“I second-guessed myself a lot for the first couple years but came to feel very comfortable and at home with that label.”

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers Liana was raised by a fairly liberal family in a rather conservative rural community.  She started questioning her identity when she was 18…

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“Though it was difficult in the early months, it gradually became less of a purposeful action and more of a normalized routine.”

TW/CW: Abuse, addiction, war, suicide attempts Pronouns: She/Her/Hers and They/Them/Theirs By the age of 5, J. Adaline Britt started questioning her identity in small-town, rural…

Continue reading → “Though it was difficult in the early months, it gradually became less of a purposeful action and more of a normalized routine.”