I realized very young, at age 21 in art school, that as an artist, your photographs can have a great impact on the public opinion. It includes photos of transgender people by the photographer Bex Day. Allie Crewe. She adds: The responsibility falls on us, the editors behind the stories, to choose imagery that breaks down stereotypes, confronts our biases, and makes visible the full breadth and diversity of transgender personhood.
It's very important for society to see these images -- there's nothing sensational about transgender kids.
In the years since, Broadly editors have worked diligently to think more thoughtfully and critically about how we represent trans and non-binary people in our work. The photographs showed lovely children, with a strong consciousness: This is typical of many stock photos:
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