They told me that they would love me for who I am, they promised. And, my friends did keep that promise. I told them that I’m transgender and pansexual. They didn’t care, they still loved me.
January 2018 – 5 months before my 17th birthday. There was something different about me. I just thought at first “I need to lose weight” but I kept getting more and more depressed about my body. I came out in January 2018. A year goes by… I still feel the same 4 months before my… Read more »Posted by Ayden
I had a best friend — I say had because she’s no longer my best friend. Her name was Natalie, I loved her even more as a friend. We were friends since we were babies basically. At age 9 we kissed. She kissed me because she wanted to practice if a boy ever came in… Read more »Posted by Angelica Perez
I always knew I was different from everyone. Throughout grade school, I didn’t think about it because I thought it was my speech problem. My best friend told me not to worry and he’d defend me. I knew by sixth grade that I wasn’t straight. I struggled with my sexuality all through middle school. My… Read more »Posted by Angel Antosz
I grew up in a very rural area in southern Michigan. To give you an idea, my school district was comprised of two villages, and we still only had around 200 people in a one building, K-12 school. I’ve known that I was “different” ever since I can remember, but I wasn’t able to pinpoint… Read more »Posted by Heather