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Munroe Bergdorf by Fahren Feingold

published on 2 November 2018

“The image I chose is a photograph by Indrek Galetin. It’s an important image for me, as it was one of the first I modelled for after having facial feminization surgery. At the time it felt like the beginning of a new chapter. When I look at this image, I see a strong, content, courageous and determined woman, but more importantly I see my true self and that is something that has taken a long time for me to get to see.”

- Munroe Bergdorf

“The image I chose is a photograph by Indrek Galetin. It’s an important image for me, as it was one of the first I modelled for after having facial feminization surgery. At the time it felt like the beginning of a new chapter. When I look at this image, I see a strong, content, courageous and determined woman, but more importantly I see my true self and that is something that has taken a long time for me to get to see.”

Illustration: Fahren Feingold
Photography: Indrek Galetin
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