This will be a snap shot of myself as I was in November of 2018. One day I was calling myself Steve, and the next I was calling myself Stephie. After five years of exploring my feminine side I decided that I had no other side but a feminine one. I accepted myself as a […]Read More My First Blog Post – A Snap Shot
I have been thinking of late about how much more I feel like myself (some would say “true” self) since I began my transitioning to live my life as a woman. It is still surprising to me how much progress I continue make in my transitioning (My Amazing Progress as of 2/16/20). I have started […]Read More It’s Me
Okay, I have been meaning to do this for months—telling my property manager I am a transgender woman. I live in a housing program for people with mental health issues. They have properties that they rent out rooms in the houses, townhomes, or condominiums to people who are diagnosed with a mental illness (mine is […]Read More Coming Out to My Property Manager
“The voice.” Not the TV singing talent show, but an early episode of Doc Martin, where Doc Martin calls a patient’s possible throat cancer case “the voice.” The patient was a singer composer. I don’t and can’t sing, but my voice has become just as important to me as a singer’s would be to them. […]Read More It’s a Voice Thing
Back in September I wrote a post about things that I told myself “not now.” I thought it might be good to look back on this post and see what happen with the not nows I discussed. These not nows were going out with makeup and a wig dressed in obvious feminine clothing, coming out […]Read More Not Now (Revisited)
My last post was about a HRT† recommendation letter I received from my therapist. In this post I will try to describe my actual first visit to the endocrinologist. First I was nervous as all get up this morning. I have dealt with a lot of anxiety in the past, but got over it about […]Read More My First Visit to the Endocrinologist
Actually, it was my therapist. And, it wasn’t for me, it was for my endocrinologist. A letter recommending me for hormone replacement therapy (hrt). My appointment with an endocrinologist is next Wednesday, March 4th. And, I should say finally! She has been procrastinating writing it for over a month. And she had to complete it […]Read More “My baby, just a wrote me a letter”
[I originally posted this to my aquestionersjourney.wordpress.com blog. But, after some thought I decided I would post it here too. It expresses my view on gender and on transgender people, but I believe it is in part educational, part personal. Hence, I thought it would belong here despite its more philosophical bent.] I have, and […]Read More Have You Been Gendered?