Tag Archives: childhood memories

In the picture

The other day I had my fourth meeting with my gender therapist. Because he asked, I brought childhood pictures (falsely portraying a happy and normal girl’s life) and we looked at them together. It was awkward, to say the least. … Continue reading

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Play time

More Madeline Wyndzen questions again. That page of hers really is a goldmine! During your early childhood (before puberty) what were your friends like? Describe your best friends. Were they boys or girls? What were you favorite types of play? … Continue reading

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Stand up and pee

How many transmen have wanted to pee standing up, or even tried it as a child? I’ll bet most of us did. For those of us who never tried, let me assure you that it’s a messy business. No, I’m … Continue reading

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Similar, but not the same

In her response to my previous post, my sister wrote the following. So here’s my struggle trying to understand you. I love you dearly and I don’t ever want to loose you. But the thing is, we are so similar … Continue reading

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Not just a tomboy

I remember the day my five-year-old sister and three-year-old me got our big dolls. With their dark brown curls and deep blue eyes they were gorgeous. Mine wore a neat white dress with tiny blue flowers. I can’t recall what … Continue reading

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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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