I've been slowly coming out as trans to friends and family and got the feeling I should come out publicly on the internet as well, since that's where it really matters am I right? This website is a bit different from the other sites I've come out on, so I'll just say that part quickly then move on.
I am trans, and identify as a woman. I prefer female pronouns, which you should probably know are she and her. I've known this definitively for a few months, though on some level I've known for at least a couple years.
It's pretty important to who I am, but I don't think it's the most important thing. I still find that I want people to like me for my art and music at least as much as I want them to like me as a woman. That art is where I've been consistently expressing myself truthfully, in ways that I never could even with some of my closest friends, since as far back as I can remember. Some of the stuff that's up on this site is what I consider to be an honest expression of myself as a person, and saying something like "I am trans" is so general and ultimately kind of non-informative that it's far less of an expression of who I am or what to think of me. So yes, being trans is important to me, being a woman is important to me, but in some ways it's incidental to who I am.
Thank you for reading and I hope you continue to enjoy the art I create.