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“We all have that one piece of our wardrobe that has seen so much, done so much for us, with us, against us. It has been there during the hard times and the good. It has seen us fat and thin and every shade between. It has laughed at us, supported us, held us. It might be an old brooch or a favorite pair of shoes, a scarf or a coat. I have a number of these, and this corset is one of them.”
Lee Harrington, “a guy who lived over 25 of his years as a woman…tends to get flack about being femme… if you transitioned, aren’t you supposed to be a man?” In “For the Love of Corsets,” Lee talks about his experiences donning his favorite corset after transitioning, the reactions he received, and how it fits into his current identity.