hey. what’s up. my name is Kierra but most ppl call me Teddy. i’m a black trans girl who’s slowly making the strides to present the way i’ve always wanted to. i’m just trying to do the best i can to quell my dysphoria as much as possible. i have a part-time job as of now but i can only work so many hours per week, not to mention that mental illness and dysphoria make it hard enough to work as is!
if you’d like to help me move along in my journey a little faster you can donate to me thru venmo (@teddywasnthere) and thru the cash app ($teddywasnthere). if you have an issue w/ just donating i also sell my own writing @ gumroad.com/teddywasnthere and i’ll be adding more to my shop in the coming future.
if not, reblogging this helps a ton or even sending an encouraging message. even thinking about transitioning can be an exhausting and lonely process and choosing to move forward w/ it is proving to be twice as difficult, so any kind words are also appreciated. i love y'all and i hope y'all have wonderful days 🙇🏾♀️💕
the studio and just sitting in on one of Shawn’s sessions was always one of
your favorite things. You didn’t want to
have a career in the entertainment industry, but seeing the process of
everything behind making an album captivated you since the first time you saw
You sat on
the outside of the booth with a table full of snacks that Shawn requested. Playing on your phone, or scrolling through
social media, was what you did while you listened to him. He was in the middle of recording some vocals
for a piano ballad he wrote. His voice
was your favorite thing to listen to and it soothed every part of you. You couldn’t hear the music he was singing along
to, but from hearing the verse he was singing, you knew that this would be your
favorite song off his next album.