My life story
I was born in a town in California that was to hot for any normal person. How ever a am not a normal person and it was still to hot for me. My mother always wanted to leave this town but my father did not care at all. Because my father was an ass and never payed any attention to me or my 3 bothers. He was my mom's second husbandmen and was so ugly that, a-pound looking at him, one would develop a sudden nausea. I never understood why my mother married him and I still don't. He did not have much money, he wasn't at all nice and as I peevishly stated he severely lacked in the looks department. But none the less she did, and in doing so created me and my older brother. My oldest brothers how ever, were from my mom first marriage, which I don't know much about. My father died shortly after he and my mom divorced and she took it as a opportunity to move. She choose a small town nearer Morro Bay California, called Los Osos, a small loving community surround by beauty. I sent first and second grade there and we would have stayed longer if it wasn't for my Grandma. I do not blame her for this since it is not her flout, but she fell and my mom wanted to be closer to my grandma so she could help take care of her. And we moved to the worst place in California, Tehachapi.
Where do I start? This place was hell! People often think of California as a LGBTQ+ friendly place. But that means that they have never been to Tehachapi. IT'S ALL BIGOTS! LOTS OF THEM EVERYWHERE! And they are racist and sexist to! And we sadly sent three and a half years there. They were the worst years of my life! But one good thing came out of it. In the middle of homophobia and transaphobia, I began the journey to deserving my gender and sexually. And that journey continued as we moved back to the California central cost once my grandma got better. I love my life here and I'm so happy I get to live in a town were MOST People are loving and accepting! I have meany friends and family that love and accept me for who I am. And for that I am eternally grateful. My goal in life is to spread positivity, since I drown in a pool of negativity.