It's time the world met Jane

29 August 2018

Transcript

I think the best thing that anyone has been saying to me is that they love me, for who I am and they want to know more about me as well.

I have a great personality and I am a sociable girl. I have my charms.

Everyone at work are my BFF‘s. I love saying that about my friends out here. They are all open books and they have given me the time to um… not to judge them, but to read them.

Yeah, I started playing tennis when I was in primary school. I want to be like one of the pros. When I play tennis that I can be able to soar around the court. I feel like flying around the court with wings and dancing around the court as well. I can be like a ballerina. I feel so free to be myself

I am Jane and nothing can hold me back!

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