her androgynous style. “‘Everything that everyone’s telling me must be true, because I haven’t made my own truth yet.’ It’s rough, especially for girls on social media, because we’re sexualized so much it’s like, ‘Wow, when are we – and other people – going to see ourselves as people and not objects?'”

“It’s so wild when you have that realization, it really changes how you view people’s perceptions of you,” Amandla chimes in. “When I choose not to have any kind of gender attached to myself – when I choose to just be, kind of like, a blob – that’s when people feel the most threatened. Because they can’t control you through your sexuality.”