I identify as a trans person. I am a trans person, not binary. Much of my childhood was trying to get into what is socially required of a woman in some sense. But well, no, no, that wasn't enough for me. I wasn't like that either. I dedicate myself to art, I am in favor of legal, safe and free abortion, and I believe that if an education is necessary to be able to decide, to choose, that the information is as accessible as possible to all people and that they are also certain, that there are means and tools, information provided by the State, which is a great institution, which reaches everyone, families, individuals, schools, hospitals, the most vulnerable or least privileged communities, and also to the social classes with more privileges so that there is a real awareness. At 14 I had a boyfriend with whom we weren't very young and well, we had started having sexual relations, and obviously because of not knowing how to take care of ourselves, because we didn't know about everything, it happened that I got pregnant and we were very young and we knew that it couldn't be. Which was not what we wanted. We didn't dare to tell our parents, we told our closest friends and they helped us by raising money. We were still very scared because we knew it was risky. And I asked for advice and help from a cousin who I knew had already had an abortion. And in the end she didn't, but her sister helped me. She and her boyfriend got me misoprostol. I didn't even know the name. At that time I only knew that I had to take those pills and also stick them. And it was quite a lot, nothing, it scared me. But let's say, I did it alone in my house. As I said that my period had come and that I felt very bad. And nothing to see. Like I had to act it out and well everything happened and at the time I kept it forever in the depths of my being. It is not something that speaks the truth in general. And now that the issue has been more visible for years, that I always think about it, that I was lucky to have people who helped me. In other words, lucky to have people who lent me money, who helped me get it. I had no idea. I blindly trusted only because I couldn't imagine any other possibility but to try. Even if we took the risk, I was very embarrassed, afraid at a family level, I mean with my parents, although they would surely have supported me, after all, they in particular. But, but it is very terrible, like all of them, the pressure, the ghosts that it generates in you. I don't know what they can tell you or what it might imply. And then I feel that this remained in some register of my being, like something that I don't know if not yet, like only now can I process it better. I feel like it was something that got stuck in me. That, that is also something that, what happened, a decision I made because I knew what I wanted. And I think I was very lucky, very privileged. And that not all people who are in that situation can access such a solution and that everything goes well. In fact, I think that above all, much more risky solutions appear sometimes or at the last moment, for the same reason, out of fear, for not knowing, for not having anyone to turn to, because you can't turn to anyone, not even a security guard. nursing to treat you in a way that understands that this to your life.