I am a queer, trans-identified, third-wave feminist, trans-racially and internationally adopted person of color.
I just graduated from a women’s college that I have been proud to call my home for the past four years, despite the complications that come from not identifying as a woman.
I am aware of the privilege that I have in this classist society as someone who never had to worry about money growing up and whose education and upbringing have thus far positioned them for success, according to society’s standards. I am aware of the privilege that I have in this ableist society as someone who is temporarily able-bodied.
I am still exploring who I am as a trans individual and what that identity means to me.