For me as a child, I’ve always questioned my gender and I’m still not really sure. I’ve always felt more demi-girl. So when I wear not girly things and I wear more kind of boyish, tom-boy kind of clothing, I always felt quite good.
I feel like, ‘Yes! I feel so comfortable and happy and I like showing this side of me and I don’t have to be girly and I don’t have to do these things to fit into a stereotype. I can just wear whatever I want and be comfortable and it feels good.’
Because I first truly came out from being around friends and people who also came out at the same time. In school we had LGBTQ+ group and that was great and was when I fully embraced all my identities and stuff I usually just suppressed before.