I have no idea what I want to do for a career. But in terms of my advocacy work, I'm definitely going to continue.
Haters are our ammunition. They motivate us to continue fighting for our rights. That's why I continue to share my story.
As a 15-year-old teenage girl, I can attest to the fact that boys dominate most conversations between girls my age.
It means so much to me to see Caitlyn Jenner coming out, just by being her authentic self, staying true to who she is, and just living her life.
Seeing states like North Carolina enacting these bathroom bills that are banning transgender individuals from using the restrooms they identify as... it's complete discrimination.
I think being a teenager is a difficult journey in and of itself, but being transgender makes it that much harder.
I want to show people they don't have to be scared of being different.
Falling in love. Being in love. It's something I dream of, something I want to feel.
A lot of straight and transgender boys get in touch with me through my website and social media. They tell me I'm inspirational and beautiful. It boosts my self-esteem.
Bras should be comfortable. I hate when you have all those bras with all that wiring that poke into your ribs, and you take it off at the end of the day, and it feels good. It shouldn't feel good to take off your bra at the end of the day. It should be something that feels good throughout the day.
I wouldn't change anything about myself. Not because I'm being cocky or anything, but because this is who I am, and I'm proud of who I am.
Ever since I could form coherent thoughts, I knew I was a girl trapped inside a boy's body. There was never any confusion in my mind. The confusing part was why no one else could see what was wrong.
If you don't have the love and support of your family, you need to find someone out there who you can confide in and share your concerns and worries with. And someone who can lift your spirits and make you feel valuable and strong and powerful.
As I began to grow, my family thought my obsessive interest in girly things was just a normal developmental phase.
Bathrooms have always been a big issue in my life. My parents fought for me to be able to enroll in elementary school as a girl, which I did. But I still would not be allowed to use the girls' room under any condition.
A lot of people - boys - look at me differently. They think that if they date me, they are gay because they are dating another boy. In instances like this, I feel almost excluded, if that's the right word. I feel like I'm being put on a different shelf.
I love experimenting with different hair styles and going clothes shopping.
With my own videos, I definitely have more control over what I want to put out there and what I want to say. With the TV show, I'm not the editor. There's always things that I wanted to put in there. My dad has the final say in everything on YouTube, but I can be more expressive.
Being transgender is more than just medical books and everything, procedures. It's something spiritual in which you're finding yourself and really discovering who you are and learning to love yourself.
I definitely feel that society sets expectations for transgender people to fit in and makes us feel as if we have to dress a certain way so that we blend in with everyone else. But I believe all transgender individuals should be able to wear whatever they want and not worry about fitting in.