Reply To: Fear and Loathing in Texas


Oh Halie Quinn,

The hard part is over now!  It took forever for me to declare: “I am Lukcia!”.  Things started falling into place from then-on.  I am on estrogen therapy, and the two “stop-the-balls” drugs, but I found that I cried a lot.  Crying became critical to my approaching the prior 67 years (I wish only 40).

I just got back from the supermarket in my small home town where almost everybody knows almost everybody.  I wore a short pink patterned skirt with a deep pink sleeveless-T, plus a oversized white shirt called a boyfriend shirt.  My legs were freshly shaved, my nails polished with pink and glitter.  I walked up and down the aisles, did my shopping and then checked out.  It was so liberating, but it took a little time to get there.

I had to go to my town office the other day to have my official change-of-name documents notarized.  They all know me…I have lived here in the same house for 22 years.  They were professional and accepting (that is actually their job).

Halie: Take your time and find your truths.  Become Halie more and more every day, every good cry, every “Stepping Out”.


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