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Ren Brady (RB)

(He/Him/His, They/Them/Theirs)
The first moment I could see my future as a trans man or trans masculine person was...
Honestly, I didn’t realize it at the time, but it was in Elementary school when I would pretend to be Sam, because Sam could be anyone, and to me that meant I could be the nonbinary boy I didn’t get to be in regular life. It was my opportunity to imagine a world where I could be trans without knowing that’s what I was doing.
Resources that helped me...
I’ve gotten most of my resources, support, and community from following various transmascs on Instagram. I get to see so many different people be transmasc in so many different ways and it expanded my understanding of what it could mean to be transmasc, especially how I could reclaim my effeminate qualities as extensions of my masculinity.
Character drawings by Joey Borrelli.
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