“Transformer” is a documentary that follows the life and transition of Janae Kroc, a transwoman from Michigan. Hers is an incredibly positive and self-affirming story of a woman who, while presenting as a man, was a professional powerlifter who set world records, a Ma...
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It’s been many months since I’d last seen my therapist; her name is Kelly. She’s one of us, and she’s great at making me feel comfortable in acknowledging who I am. But… she said that it’s time to tell my wife. I know that I need to; I’m sure...
Look out ’cause here I come And I’m marching on to the beat I drum I’m not scared to be seen I make no apologies, this is me ~ from “This Is Me” by Keala Settle (soundtrack from The Greatest Showman) Last month, on the day before my 48th birthday, I headed i...
I’m not going to tell my life’s story because it’s too painful to divulge anything before 2016 at this time. Needless to say, I’ve always thought that I was meant to be a woman. Before 2015, my wife always made clothing for me; most of the time, we had matching outfit...
Thoughts about my gender reach back as far as when I was two years old. I usually acted androgynous to femme in whatever I did in life. From the bounce in my step, wearing or using female hair tools or clothing, or how I preferred females as friends. I enjoyed many typical female...
To be sure exactly who we are at times is often obscure. Today, I am the most unsure I have ever been. Growing up as the youngest of five in a single parent home, I had many good times and wouldn’t change any of it. A family friend influenced me, and I think it changed the ...
Readers beware. This article describes many aspects of my journey so far–some of which may be uncomfortable. I figured if I’m going to share my story, I might as well tell it all. It all started when I was very young. I don’t recall any memories before age five. My gran...
When I started my last year of primary school at the age of 11, I began to distance myself from doing the typical male things you do at that age. Instead, I went to my female friend’s places and did girly things like playing with underwear, clothing, makeup, and doing our h...
By Amannda Reynolds “No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.” — Eleanor Roosevelt That quote has stuck with me ever since I read it when I was 14 or 15. I have always felt different. As a child, I remember wishing I was a girl and that no one would know ...
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