Ubiquitous Moderator she/her/hers
- Dec 23, 2019
- Gender Pronouns
- She, Her, Hers, Herself
- Gender Identity
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I think some people who are struggling with dysphoria and figuring out who they are can feel isolated and without an identity or name, especially if they're in that middle zone where their dead name doesn't fit them but they haven't found their own name.First we had a horse without name riding through the desert, now we have a girl who doesn't know her name.
I do not understand why this reflects trans people? Don't we actully know pretty precisely who we are?
Everybody has different things that work and don't work for them I suppose For myself, I express myself a lot through the music I listen to cause I've been in areas for so long where I can't express my emotions and thoughts.I am intersex, and kind of trans, but I never got the idea to reflect my being in some songs just for the sake of finding any analogy. My version of autism may be a barrier me doing so?
Or I simply do not fit into any box?
I'm going to go ahead and post that version directly. Great energy. Thanks Kenna.