7 Questions – Breanna

I love the diversity of narratives represented on this site.  That’s a big part of the reason We Happy Trans was created, to show, in clear form, that there are as many ways to be trans as there are trans people.  This submission from Breanna is one of the ones I personally identify with. I can’t help but wish I had seen it 15 years ago.

I hope this genuine, honest, and touching video from this positive, beautiful redhead, finds its way to those who need it now, and helps them find their path.  Enjoy her video, and keep up with Breanna on her YouTube channel and Twitter feed.


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4 comments for “7 Questions – Breanna

  1. Jenna Meyer
    November 16, 2012 at 4:35 pm

    But we are not the same as everyone else. We are different in a good way. By that I truly believe we see the world through different eyes then the general public. We tend to look deeper then the general public and are more contemplative if you will, more compassionate, more self critical doing self review of ourselves. That is not something the average person seldom does once if at all. Peace always, Jenna

  2. Noah
    November 29, 2012 at 5:03 am

    I definitely tend to agree. It is important to remember that there is a point B to each individual’s journey, whether that be a full transition from one gender presentation to another, or somewhere in between physically or mentally. I didn’t transition to become trans, rather I transitioned to embody what my spirit and soul were already experiencing.

    PS. the conversation between B and her grandfather…such a powerful connecting moment.

  3. Miki Arata
    January 10, 2013 at 12:34 pm

    Bre, I just watched your video and you have to be one of the most together girls I have met. After 66 years I have finally decided I want Miki to be Miki and to venture out into the world, even if only briefly. While I am not, nor will I, ever transition I got a lot from your story. I am pretty much at the crossdressing end of the spectrum yet it is so important to have support, any support, from you family and friends. I am glad you found that, at least with your grandfather. Your last conversation with him will carry you through miserable days and will always be a source for identity.

    I have met another transitioned woman who is closer to my age than you are. She is so supportive, so together, so happy, so part of the community that I sometimes cry when I know I could have had more happiness in my life if I had the courage of both you and my local friend. I do have a supportive wife and that keeps me going, every day.

    I would like to wish you well in your life’s travels. Be well, be happy, be a great woman.


  4. Miriam
    February 13, 2014 at 9:20 pm

    Thanks be to God for you, Breanna. Let us pray for one another on our journeys to our ultimate homes. Please pray specifically that my wife and I act in charity and truth as she seeks divorce and annulment. Our 30th anniversary is July this year. This motivates me to create a brief biography on my computer so I can patch it in, then embellish for the particular recipient.
    God bless you in Jesus and Mary.

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