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Kezia, Barnet, UK

Kezia Smith

A pansexual cis women currently working part time for a children’s charity, Kezia has enjoyed raving since the age of 16 often attending underground illegal raves within the drum and bass scene and is an avid festival goer.

Her recent ADHD diagnosis has lead to her feeling stable for the first time and although there is still work to do, feels good to be on the right path.

What does your identity mean to you?

Being pansexual means that my love/attraction isn’t limit to people genitals which I feel like reflects me and my openness to people, sex and intimacy.

I identify as a women and being dominant in a world which often doesn’t like that and my adhd is something I am learning to own and making the world change to fit me not the other way around.

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