In my previous article, I wrote about the cost of living your truth as a transgender man or woman. I also spoke about the impact on one’s family and relationships, and how it still scares me. After two months it surely has been a rocky road for my spouse and me. It is hard to c...
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Billy was my first best friend. We met in kindergarten. Billy was also the first boy I’d ever seen try on women’s clothes. The kindergarten room had a bin full of adult clothes for dress-up. One day, Billy decided to pull on this black and green sequined dress with ma...
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...
It wasn’t a difficult thing for me to do once I had had made up my mind, this was something that I needed to do, there really was no other option that I could see that was a serious alternative. From that day, I chose this life and have never looked back, cutting ties and links...
Before I proceed with this article, I want to make it clear that I am so very happy with my life. Being in this place allows me the privilege to observe life from another perspective and one that I have fallen very comfortably into as my life moves further on. Returning back to t...
Introduction This is something I wrote in the very early stages of my transition; at a stage where I was becoming increasingly focused on my life path up to that point. I realised that my life had followed a pattern, which had been going with the flow, regardless. I believe wha...
Once I got on antidepressants, I started to get a better grasp of everything. I felt as if I could finally let the weight fall from my shoulders; unburden those immense feelings that were smothering me and lay them down. I felt like I could calmly work through one by one all the ...
Stop what you are doing for a moment. Take a deep breath, close your eyes, and take yourself out of yourself. Imagine yourself as someone reading the story of your life. What makes a good story? Relatable characters who develop over the course of the narrative, interesting events...
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