Inspirational: 11-Year-Old Transgender Girl Writes Seriously Great Response to Obama's Inauguration Speech

Sadie is an 11-year-old kid who loves reading, swimming, texting her friends, and Justin Bieber. Oh, and she's also transgender — she socially transitioned from male to female in Kindergarden — and already more comfortable with herself than most adults we know. (Her mother told HuffPo that she introduces herself to strangers by saying, "Hi, I'm Sadie, my favorite color is pink, I'm vegan, and I'm transgender. Who are you?")

Sadie, being Sadie, wondered why Obama included the gay community in his inaugural address on Monday but failed to include the trans community. So she wrote him a letter explaining how "It would be a better world if everyone knew that transgender people have the same hopes and dreams as everyone else." TransGriot has it in full:

Inspirational: 11-Year-Old Transgender Girl Writes Seriously Great Response to Obama's Inauguration Speech

"The world would be a better place if everyone had the right to be themselves, including people who have a creative gender identity and expression. Transgender people are not allowed the freedom to do things everyone else does, like go to the doctor, go to school, get a job, and even make friends.

Transgender kids like me are not allowed to go to most schools because the teachers think we are different from everyone else. The schools get afraid of how they will talk with the other kids' parents, and transgender kids are kept secret or told not to come there anymore. Kids are told not to be friends with transgender kids, which makes us very lonely and sad.

When they grow up, transgender adults have a hard time getting a job because the boss thinks the customers will be scared away. Doctors are afraid of treating transgender patients because they don't know how to take care of them, and some doctors don't really want to help them. Transgender patients like me travel to other states to see a good doctor.

It would be a better world if everyone knew that transgender people have the same hopes and dreams as everyone else. We like to make friends and want to go to school. Transgender people want to get good jobs and go to doctors like they are exactly the same. It really isn't that hard to like transgender people because we are like everyone else."

Sadie: you're our new heroine.