Monthly Archives: August 2014

Childhood Memories: Books

When I was very little, my grandmother used to tell us stories. Stories she made up all by herself. They were good stories, filled with mischief and adventure. She also used to read us stories from the Bible. I think … Continue reading

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But why?

When I went to the gender clinic last week, I hadn’t told my husband yet. Not a word. I didn’t want to tell him, “Hey, dude, I’m transgender.” I was being a chicken. However, he knew I’d been to the … Continue reading

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Boxers and binders

The other day I went shopping for clothes. Did I really need them? Probably not, as I still had 4 pairs of trousers, 5 shirts, a cardigan and my classic suit. However, underneath those clothes I was still wearing my … Continue reading

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The journey begins

Monday, August 18. I’d been waiting for this day for all of my life, even though I didn’t know it. When I made my entrance into this world, the doctor jokingly said to my parents, “There’s the lad! Oh wait… … Continue reading

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