I did not realize who I was until I stopped being who I was not
“I am gay” were the three most difficult words that I had to say in my entire life
I had a chance to talk to Sarah about her physical transition just 8 weeks after her gender reassignment operation.
It feels fabulous to be able to be me!
I think I always knew, for as long back as I can remember. I was the gentle one, the artistic one, the imaginative one the one who could entertain himself all alone.
My journey is not over
On January the 1st 2016 I came out to my wife after 42 years of marriage. It was the end of denying who I was and the start of the life I was meant to live.
I take pleasure in the small things
Unlike many other transgender people, I didn’t grow up knowing that I was born in the wrong body.
I hide no longer
Each day I try to imagine what it means to be living without disguises, and each day I come up short.
It may sound cheesy or corny...
Interview with Wyatt Marchessault in Victoria, BC on March 26, 2017
I am thankful!
Story from Rae Clark, submitted to the LWD Project August 4, 2017.
I feel like I can do anything now!
I love the person I am today because I feel free to be who I really am.
I don't have to be the fake me; I can just be me.
I don’t have to be the fake me; I can just be me.
I am now more active and accepting of all parts of myself
Right now, I feel like I’m in the best place I’ve ever been in my life.
I’ve decided that in my life it’s not worth holding myself back
I will speak up.
Each new day is an opportunity to allow more light into your life.
I'm finally living life
I want people to be able to find the same thing I have found
I'm true to myself
This is the real me, and I’m confident, and here I am.
Ultimately, it's all about possibility
I think I’ve largely had to make my own opportunities
I'm here to stay
Go out every day and be me and not hide any part of it
And now here I am
I feel whole, and more me than I ever have.
I love exploring
I get to live in a safe environment and be who I am