Being me

In all my life one thing always has stayed with me, and that’s my passion for writing, and I am going to lie and say that it’s easy to be a writer with Cerebral Palsy. Some days I can’t physically type so I have no choice but to speak to my phone it writes for me. A lot of people which is the hardest to deal with having a disability or being transgender? First of all, I would like to point out that they are two different things. Being transgender is much harder to cope with. In a sense that my disability is visible, therefore it leaves less need of an explanation, and most people respect my disability on the other side of the coin, gender dysphoria is invisible. Gender dysphoria is when you’re not comfortable the body parts that make up your gender and/ or much more. Sometimes I need my space and at times I need my friends.

Stay Strong and Smile,

Alex

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