I originally wrote Saying “Fuck” to Passing over a year ago in December of 2020, where I discussed issues relating to the notion of “passing.” In addition I wrote about my attitude concerning it, and how successful I was in adhering to it. This post will look at my current thoughts on the whole “passing” thing, […]Read More More Thoughts on Passing
I recently had neck surgery for the third time. There was one little big! difference—my label, which goes on all the forms, uses an “F” to mark my sex: NAME: W*******, STEPHIE IACT#: 18362SEX: FDOB: 06/17/59AGE: 62DR: MOSKOWITZ,NATHANDOS: 03/25/22MD I actually didn’t realize this until several days of being home. But it was a psychological […]Read More Neck Surgery
This post looks back to my thoughts when I first began to transition. Before that when I first recognized my womanhood I was quite unsure of myself. What do I do? It took about five months to come out to my partner, Bette. Even then I didn’t know whether I would transition or be a […]Read More Possible?
Since I recognized my womanhood, there are things about my life I didn’t expect, either to change or develop for the first time. Here I have thought of nine: how much more I am into clothes; the development of mommy hands; that hormone treatment would work so well; explore my sexuality so keenly; become emotionally […]Read More Things I Didn’t Expect
[Note – what I describe of myself should not be taken as prescriptive. It does not seek to defend femininity as necessarily being an aspect of having a female gender as I am aware that not all who have a female gender have any necessary connection to femininity as such. Think of what is usually […]Read More My Clothing Journey
Whipping Girl: A Transsexual Woman on Sexism and the Scapegoating of Femininity tackles the damage that certain forms of feminism are causing to both transfeminism and feminism as a whole. Julia Serano sees that these forms do not counter oppositional sexism in addition to typical sexism. Also, she discusses the role that transmisogyny plays in […]Read More A Review of Julia Serano’s Whipping Girl
This is mainly a reflecting back with present residual implications. What do I mean by The Ta-Da? It is a moment when I stand in front of the living room mirror and spread out my arms in a dramatic way and say, “Ta-Da.” So, this post will explore why I did this in the first […]Read More The Ta-Da
[Preface: I used to write a philosophy blog – https://aquestionersjourney.wordpress.com/. There I had written two Santa Clause posts. Being a philosophy blog the first post was proof that Santa Claus exists, using the three traditional arguments for the existence of god. It also had an additional proof that Santa exists because it is fun to […]Read More Dear Santa
Was ever what a choice? Deciding to come out and transition. I knew from the start that actually being a woman was not a choice. Granted, I did not know where it would lead. I only took very timid steps at first. But, once I found my bearings, I began to take the first steps […]Read More Was It Ever a Choice?
“So I’m trans but my parents don’t know and Every Time the topic comes up they say some horrible stuff that makes me afraid and anxious. It even causes me doubt about if I’m trans They say a lot of trans people are not trans since there’s a lot more than back when they were […]Read More A Little of Countering Transphobia