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“I was talking to “Anonymous” about her family relationships. Meanwhile, Silver's RokuTV is suggesting I watch "Miracle on 34th Street."

People like me generally despise holidays. Holidays aren't fun and sweet and adorable for many of us in the LGBTQIA+ realm. “Anonymous”'s family has said to her that they only want to see her if she transitions back.

If you're not transgender, nonbinary, or gender-nonconforming, you'll never fully understand how devastating that can be to hear from family members.

If I were “Anonymous”, then I would feel like, "Oh, so you only love me if I hate myself and my body in order to please you."

Do you know what would **actually** be a "miralce? If more families could love their family members, regardless of gender identity and sexual orientation. That would be miraculous, and we would be oh so grateful for it.”

All our best and love

Ross Fraser and Jeni Dern

Words – Zenith/ AuThentically AuTistic-they/them/theirs

Graphic Design App – Canva

In association with Service Graphics and Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm, Somerset.

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Ross Fraser
Ross Fraser
19 déc. 2023

As human rights activists, Jeni and I were hoping to add posts like this to our advent calendar. The end of the year can be very different depending on your life and circumstances. Our community is made up of individuals, and that means different, lives viewpoints and experiences. I can imagine what it’s like to feel rejected by the world. I’ve been homeless three times, and was deeply masked, trapped in my head for 38 years. However my family did accept the true me when I unmasked. I honestly can’t imagine how I’d have felt if they hadn’t. Our hearts and thoughts, go out to “Anonymous”, and anyone that is in the same situation this Christmas. Acceptance is a miracle…

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