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🌈Q&A (No. 5)

Q1: What is your earliest memory of realizing your sexuality/gender identity? What was that like? A: My gender Identity goes back to childhood I have a very distinct memory of saying that I was just a man with a vagina (lol sorry for being graphic😭)

Q3: What was it like for you to accept yourself? Was acceptance of yourself contingent upon the acceptance from peers/loved ones? A: In the beginning, accepting myself would fluctuate. Some days I’d be super happy and others I wouldn’t. I’d say other peoples opinions made it harder at times to accept myself but now I’m at a spot where if you don’t accept me that’s not my problem and I won’t try to convince you otherwise.

Q5: Did you come out or did you just start living in your truth? Do you feel like coming out is necessary/required? Why or why not? A: I did come out, multiple times. I feel like every person who you meet and I’ve gotten close to I sort of to ‘came out’ to. I don’t think you have to though, I feel like it’s based on individual levels of comfort. For me telling people about my orientation/ identity is important for me to be vulnerable about my experience with them. Q8: What do you see for yourself in the future? Does the current state of the world have any affect on that vision? A: I see myself with a family and kids, teaching them about how to accept and respect people of all orientations and backgrounds. The current state of the world is ever changing, and I just hope that climate change doesn’t take us out before I get to make this vision real.

"For me telling people about my orientation/identity is important for me to be vulnerable about my experience with them."

- Damien Bell, He/They, Pansexual

IG: dameolii


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