Sol: My look is very much inspired by the Viking Age. It started as a hobby and then it became an obsession. I get a lot of weird questions. Most of my clothes I’ve made myself. this is probably one of my favourites because it’s hand sown. Most of my dresses are. For some it’s
Sarah: Getting down to 18 inches was pretty smooth and easy. Like it’s not about the aesthetics anymore. It’s about the challenge. I am not concerned that I’m doing anything to damage my organs. I’m just curious like how small I can go I like to push myself. Yeah, the main thing is the middle,
Charity: Y’all ready. I always knew that I wanted to start a youth group. Five, six, seven, eight. We dance. Tonight is a culmination of all of their hard work. Girl: Kind of nervous. Charity: What’s up y’all. Hey. How’re you doing? Woman: I’m good, I’m good. Charity: Y’all ready for the day? Woman #2:
Jyoti: The surgery is going to make shift a vagina. I’m about to go down to surgery. It’s a pretty big operation. Sue: Handing her over to other people isn’t easy. Doctor Aliabadi: So as with any major surgical procedure things can go wrong. Jyoti: Being intersex has definitely impacted myself esteem and my confidence.
I’m Ollie London. I am obsessed with K-Pop and BTS. Jimin! Oh my God. And I’m in Korea to transform into a K-Pop star. Male speaker: It’s going to be very painful. Ollie: I’m not actually changing my race, cultural appreciation not cultural appropriation. Actually my friends don’t even know, And they’re going to see
Keith: I will say a common misconception that people have toward me is that I am a drug dealer or came from prison. Keith: Mostly all this work is all my design you know it don’t necessarily have a meaning to it you know. Something that you like just get it. You know you don’t