Leon Brown, a star of Sister Wives, announces his gender identity: “I’m Finally Ready to Share My Favorite Self With the World.”
Mariah (Leon) Brown finally acknowledged her gender identity. Mariah, now known as the Leob, the lone child of Kody Brown, shared her favorite self with the world in a heartwarming Instagram post.
Someone recently informed her that she didn’t need to have everything worked out in order to express herself with the world, she wrote.
In order to let you know that I am trans, here I am, definitely not having practically any of my shit worked out. I go by the pronouns “they” and “them,” and my name is Leon or Leo (I love both).
Leon remarked, “I remember the first time that I knew I wasn’t a girl, after graciously announcing my identity to the world. I was still really young and regrettably I grew up in a very gendered & constrained atmosphere, so I continued to be socialized as a girl & eventually a woman.
And here’s the thing: I’m now prepared to introduce the world to my favorite version of myself. and that self is fiercely unapologetic, trans, and genderqueer.
Leon published the Instagram picture of them outside a big door frame wearing t-shirts and shorts. The caption gave readers a complete picture of Leon’s arduous trek. They feel liberated now that they have come out as transgender. Leon described how challenging it was to grow up as a female when she already knew she wasn’t one in an Instagram post.
“Being queer & trans is probably one of my favorite aspects of me,” she continued. Nevertheless, I am discovering a lot of things about myself that I enjoy as a result of this journey. Here’s to continuing to know myself, be open about who I am, and be my favorite version of myself in all situations.
“I’m sharing this part of myself to let individuals in, and also to set some boundaries,” Leon wrote in a letter. You are not required to talk to me or about me if you choose not to use my exact name or pronouns. My name is Leo or Leon, and those are how I prefer to be addressed. Please only use that to refer to me.
In a March 2020 episode of the TLC series, Leon revealed some personal information about their relationship with their fiancée and discussed how she supported them. They said, “In my teens, I felt quite committed to the church that I was raised in. “I desired polygamous living. I believe it served as a form of self-defense to prevent me from actually coming out to myself.
“Religious institutions are places with rules, and if you don’t follow these rules or norms, you could feel fairly ostracized, as I did with my church,” Leon concluded. I did, however, find a great deal of consolation and love from my family. They adore Audrey, adore me, and adore our union.
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