Grayling, Michigan (1998)
I don't really crossdress at all now, but I remember when my family did this as a joke, I felt some part of it seemed right.
It was around this age that I first realized I was different. I was, at the very least, aware that I also liked guys.
Especially Tony, the cute boy in my 3rd grade music class.
However, I didn't come out until I moved out of my home and started college, a process which was well received by all.
Although, it took my parents a bit of time to come around.
Today, I live in Ann Arbor, MI with my wonderful partner of nearly two years, and study Art History at E. Michigan University.
For the kids out there reading this, I say:
Be yourselves, and when you are ready, make the leap.
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