Neddy DeSalvo, 19, was born female but has lived as a boy since childhood. Adopted from Russia and raised in Chicago, the Lake Stevens resident says, “We’re human beings who just want to be respected.” (Dan Bates / The Herald)

‘I just want to be me,’ says Lake Stevens transgender teen

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