Sandra Herrero does not remember precisely how old she was when she was aware that she was a girl, but when she looks back, she sees herself praying at night that that stone she felt would disappear. “I always knew that something was wrong, that something did not fit, but you have no words for it. There comes a day when you think that no matter how much you pray, it will not change,” he explains in conversation with elDiario.es. About to turn 23, Sandra lives in the Madrid municipality of Móstoles with her parents, plays the saxophone and is looking for work as an audiovisual producer. Four years ago he managed to change the male gender that appeared on his ID for the female one, and adopt his new name: “It may seem silly, but not doing so leads to tough situations.
Questions and answers: what you need to know so as not to get lost in the debate on the Trans Law