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  • Hannah Crazyhawk


To all my trans friends, I see you, and I love you! ❤️ Also, just wanted to share - I'm trans/genderqueer. It's been years of hiding and shame. I've come to realize I'm not the gender I was assigned. Last year I had multiple reconstructive groin surgeries for my autoimmune disease (hidradenitis suppurativa). Those surgeries were the turning point, the breaking point. I've known since I was three years old that I wasn't okay with being a female. My Pronouns are she/they/he for now. I may transition further, I may not. What matters to me is being real and honest with myself and others. I'm on a journey of discovery and free to be me. Isn't that what we all truly want - to just be ourselves?


Image credit: The Human Rights Campaign

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