Lexia Garcia from Albuquerque. To be "real," not only meant defining my physical appearance, but also doing work that spoke to my heart and values. Surgeon, PhD. Aaron Duncanson from Portland, Ore. No one knew what I was struggling with, what I tried to hide most of my life. Loren from Portland, Ore.
The Butterfly Project with Jessica Lynn
Jessica Lynn Photography | Model: Cortni
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Jessica Lynn to bring message of transgender acceptance, September 26
After coming out and finally starting to feel comfortable with myself, I felt an incredibly deep desire to see my story, and similar stories, in a narrative form on screen. Freedom to live authentically, to support our families and our communities Welcome to this evolving collection. Now I am not afraid to speak up, be visible, and engage in life.
Agnlaa from Murfreesboro, Tenn. This journey has naturally led to the realization of how important it is to have voices within the community telling our stories instead of ones told about us. Jennifer Finney Boylan Author. Next article daughter fucks sleeping dad on slutload