Levi's story of trans becoming (ongoing.)

  Levi Collins gets ready for his debut drag p erformance at the Nclusion show in Columbia on Saturday night. "I was hiding until recently. I tried to commit suicide last year because I thought I should be gone, because of Christians and people who are against LGBTQ people made me feel like this. How do you tell kids when they keep asking you 'Are you a girl or are you a boy?' that you are a girl AND a boy and that it’s OK? Love yourself as you are, because you yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe, deserve your love and affection. I love drawing and playing the drums, and recently I started performing drag, and it made me feel as if I was welcomed into a family." Levi Collins. Levi, who is deaf and used a different name before, recently started transitioning, and is blossoming.

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Nclusion charity drag show.

The performer Artemis Grey gets ready before the Nclusion charity drag show to benefit Jabberwocky Studios in Columbia on Saturday, January 29th, 2021.

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