Looking back, seeing the little parts of myself that distinguished me from other kids – they’re the best parts of myself that I love, and that it’s just so important to embrace.
When I was about 6 years old, I had my first tugging feeling that I wasn’t like the other little girls running around in the playground. They’d all talk about makeup, princesses, fairy tales, and how they thought the boy on the jungle gym was cute while I sat in a corner, my nose buried… Read more »Posted by Mikala
Since my first day at Girl Scouts I knew I was gay. I happened to see the most beautiful girl and my first thought was that I’d marry her someday. Well fast forward a few years, add in some growing up, experimenting with boys I finally realize what little me had already figured out. Once… Read more »Posted by Nicole
My journey to love and accept myself was a long one. I was always different. I was an immigrant, an ESL student, poor, talked differently, short, round, didn’t have a traditional family structure and was not completely what society assumes as “masculine.” I hated it. I just wanted to fit in. Given my parents were… Read more »Posted by Manas