I have a long history of feeling misunderstood and undervalued.
I have a son and a daughter.
Every year, I am asked to wear a different shirt to school, or a different pair of shoes to school.
Sometimes I wear my hair in pigtails or I wear a wig or wig, or wear a flowery dress.
They say it’s my style, but I don’t see myself as a style.
And that’s why I find myself in this position.
In 2013, I decided to transition from male to female.
At first, I was nervous about this.
I wanted to make sure that I was OK with what I had done.
But the more I learned, the more it made me feel like this was the right thing to do.
There are some things that I feel like are wrong about what it is to be transgender.
First of all, it’s hard to transition.
You’re still going to have the male parts of your body, so that’s not something you want to put on the outside.
The hormones also affect how you feel about yourself.
If you have a gender identity disorder, you are not really a woman.
You can’t feel like a woman, you can’t see yourself as a woman and it’s difficult for your friends to understand.
It is a lot of emotional and psychological work to accept yourself as female and be accepted by others.
That’s a huge part of the struggle.
So for me, this was something I was really excited about.
Second of all is the fact that it has changed my life.
It has opened my eyes to other perspectives and it has made me more aware of the people around me.
It has been really good.
Finally, I really wanted to be like everyone else.
I want to be accepted for who I am and what I’m capable of.
But I also want to know that my friends will not judge me.
That I will be treated equally and with dignity.
I’m a young girl and I’m also a little bit of a tomboy, so I also wanted to embrace this.
All these things make me feel very happy.
I have found my own way and I think it is a big step forward.