I saw two pictures the other day in chat; one of a fire with roaring flames and the other glowing embers. It struck me that those images are representative of the lives many of us lead. For many, the kindling had always been there inside us, early in our lives—it just neede...
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To my dear sisters around this beautiful planet, Namaste. At this time, when so many are bunkered and self-isolating in their homes while a predator lurks just outside, have become afraid, anxious, depressed or in a state of panic. While this situation is unpredictable and potent...
My confidence was high now, but I hadn’t told any friends or any work colleagues. This seemed to be an area that was difficult for me to face. Some of these people I’d known most of my life. However, I had thought about it and an opportunity presented itself one day when ...
I have always enjoyed writing, be it a poem, song lyrics or a personal letter. I worked as a designer/artist and consultant for many years and had the privilege of writing text for brochures and promotional material for clients. I have also spent many hours searching, reading art...
As the world continues to face one of its biggest challenges, I felt compelled to write something encouraging. So many things weigh heavily on us all-not just the COVID virus itself. The medical and health risks-especially among the older members of society (and the CDH community...
I asked a lot of questions about myself, and whether I wanted to undertake surgery. At this time being T.G. was still a bit taboo, and the environment I worked in would have made it very difficult, so I stayed where I was. However, I was beginning to look acceptable and knew my s...
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...
Natural, just is; no fad of thought required… Definition (existing in or formed by nature, as opposed to artificially created) We can decorate and adorn our bodies as much or as little as we like, much like a Christmas tree or décor in a room, and we don’t need justifica...
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...
Okay, so the holiday festivities are completed, traffic is back to normal this time of year, and life resumes its natural busyness as we slide into 2020. Our jeep developed a power steering leak during the early part of December; I added fluid, and then added more and more over t...
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