Quote and summary for Ari Page's, "How Teen Wolf’s transmasculine fans use online fandom to build community and representation."
In an article from the most recent issue of Transformative Works and Cultures (view the article for free here!), Ari Page argues that queerness is not explicitly or adequately written into the show Teen Wolf, so trans fans create trans representation (this, I feel, is a common phenomenon in any fandom).
This fan representation (Page focuses on transmasc Stiles headcanons) is often joyful, rather than falling into common narratives of trans struggle/misery, and diverse, rather than striving for narrow standards of assimilation. Page writes, “Rather than the body existing in a liminal space between pre- and post transition, the body is free to exist as it is, in any state, and joy, love, and touch can thus be shared regardless of the moment of transition in which one exists.”