Reann Legge long struggled with her sense of identity, thinking she was gay. But that didn't feel true for Legge, who was assigned male at birth. She went through puberty and through university stressed and conflicted, and it wasn't until 2013 that she came to terms with who she felt she really was. "Something just clicked, and then I realized I was trans," the 30-year-old Saskatoon woman said. But it was no easy realization, as her masculine traits make her feel not safe in her own body and face, and that's something that can be psychologically damaging, as others in the trans community have found.
March 16 / CBC