Sentences We Didn’t Finish
The Weekly Standard -

"I was assigned female at birth, but as I got older I felt less and less feminine. I am not someone who always knew I was transgender. I knew it only when the body I loved—my androgynous child’s body—turned into something unmistakably female. I got breasts. And suddenly . . . ” (“When Neither Male Nor Female Seems to Fit,” New York Times, June 3).


Related Articles