Being Jazz
Being Jazz My Life as A (transgender) Teen By Jennings, Jazz eBook - 2016

As a child, I destroyed anything pink or purple, refused to wear girls clothes and often referred to myself as a boy.

I am so glad that no one intervened medically (hormones/surgery) in ways that I would be dealing with for the rest of my life.

I've learned that society's gender roles are wrong and that I don't have to conform to them or make changes to my healthy body, regardless of my preferences & choices.

Claiming 'transgender' reinforces gender stereotypes more than it refutes them.

In children, I think this is especially dangerous and confusing.

I do not mean any disrespect. Question everything. Eschew all labels. Look outside yourself.

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