That I wasn't like anyone else but I didn't know how to express it, exactly. I want the work to resonate with and uplift transgender people, but more than that, I want it to resonate on some primal, core level with non-trans people. To show the body trapped inside the skin I was walking around in. They are alive, confident and decidedly male. Click here to view. You May Also Like.
Sandra is my everything," Harrison said. It's "very important to me because we've been through good times and very traumatic times together. I want to communicate what it's like to be transgender to those people. My mom and dad were parents to so many of my friends who were disowned for being LGBT.
While some might find raw, unflinching images like the ones below provocative, if they are meant to provoke anything it's honest conversation and a challenge to current discourse and culture.