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Kim Petras, a transgender singer, fights gender classification.

Kim Petras, a transgender singer, fights gender classification.

Kim Petras, a singer and composer, believes that gender classification has no meaning for her. She believes that values such as kindness, charity, and talent, rather than gender, speak more to a person’s character.

She does, however, emphasize the importance of spreading awareness and educating others in order to combat ignorance.

In August 2019, the German singer-songwriter spoke up to Glamour UK about her transgender identity and how she has used that sense of comfort to create her life and business.

“I’ve been singing and writing songs since I was about 12 years old.” “I’ve been composing songs since I was like 12 and sharing videos of myself singing and writing songs for other people on the internet,” Petras, 28, explained.

Prior to her gender reassignment, her life as Tim was fraught with difficulties. People would tease her in high school, and they would ask why her name was Tim when she appeared to be a girl.

“Being transgender and going to school is awful,” the ‘Heart to Break’ singer said when asked how she felt about being the target of schoolyard bullies simply because she was transgender.

To put it mildly, Petras’ life prior to surgery was far from idyllic.

But, in retrospect, she learned from her bullying experience and acknowledged that some people will like you and some would not. She highlighted that it was a fact of life and that she accepted it, saying:

Petras went on to say that she didn’t understand why people were classified depending on their gender. “It doesn’t mean anything to me personally,” she explained.

She believed that a person’s gender, whether female or male, gay or straight, said nothing about them. Instead, human attributes such as being a nice person, working hard, and having a kind nature, according to Petras, can really classify a person.

Having said that, she believes gender boxes play an important role in society as a tool for raising awareness.

Since 2016, the gifted singer has been releasing music under her own label, BunHead Records, as an independent artist. . large-leaderboard-2-multi-616 {border:none!important;display:block!important;float:none;line-height:0;margin-bottom:15px!important;margin-left:0!important;margin-right:0!important;margin-top:15px!important;min-height:250px;min-width:250px;padding:0;text-align:center!important}

Her self-published debut EP, ‘One Piece of Tape,’ was released in 2011, while her independently released debut single, ‘I Don’t Want It at All,’ was released in 2017. ‘Feeling of Falling,’ ‘Heart to Break,’ and ‘1, 2, 3 Dayz Up’ are among her other popular tracks.

Her debut album, ‘Clarity,’ was published on June 28, 2019, and earned her a GLAAD Media Award nomination for ‘Outstanding Music Artist’ in 2020.