'This work is a creative writing exploration of one person’s intersectional trans. experience – a perspective currently underrepresented in Young Adult (YA) fiction – and told through first-person point-of-view. The work uses humour as an inclusive tool for both trans. and broader readership, as well as being a place for trans. identification – particularly female-to-male (f2m). It does not discount the struggles of multiple subject positions, but disrupts and troubles negative associations by inserting an alternate conversation. One that emphasises resilience, and the importance of support in the acquisition of agency.'