My first time out–and out Let me be real for a minute. I am nowhere near passing. I have only just started going outside dressed. I wear what I consider is comfortable-nondescript women’s attire. Such as stretch leggings, a short sleeve tunic blouse, and flats (not women’s ...
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My road to banning Conversion Therapy in New Zealand My journey becoming Catherine Anne Vos has been an arduous journey full of potholes and hiccups, or so I thought when I started off. Then again, a part of my journey has never been discussed in real terms. Yes, I heard a...
Breathing is an essential and natural thing that we all do from the moment we enter this world. What is more fascinating is that today, most people do not breathe in a way that is good for their health and longevity of life. It is also one part of life that cannot be monetised, o...
I learned long ago that I’m never going to be 5’6” and 120 pounds and fit into a size 6 (or smaller sized) dress. My hair isn’t going to glow and be long, my complexion to die for, or my bust the envy of women and men alike. I’m never going to be able to wear all the be...
After things get back to normal I’ll… It might surprise some of you but my normal is pretty much the way things currently are. Most introverts like me are used to being stuck at home (by choice) and avoiding large gatherings (by choice) as well as doing our shopping online. W...
This is the poetry that comes through me as I am on this journey… this journey of this man to woman…. perhaps more accurately, this woman freeing herself from man? This is my poetry… it’s how I journal and express what’s happening inside. Perhaps t...
It’s funny; I write a blog a few times per month and having done so for a couple of years. Deciding to submit an article here makes me feel a bit nervous. In my other writings, I have a feel for the audience. It’s very small and rarely interacts back. I wish they did. Here, I...
In 1964, Hasbro introduced the now-classic line of poseable action figures known as G.I. Joe, the name a play on the generic term for soldiers in the US military. G.I. Joe was the brainchild of Manhattan licensing agent Stan Weston, who presented them to Hasbro executive Donald L...
There have been moments in my life that I’ve never really discussed with anyone before, small things that have accumulated in my memory over the years and are continually added to, here are a few recent ones. I remain unclear on just how much they affect me or not and have ...
I have noticed that when I write I tend to be contemplative, as in always wondering why. It could be any topic that has my interest, and it’s no different with my dressing. I’m wondering the why exactly for not feeling fulfilled when presenting in my birth gender only...
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