I've been off PE for a while. I am basically busy with living. After a year of living full time, I started looking back on what has happened in the last year. Even the bad things had important influences on what I was doing. I joined a transWomen Circle last spring. In it we worked at getting to the heart of The Sacred Feminine, and explored our Wild (Creative) Women. I still am in my Men's Support Group. They wanted to keep me after coming out because we are…Read More
There have been a couple of major events that I simply want to mention.
My legal name change came through earlier this month. Yesterday, I got my new GA driver's license. The good news is - new name and address; the bad news: GA is pertty clear about changing the gender marker (irreversible surgery and a letter with specific contents from the surgeon); the better news: the "M" is so small that noone ever notices it, even the police (don't ask how…Read More
This is kind of a survey. I've discmoussed this with a number of men and women, both of which were natal and trans, and have come to the conclusion that chocolate 'appreciation', if you will, is a female thing. I know I have it. One night at a friend's performance, I got up to try some chocolate that a friend brought. The man I was sitting next to said "It doesn't work for me." to which I responded, "It does for me: it's a woman thing." About a month ago, I…Read More
I've had quite a lot of rush in my life. The tornadoes have not yet died down. Since going full time on December 23, 2009, I've been busy reestablishing my life and relinking up with friends, relatives, and work colleagues. I have been quite remiss in journaling and blogging and probably will be so in the future (I've hardly been on PE at all since the 23rd). Here is a quick summary.
I came out at work to my department on Friday, December 11, first…Read More