“Being LGBT and African American is definitely a different experience than being LGBT and white. There’s a lot of homophobia and transphobia within certain black communities and a lot of racism in the LGBT community. I find a lot of solace in being with other LGBT people of color.
Mentioning my sexuality and gender identity to my roommate in freshman year really seemed to make her think of me differently. She stopped being friendly and talkative once she found out I didn’t identify as a woman and so living together all year got pretty uncomfortable.
I love being myself. Even though I’m still coming into my identity and I’m only out to certain people, I’m proud of who I am. I’m also in a club for trans students at my college and I’ve met some really great people through it.”
i've always been a liam girl but ill be honest i don't really like strip that down that much and i was a little saddened that i disliked it, but that PERFORMANCE?!?!!?! like i'm actually floored he lowkey sounded better than the recording and i'm so proud of him for dancing he's actually kind of a natural?????? even though you can tell he was nervous but AA that makes me even more proud bc he nailed it anyway and Wow™ he is like actually such a talented performer i need my inhaler