PORTRAITS

Aaron Romeo

This was the role of a lifetime.

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Afif / Licka Lolly

The first time I tried drag make-up, I saw this flash of my mom’s face in my face.

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Alea Kay

Inclusivity requires dialogue.

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CHARLOTTE / ZIZI / TONI

My true self feels like a liquid continuously morphing thing.

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Daan

I don't feel like picking another label. I'm just Daan.

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Hidde

It might be the most challenging part of all of this – that social transition.

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Isabeau

At one point, I decided that everything I liked defined me and not a specific gender.

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Jan

Up until high school, I didn’t really think about it.

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Jeff Jules

Even I thought: You’re either this or that.

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Jolan

When people approach me by calling me a girl, it doesn’t bother me.

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Juul

I didn’t start hormone therapy because I didn’t want to be something I was, I did it out of love for who I am.

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Katie

It's impossible to identify with something that isn't portrayed.

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Levi

I loved the body I had as a woman.

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Lisa

How would you like to label me?

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Lisette

Gender is quite the label. The word alone.

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Lois

I thought everyone in school would think I was weird.

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Mandy

No one is equal till everyone is equal.

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Mona

I just want to banish ideas like these from people’s mind.

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Nanoah

My top surgery has saved me.

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Noah

People often think of it as moving from one side to the other.

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Olympia / Oil The Master

I was given this body. And I’m so happy.

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Roos

Apparently, gender didn’t have to do with it at all.

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Safiano

If they find out I’m trans because of this project, I wouldn’t mind.

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Samantha

They decided for me.

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Sharon

I’m born a woman. Do I have a choice?

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SiSi

I think a lot of people aren’t talking or acting from their soul, but from their label.

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Sjoerd

It doesn’t mean that I'm willing to conform to the expectations that come with the word man.

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Talitha

I just want to be seen for who I am.

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Thorn

If someone asks: ‘Where’s Thorn?’ You answer: ‘They are there.’

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Tijn

Now I’ve got this manly exterior, our relationship is suddenly accepted

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Tim

When I was young, I believed that when you died, you could decide how you wanted to return.

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Tom / The Countess

During the day I’m just Tom.

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VENLA

The Vogue scene allows all kinds of expressions.

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Vince

Gender is a classification we’ve created.

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Zulu Green

My classmate Sharon came to my home to play. And all of a sudden, I was telling her I was born as a boy.

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