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I've experience a remarkable change in perspective since I started transition now 7 years ago. Back then I could hardly think about anything but gender and my discomfort. I started hormones and had immediate peace and calm and it resulted in me being asked to leadership positions in my work and my favorite activity then, theater and in the local Kiwanis club. But as I came out anxiety became intense as I was 'uninvited' . It appeared to me that ordinary people like the characteristics of a…Read More
I'm now 18 months post op and 2 years since name change and 6 years since starting transition. My life has changed in many ways. My medical practice is barely afloat. I continue to have a wonderful relationship with my friend Judy. I've been working on a computer program for 2 years now that is about half done and making great progress. I visited with my family in Kentucky and I've reached a comforting level of acceptance.
I'm more comfortable with myself than any time in the past. I…Read More
I think this issue is all about perspective. To 99% of society the only difference between a gay queen and a transsexual is a surgically constructed vagina.
I just read Janice Raymonds Transsxual Empire and the making of the She-Male. I've fought the battle to be recognized as a woman for 5 years now and have endured the 'he-she' treatment for what seems like no end in sight when I'm in my little town doing the same job as before. Now over a year post op I've decided it is time to own…Read More