Logan grew up in a white, middle-class Catholic household and started questioning their identity when they were just 12 years old.
They described their experience questioning as “exciting” yet also “kind of scary.”
Logan first came out to their friends at school, who took it well. But before then, they were anxious to even say anything.
And though they’re not out to everybody, Logan said coming out was one of the best things they’ve ever done.
“I felt such a relief; I no longer needed to hide it,” they explained.
And for those who aren’t safe or ready to come out, Logan said to go at your own pace.
“You don’t need it to be right away or flashy. Do it when you feel ready.”