I knew I was queer in kindergarten. I told my mom for the first time when I was 11 years old. We were on our way home in the old station wagon... We’d wind through these roads to get back to the farm. We were nearing this one curve, and I had so much to say... I wanted to say that my gender identity was Wonder Woman and that I was deeply in love with Scott Bacula... All I could get to come out was this really high pitched squeak of a voice: ‘I think I like boys.’ Mom slammed on the breaks and she turned the wheel hard and the car went off the road and into a ditch.
— Jeffrey Marsh