See below for video of Del. Danica Roem’s interview with Jen Psaki on MSNBC, at Yorkshire Restaurant in Manassas. Among other things, Del. Roem talked about her childhood, attending Catholic School, being scared of being ostracized for being transgender, not having outlets for expression, her style today being “heavy-metal chic” (and her name’s relationship to heavy metal), the Equal Rights Amendment, advice for “the young Danica Roems out there,” being who you are, the importance of not stigmatizing any child, her love of libraries (“one of the ultimate equalizers in the world”) and having her own book in the Manassas library, “the importance of capturing your narrative on your terms,” being passionate about fixing Route 28 and about feeding hungry kids, etc. Great stuff, check it out (also, of course, don’t forget to help elect Danica Roem to the VA Senate in November)!