Part 1 was all about “other” people and general concepts. But now it’s time to get personal.
As I’ve continued to educate myself about gender and sexuality, I actually see it as more than just a spectrum. That people can be a part of it, express their own version, or be completely outside it. And even within the labels, there is a huge range of experiences and preferences. Why would we want to squash the beautiful differences in identity and expression? They can in fact expand our connection to humanity and to each other.