Annie Tritt

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Annie Tritt

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Photo by Annie Tritt from "Transcending Self," an ongoing project about transgender and nonbinary youth: “Before I felt like I was always trying to squeeze into jeans that were six sizes too small, but now it feels like I'm in jeans that were made just for me. I don’t feel uncomfortable. I am not always sad or overly upset. I am free. I now feel like I have a purpose. I no longer wake up hating myself or this world that does not understand me. I wake up with a smile, not because my life is so great, but because I love who I am. Being transgender is not a choice, although we do choose to transition. Being transgender does not mean you have to be super feminine or masculine. It means that you do not identify with the gender you were born. We are just people who understand both sides of life because we have life on both sides of the spectrum. Call us as we tell you to, not as you see us," said Azaj, 17, in Oakland, California.

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