Hello again sisters and brothers. I wish you each peace, love, and excellent health in these difficult times. Some local history from the heart of “Indian Territory” in Oklahoma; some relevance for most of us. Some 200 years ago, the US Army established Fort Smith, a...
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The question that I’m asked most often is how does one crossdress? Well, the short answer; it’s very easy. Put on a pair of panties, slip on stilettos, or wear a dress and ta-da, you are crossdressing. The longer (and more polite) answer is that it essentially comes ...
After my years of denial, I realized the truth. It came after being dressed (very convincingly, I might add) by girls I worked with for a party. I loved being female. The next phase was how to deal with it. By now, my circumstances led me to rent a place of my own where I could b...
After 62 years I have come to my senses and stopped denying my transness. I have been on HRT for the past 5 years and I have done much of the follow up to transition. I have to make it work for myself and my SO, but I am ready in my mind to do that. I have a small group of fr...
Something I think a lot of trans people, especially us older folks deal with is in coming to terms with our past identities. It can be a road block during transition, especially if you are not moving away, changing jobs, or your career. For me, I occupy the exact same space I did...
The mirror reflects the image that the surrounding light illuminates. While it reflects literally what’s right in front of it, the interpretation of what we see depends on the observer. At some point in my childhood the image staring back at me in the mirror bec...
A year ago yesterday, August 13, I filed my court orders for my name and gender change; my first major step towards social transition. I had been on hormones for almost three months. Although during the first two months, I didn’t think I would fully transition. I only wanted to...
I’m coming up on a year since I came out and went full time as Stephanie. What a year it has been. I’ve never been happier and freer in my skin than I have been in the last year. If only I known prior to transition how it would affect me, I’d have done this years ...
Dark green vision-blocking curtains covered the window in the living room. Homemade frosting covered the window on the front door. I sat in absolute, motionless silence as the repeated, incessant knocking continued, not getting louder, but not stopping either. I could hear my hea...
What am I? This is the question I’ve asked myself many times over the years. The easy answer is; I am a NOBODY. Let me explain this answer. I am not a celebrity nor am I an actor, singer, painter, author, or journalist. I am not a social blogger or vlogger; I am not a promi...
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