I’m From Driftwood

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Crossdresser Finds Support And Connection In South Carolina LGBTQ Community.

In her twenties, Savannah Hauk had a solid support system as a crossdresser in New York City. When her company relocated her to conservative upstate South Carolina, she at first found herself alone and unable to find anyone else that she could relate to. With the aid of her girlfriend, Savannah ultimately found an LGBTQ meetup group and learned that her community was broader than she originally thought.

Watch her YouTube story now.



I’m From Driftwood envisions a world where every lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer person feels understood and accepted, and every straight person is an ally.

I’m From Driftwood aims to help LGBTQ people learn more about their community, straight people learn more about their neighbors and everyone learn more about themselves through the power of storytelling and story sharing.

Increasing empathy and empowering individuals is accomplished by creating an apolitical forum for LGBTQ stories from every age, race, gender, background and culture. The stories deepen our understanding of each other, preserve history, and open hearts and minds.

The most personal and meaningful stories are shared when the storyteller is in a trust-worthy, welcoming, judgment-free environment. I’m From Driftwood strives to create that environment on every level, whether you’re a long-time supporter at one of IFD’s events or a first-time visitor to the site. Be yourself, be comfortable and let’s get to know each other.

Check out more LGBTQ+ community stories @ I’m From Driftwood.