Logo with PoC-inclusive LGBTQIA+ Pride rainbow bridging two clouds. The words "Iggy's Initiative" are aligned one above the other in red below, with trans pride colours extending out to the right from the final 's' of "Iggy's"

I never want to hear anybody told they should “act more normal” or “try to fit in”

Ausome Charlie

Am I really trans? Fighting with my imposter syndrome

By Katie Munday (They / them) I have come out of the non-binary closet (see my coming out story here) , and I am so relieved: I am me, finally, entirely, me. When people refer to me as they/ them it makes me feel so euphoric, so seen and comfortable in my Queer embodiment. It…

Neuroqueer Cartography

Many of us understand and enjoy the journey of gender and sexuality, even when tumultuous, as we know they are a lifelong expedition.

My Coming Out Story

#NationalComingOutDay Charlie Hart tells her experience of coming out.


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