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Smile at every: sir, son, boy.

by BecomingLuke on December 30, 2012   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


Whenever I'm around my family all I hear is "she" "girl" or my girl name so whenever I get called a boy or sir it makes me just happy that I'm either passing or that the person knows and respects it enough to call me that.
It frustrates me family when I get called a boy and they feel the need to correct them, so I try to hide my happiness about it but when I don't need to it makes it all the better.
So I'm all the more thankful for the volunteer and director at my secret-trans-group that make it a point to say "sir" or Logyn to me whenever they can, just because they know it helps.

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