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EDDIE JAREL JONESX, 24 PRONOUNS: HE/SHE/THEY/SIS CLEVELAND, OHIO

I can’t remember how young I was, but I had a love for my mom’s size-6 high heels. I’d come home from school and be all by myself—so I’d dance in them, hittin’ the runway, practicing walking up and down the stairs. It’s funny because people nowadays say, “You know how to walk in heels better than girls!” and I'm like, “There’s no shade, I've honestly been doing it a lot longer than most girls."

I started wearing makeup and clothes from the

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