I was born a boy called Aaron, but from an ealry age I had feelings that I was trapped in the wrong body.
I was always quite feminine as a kid. My mum would buy me Action Men, but I’d always be more interested in Barbie.
When I told her I was transgender, I think she found it quite hard to deal with at first because I was rejecting the little boy she once knew. But I just didn’t want to live a lie anymore.
Although I feel free now, I still experience a fair bit of discrimination and was even thrown out of a club after being told I couldn't use the ladies' toilets.
I’m now working with Fixers to change people’s perceptions of the trans community and encourage them understand that we’re human too.
Hopefully I can alter the way society views transgender people and also be a role model to others in my situation.
I would like to thank Thanujaa Chelvanathan and Hannah Fletcher for helping me with this Fix.
Tilly and Bella
Me and my friends want young people to know that calories aren't the enemy!
Mary-Anne White and Lucy Wills