So I'm proud to declare that I'm really on a transition.
I'm confident in who I am and that makes me happy. Not all transexual people are so fortunate. It's a reality that some people never get to have. For me, being trans has had an impact on my musical career but also my physical one. Being able to express myself in a way that can be accepted and is not ashamed of is how I feel I should be treated. Recently though I have gotten some serious pressure from some transphobic people (but less in the last month) that I should just change my name. they say that I was born the wrong way and cannot change and that it does my privacy no good if they find out, it has nothing to do with my romantic life.
For years, trans people and activists have protested what they see as transphobic, transphobic songs, like Frank Ocean's "Bad Religion," which used the term "transgender" in the title, or, in 2011, the use of the word "tranny" by "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Brandi Glanville... U know what I mean? And I got a bajillion fans like really now? And I've worked with Jay Z and I've worked with Kanye and I've done a bunch of other stuff, but when you play around with my name, and you get your picture taken with me, and you get a picture taken with myself doing all these cool things, if you're a guy, I'm not sure how I'm gonna like it, but I think it's gonna blow.
I'm probably the most cute and intelligent person in the world. I don't know why I've got nothing but effortless relationships with the most awesome men I could ever imagine in my life. If only I knew more about women and sex. If only I had a bigger dick. Fuck me and all women, I love my one of a kind self so much.
you looked more like a girl before
Ur trans? hmm, didn't know that. I would just like to clarify that I'm not being trans phobic when i say things that offend you, i just feel that you are an idiotic asshole regardless of your gender choice.
btw, its really creepy seeing this:
next to this: