Top 77 Jazz Jennings Quotes

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On every single picture on my Instagram page, you’ll find a negative comment. My supporters will normally stand up to that hateful person, and then it will become a big argument, and it’s just a lot. I try to tell myself not to listen to the haters, and I try not to read the comments because it’s not worth it.
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I define myself.
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Mermaids are just the most whimsical, mystical creatures of all time.
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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.
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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.
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Often, when a girl has a crush on a boy, her friend will dare her to speak to him or ask for a pencil, or better yet, let him know that she has a crush. Pretty risky stuff… It happens thousands of times a day in the lives of teenagers everywhere. Putting yourself out there. Daring to expose your true feelings.
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Having transgender characters leads to more visibility, which creates education. Education can hopefully lead to everyone treating our community with acceptance and love.
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I don’t really care what people think of me.
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I love experimenting with different hair styles and going clothes shopping.
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If people are going to judge me without fully understanding the content of my character, then their opinion just isn’t worth it.
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The only opinion that really affects me is my own opinion of myself because I determine the way I am, not anyone else.
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I’ve always known exactly who I am. I was a girl trapped in a boy’s body.
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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.
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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.
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I’m the youngest of four siblings and the baby of the family. My family just treated me like anyone else growing up. They taught me that everyone has a special and unique trait about them, and that mine is that I have a girl brain and a boy body.
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I want to show people they don’t have to be scared of being different.
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I wouldn’t change myself at all. Being transgender makes me who I am: a strong person, a confident person. Being transgender gives me my personality.
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I was never a boy. I always was a girl in my heart, and although I was presented as a boy to the public, inside I was feminine. It was OK to be that because that’s just who I was, and I can’t change that. I was born that way.
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I think we should have unisex bathrooms.
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I definitely think it’s important to share my process when it comes to the bottom surgery, because that information really isn’t out there.
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From the moment I could express myself, I acted like a stereotypical girl and insisted that I was a girl. I wasn’t just a boy who liked girly things – I knew I was a girl.
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I hope to stop discrimination against young transgender people.
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We just want to help people understand that it’s okay to be transgender, and they’re just like everyone else.
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As I got older, I learned about how some people treated their transgender children, and I was shocked. I couldn’t understand how someone would leave their child and throw them on the street. I was always taught you give your kid unconditional love and if you don’t, something’s wrong with you, for real.
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I want people to feel happy in their own skins and feel accepted by society.
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GLAAD has so much information and outlets about LGBTQ people and some of the issues we face and who we are.
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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.
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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.
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Progress can’t happen just from trans people being out in the open. Society also has to truly accept transgender individuals. If society is capable of treating us equally, then we can and will live authentically.
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