Being a part of the LGBT community myself, and an agender person who experience dysphoria I worry about freely expressing myself through my dolls and be open about the characters that I create. I worry that some of the things I post and say in the forums might make some people judge me! IMG_1750 by ManabuLi010, on Flickr This is my IH SID Rania boy "Sebastian". He's like me an agender person, but minus the dysphoria. I'm currently waiting for his younger sister "Anya" who is a transwoman. Anya's sculpt is a DZ Devon head on a DZ 62cm boy body. She is based on the transgender fashion model "Stav Strashko" who were born as a male, identifies as a woman but am comfortable with the body she was born with. So Anya will keep her's too. My YID Lucian "Robbin" is their friend and a LGBT ally. My current plans are to create a colorful group of BJDs of all kinds of character types. I worry that they might get a little bit too colorful for some. But creating these characters are important to me because being able to express myself through my dolls have been a little bit like therapy for me. So I wonder, does judgemental views in the BJD community against people in the LGBT community, and of LGBT BJD characters exist?!