Completed My Mission of Being Myself
Some of the joys I experienced with my (2 or 3) moms are P-Town because it’s a happy place where I can be myself and I don’t have to worry about getting made fun of because I’m trans and have two gay moms. Another joy is getting Scout because Scout is a maniac. She jumped all over the car and barked so loud I swear everyone on the street crashed. I hated it. But it also loved because she was so cute. She looked like a gray seal but a crazy evil one. I know that she is crazy because she almost leaned out of the window of the car and she escaped 10 times in her life and she’s 3 years old! I’m just glad that I went to Maryland in 2015 to get Scout. It’s clear to see that these 2 joys are the best that ever happened to me: P-Town and getting Scout. One thing my family made easier for me was teaching me to brave, confident, fight for what’s right, and to be powerful. They taught me to be myself and that being trans is ok. Since they taught me this, I don’t have to worry. Since I’m in this camp, Colage, I completed my mission on being myself. I’m grateful for that. This was a thing that they taught me to make my life easier. As they made things easier for me, I started seeing the world differently. It effected me and made me see it in a different way. It changed me and made me feel brave in myself because I used to be afraid and I kept my secret in so long. And at age 6, I finally let my secret out. I told my moms that I was trans. And back then I didn’t know I could trust my moms. But I can. Now I finally know who I’m meant to be. I am lit. I’m gonna say this one last time…TRANS PEOPLE ARE LIT!
This is my story of my family.