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Quinn

“It’s hard that my outward appearance doesn’t match what I feel like on the inside.”
– Quinn

Quinn - Brent Dundore Photography - They/Them Project - Minneapolis Commercial Photographer

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Quinn

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Listen to Quinn’s interview with Brent here:

Q: How do you deal with your dysphoria?

A: I’ve dealt with gender dysphoria since I was 11. Having breasts became intolerable for me, as my body just didn’t match who I really was meant to be, and I didn’t feel like I was authentically myself. Dealing with it has been hard since I had to navigate this part by myself. To help with my physical appearance I use a binder which flattens my chest and makes me look more biologically male presenting. I have started to deal with everything by reaching out to people who feel the same way I do about their bodies. It’s been very helpful to know there are the people I turn to when things are bad, and that I’m not alone in this. I really appreciate this supportive community. To learn much more about my gender dysphoria, challenges I face even in the queer community, and much much more, listen to my interview at TheyThemProject.org

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