Le’Quann /

“I’m OK

Someone like me is always OK. Or at least that’s what I tell people. It’s hard to relate with such a structured life but in my life I was mentally abused always being the blame when you are told you have to be masculine it stuck with me when every word you hear is “It’s your fault” I grew to take the blame for everything. Always saying sorry or I’m ok, not being allowed to cry because “you’re a man”. Growing up always covering my mouth is a defense of mine as you pay close attention to me. Always look into my eyes cause they hold the story I hide.”

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