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Things not to say to a trans person – Free Speech – BBC Three

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What it’s like to be intersex – BuzzFeed Video

Four beautiful young people talking about finding their ways into their authentic being and senses of identity – despite what sound like sometimes brutal experiences of coercive external locus, other people’s assumptions, and aloneness. Brief, moving insight into the experience … Continue reading

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