My instinct was to be protective over my transness. The idea that dysphoria was not required, and that anyone could just identify as trans if they wanted to, seemed to water down the importance of my identity and the struggles of my community.
One of the things that Diana has learned is that there are those out there who identify as trans but have never suffered from dysphoria. Really? She quotes an article by Sam Dylan Finch who has six reasons why that matters.
Headaches and kufuffles - There’s this really nasty tension headache that’s been imposing itself upon me the last few days. Really nasty. So nasty in fact that I had to ask Harry ...
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