A woman is walking along the sidewalk on a windy day. The wind begins blowing stronger and stronger until its fierce enough to blow her away. Yet, she continues to walk defiantly against the wind. She leans forward against the impermeable gusts of wind. That scene summarized the ...
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I’ve been keeping to myself for the last couple of years as I had trouble finding suitable employment and have been low on funds. Yesterday, I was invited out by a friend of mine. He’s a gay cis-man I met five years ago when we were both members of a local nudist grou...
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...
Recently, while conversing online, I became friends with two very special people. They are neither rich and famous, nor in celebrity headlines. They both travel a path of personal completion, however, and the obstacles they face are tremendous. They battle a dark foe – a condit...
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