“It can be really hard to be yourself in the world, but it can feel worse to be someone that you’re not.” Casey Parks talks with J.T. Ellison about Diary of a Misfit. Heartbreaking and poignant, Parks’ journey to find her grandmother’s friend, Roy, a woman who lived as a man, examines a host of issues from opioid addiction and poverty to religion, gender identity, and sexuality.
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