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As you all know, a couple months back i came out as transgender and immediately took it back. at that time i didn’t have any resources or any means to achieve my own personal standard of what transgender was. it’s been a long five months since that time and i’ve grown a lot as a person. as a young child i remember putting towels on my head and telling my mother that i was a woman. my family thought i’d grow out of this phase once i grew up. that was never true, however i made myself more masculine so that other men would find me appealing. it was wrong, i never felt like identified as a g*y man. i think doing drag has inspired me to find my own femininity, when i first started drag i was trapped thinking i had to be masculine in order to be “normal”. the more i did drag, the more i felt comfortable being feminine and blurring the lines between drag and my every day lifestyle. it’s been hard determining what i really want with myself and who i really am, i know it’s been exhausting for you guys trying to keep up with my gender identity. it has been for me too. transitioning is so scary to me and i’m scared to even post this message. but i wanted to tell you guys in the entire world that i am in fact transgender and plan on transitioning very soon. now that i’m in a more comfortable place in life and have better means to carry out my dreams, i feel more comfortable telling you guys and being more honest with you all. thank you guys so much for understanding and i hope for a better future.