wish we could choose how we express ourselves without hate.
Just like everyone else, I'm not perfect; I go through challenges as well.
I'm open, and I'm out there, but I also enjoy being alone, relaxing.
If someone says something hurtful to you or makes you feel down on yourself, then you just gotta stay positive and keep moving forward because they might not know much about you, or they may not understand the situation.
If people are going to judge me without fully understanding the content of my character, then their opinion just isn't worth it.
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