i'm not going to talk about a genre of music.
what i'm gonna talk about is a book "being jazz"
jazz is a nickname a girl named herself.
although she was given a boy's name,she was born with girl's mind and boy's body.
as you might guess by a rainbow mark which put on the book cover,she mentioned about transgender in this book.
this book tought me bunch of things, it's not just about comprehension of transgender,but how important to be open-minded person and accept everyone in terms of who he/she is.
it's doesn't matter if she is female,he is male, height, weight, colour, religious, poverty, royalty.
the matter is always who you are, he is,she is,i am. we need to understand a person as a person,as not category they are put into.
this book was definitely the one i should encounter before getting married. the reason why i said that is as i said before,jazz tought me how important to be an open-minded person. i think when couples would be lucky enough to become parents,they normally dream their ideal kids. and then they also feel kind of worry if their kids aren't gonna be ideal kids,i mean gender or abilities.
finally,i really respect jazz for what she done and going to do. she is an enormous advocate for those who have distressed from teasing and misunderstanding who they are. surprisingly when this book was published,she was a teen-age-girl.
i need to be a person can accept and understand every person as individuals.
and i'm not afraid of expose who i am,not afraid of how people think about me.
How to be a trans* ally!! this is very important to me and to many many others. while you might say "autumn ur barely nb anyways" true but at drivers ed last night i got to introduce myself as autumn to a totally new person who doesn't know me as my birth name. and the fact that while yes, i don't mind if you use she/her or they/them pronouns, it's still very life-giving for me to introduce myself as autumn and yanno all that. #transgender#transally#transgenderally#nonbinary#transwoman#transman