Our National TRUTH Council works to uplift the stories and truths of trans young people throughout the US. In this project, Western member Sam uplifts the story of Rami. Read Rami’s interview here!
Q: What is your name and pronouns?
A: My name is Rami and I use they/them pronouns. I’m 18 years old.
Q: What does your liberated world look like?
A: I am a Capricorn so it’s hard for me to think that broadly sometimes, but I think it means that everyone is thriving and has space and support to grow, with a new system of everything that values us instead of oppression.
Q: What is it like being Trans in the Bay Area?
A: I get strange stares and people start intrusive conversations with me and won’t respect my pronouns or gender but that’s a given since people understand what it means to be gay more than trans and especially non binary, but I’m grateful that there is such a large trans community.
Q: How would you describe your gender identity or expression?
A: I am non-binary because i don’t have a better word. To be honest, i don’t even really like the label but it’s hard to figure out label. I kinda dress like whatever, or to just look hella cute.
Q: What does visibility mean to you?
A: Literally people seeing me transgender and gender non confirming and supporting trans and queer babies through this process.