I'm finally coming home after my stay in Hawaii, and I would like to come out with something.
Serena Radona is transgender.
I am transgender, female to male if you want to be specific.
She is actually a he.
Ideally, I would like to be called he, but if you would rather not call me a "he", that's fine - it's just ideally, not realistically. I know people are still going to see me as a girl, and I don't mind. Not everyone knows.
This is terrifying despite doing this over a screen as I do not know everyone view on this type of topic and it can be dangerous if the reaction is negative, but nonetheless, I'd like to be out. I want to be open with myself and even though it's just a minor part of my identity, I'd like the testers to understand it whether they agree or disagree with how I perceive myself.
I like the way I identify and I feel happy with myself the way I am now, "Aneres" being a name I hold dearly now something I can gladly call my own. In all honesty, ever since identifying as such, I've felt a lot more comfortable and confident with myself.
For the first time in my life, I like me, and that's all there is to it.
Please try to understand.
- Aneres Radona