Hyllinge’s new album, “Cinematic,” was released on August 1.
This summer, she released a video for the song, which features the group’s singer, James Hetfield.
The video is the first to feature Hetfields vocals on a new song.
This week, the singer spoke to MTV News about how she was inspired to come out publicly as transgender.
She said she was told she would have to wait for her daughter to come to terms with her transition.
“I was told that it would take two or three years, so I wanted to give her time,” she said.
I’m just so grateful for everything I’ve been given. “
When she was a kid, she was my little girl and I thought she was perfect, and then I went to the doctor and she came out as me, and now it’s like I’m her mother, too.
I’m just so grateful for everything I’ve been given.
I just think, Thank you so much.
She also talked about her desire to live as her true self, to help others who have struggled with the same issues. “
The biggest part of being a trans woman is knowing you’re a person, not just a body.”
She also talked about her desire to live as her true self, to help others who have struggled with the same issues.
“People are still so fearful of us,” she told MTV News.
“They think if they look like us, they’re a threat, they’ll be ostracized.
They don’t understand that we’re not the same as them.
They can talk to me, they can talk about me. “
So we’ve got to educate people, so they know that they are a part of the community.
They can talk to me, they can talk about me.
That’s all I can ask.”