Emily DeFranco

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Becoming Tyler

Wed May 8 , 2013
On a cold January weekend, Tyler Adams, 16, went with a friend to shop for a new outfit to wear to a school dance. At Hoosic Valley High School in Schaghticoke, N.Y., the winter semi-formal was a well-attended event that students looked forward to for weeks. With cash from babysitting […]
Adams shows off his first tattoo, which symbolizes his transition. The tribal pattern on the top is a replica of the design on a ring his grandmother gave him when he first told her about wanting to change his gender identity. The round shape on the left side of the eye represents being female, while the diamond shape on the right side represents being male. Photo by Faith Gimzek.

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