Math and science. And they have helped begat a world where more and more people fear the beauty of human interaction. They are more comfortable in relinquishing the joy of looking into someone’s eyes, seeing another smile, hearing a gentle voice, looking at the grandeur of all ...
In Shakespeare’s time, men played all the female roles. Wouldn’t that have been fun? Not only was it acceptable, but it was also mainstream, and what wonderful clothing we could wear. If we can learn anything from history, it is that varying notions can change—for either be...
“Summertime, time, time, Child, the living’s easy. Fish are jumping out And the cotton, Lord, Cotton’s high, Lord, so high. One of these mornings You’re gonna rise, rise up singing, You’re gonna spread your wings, Child, and take, take to the sky, Lo...
I am AMAB, now 68. I’ve been aware of my gender incongruity since I was five. Since that young age, I have struggled with the question, “Why do I have such an intense desire to be a girl?” It wasn’t just that I wanted to dress as a girl and now a woman; no...
It is very unusual for me to pop into the chat room and NOT see a reference or discussion about “passing”. Whether or not it is healthy, we, as a community, seem to have a fixation on passing. You all know the questions: “Will I pass? Am I passable? Will they cl...
Mental Health. What does Mental Health look like? Mental health is a state of mental well-being that enables people to cope with the stresses of life, realize their abilities, learn well, work well, and contribute to their community. In an uncomplicated way, mental illness is ...
I experienced probably the most important epiphany in my life a few nights back. I’d spent all day running around on a hot, 90+ degree day, running errands, and checking in on a couple of sick friends. When I got home, it was late; I was beat, tired, and hurting. There is a...
I imagine having this conversation, with no one in particular, but everyone in particular. So I guess the audience can be anyone that is open to listen and learn another human being’s perspective. For me, getting back to basics gets me to a starting point of a plain, vanilla, g...
I’ll begin with a few notes to set the stage. I am in my very late 50s (that means 70), and felt something was different about my gender identity long before I knew there was such a thing as a gender identity. Like most of us, I got pretty good at the whole hiding and den...
I was a child of the early ’60s. Back then, the world was a much different place, and I learned quickly that I did not fit in. I thought I was a girl, and my parents had wanted a boy. I believed that the stretch marks under my scrotum were from having my boyhood sown on. My fir...
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