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One year after coming out to her parents as trans, Brenda still finds them in denial and hoping she will return to being their son.
Chennai Dost founder Vikranth reflects on visibility, community and the meaning of Pride in his blog post
Every transsexual goes through a battle to relate her personal feelings to the society and often to his/her own family. But certainly that is what makes us that much stronger and wholesome. Atleast we take on the mental conditioning of society, feel a lot more liberated and question suppression. And being a Transexual for me is not about the glamour or the awe-struck compliments from sleazy men. Its about being ME!
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