We were lucky: I just got my last hormone blocker, but after that, I'm not covered anymore, and they can cost thousands of dollars.
We want to fight the insurance company, because it's a big deal.
The highlight of the event will be the presentation of the Voice for Equality award to South Florida resident Jazz Jennings, who was just announced as one of the “25 Most Influential Teens of 2014” by Time magazine.
Instead, I could use a unisex bathroom in the classroom, where everyone could hear me pee.
Plus, there was no lock on it, so anyone could walk right in on me, which happened a lot until I decided to stop using it.
At the end of the day, I just wanted to be treated like everyone else. I want to be covered with my insurance, and I want to be a normal person.
I don't want it to be this big deal that is dominating the headlines anymore.
My other option was the bathroom in the nurse's office, which was used for sick kids to puke in more than anything else. If my friend made me laugh too hard, I'd pee my pants.