Kai Cheng Thom

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Kai Cheng Thom is a Canadian writer and social worker.

Quotes[edit]

What I learned, loved and lost as a trans Zumba addict (2018)[edit]

What I learned, loved and lost as a trans Zumba addict (June 12, 2018), Daily Xtra.

  • As I twirled, cha-cha-ed and clapped my hands to the beat, I began to remember, for the first time in a long time, those moments I used to steal as a kid, dancing alone in my room with headphones on. Those fleeting moments when what I looked like didn’t matter, only what I felt. Only this time, I wasn’t a child anymore. There was no one who could burst in unannounced, laugh at me, punish me, force me to stop. I felt so free, so beautiful, in a way I had written off as impossible for me long ago. ... My inner dancer began to emerge from the deep pit where I had kept her all this time. I found the girlhood I was never allowed.

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