On Saturday, singer and YouTuber Trevi Moran was released as a transgender woman in a video titled “Coming Out. I’m a woman. “I’ve been dealing with this feeling all my life, and I know I’m a woman deep down. It’s just a feeling you know,” Moran says. “I hit a rock on my trip in 2017 when I thought I wasn’t transgender because I thought people were pushing me to be transgender. No, I had a lot of demons at the time. Lots of eating problems, self-confidence problems. It wasn’t the time for me to go out at the time, but now I’m here, and I’m transgender.
In 2012, Moran made his debut as a singer on The X-factor at the age of 13, although fans probably know her to appear alongside YouTube star Tana Mongeau on MTV No filter or on Mongeau’s YouTube channel. “It’s a very vulnerable time for me right now,” says Moran, who says she’s doing a docuseries about her transition. “If you’re ever lost, don’t go out. Come in. Come in and find yourself, because going out and distracting yourself goes against the point.