Levi Nahirney, 19, has extensive straddled several identities growing up on Vancouver’s North Shore — being Canadian, Vietnamese, an adopted child and a twin.
But at age 13, he understood anything was diverse. Though he was in a girl’s human body, he felt like a boy.
“I was always unique from the other ladies but I didn’t really know what that was until I was about 10 or 11 when I experienced access to the Online and, you know, figuring things out for myself,” he reported.
“Since I was really youthful I constantly liked dressing more masculine than all the