Better to...

I don't get stared at but I did when I was very nervous and insecure in public which was what people were detecting instead of them reading me as a trans person (which was what I was sure was happening). In this world you need to have that confidence about who you are and then proceed on that basis. I can tell you that today I will lambaste you where you stand if you get in my face and it is that self assurance that people can detect in a person. Conversely they can also smell dread.

I have learned that in the end, it is better to have people hate you for who you are than love you for who you are not.


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