I’m not an IT

I am not an it.

I am not an object.

I have a pulse.

I have a beating heart.

I am made of stardust.

I am made up of skin and bones.

and you still call me an it.


I’ve talked to my dad, who keeps misgendering me, and I asked him to at least try to use male pronouns. And with a confused look on his face he explained: “But you’re an it.” I am completely dumbfounded. He called me an it. Like I’m an object. How often do I have to state that I’m a guy just like him? It’s not called “changing the sex” it’s called Sex Reassignment for I am a boy in a girls body. Not a girl. 

I’m not your daughter. I never was and never will be.

I’m your son, Dad.



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