jeffrey marsh

Don't forget compassion, compassion for you and compassion for the gender-fluid among us. We need teamwork and communication
"What everyone must do is get rid of that self-hating voice that is in your head."
For me, wearing what I want is non-negotiable. Clothing is my most flamboyant way to show off the real me  -- to announce who I am and where I stand.
The point of this fashion flashback is to emphasize that if there was a specific moment I 'discovered' I was gender different, it was long before I can remember. I was always me -- always wanting to wear a dress.
Editor's Note: Jeffrey Marsh is open to the use of any pronoun, but for the purposes of this story, we are using "they/them
Happiness is a process. It's learned. Practice it like you practice an instrument or sport: every day and with as much teen-aged girlish enthusiasm as you can. It doesn't seem to matter where you start. Buy a book about it, or google "how to be happy". . .
When it comes to gender identity and sexual orientation, how would you describe yourself? I never want anyone to feel bad