Autobiography scholars should look to twenty-first century trans* life narratives, which reconceptualise trans* identity as viable with or without medical intervention and articulate a whole, continuous subject rather than a subject split between pre- and post-transition. Evoking a new historical moment and epistemology of gender, contemporary trans* life narratives articulate how gender, identity, and self shape each other across social contexts in relation to dominant cultural narratives and binary ideologies. As more individuals articulate what it means to celebrate being trans*, collective knowledges should expand to include a range of diverse subjectivities, some of which have yet to be narrated into existence.