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Q, of Brooklyn, who was born a girl, recently finished third grade — his first full year of school as a boy. And that, notes the story, meant the world to him. “It feels like, instead of a dead flower, a growing flower,” he explained.
He began questioning his gender at around age 3 or 4, said his parents, and he began making his outward gender transition during second grade — by dressing in boys’ clothes, asking to be identified with the pronoun “he,” and using Q instead of his given name of Qwanaia.