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Category Archives: Genderqueer Transition
Two years ago on 7/11/2014, I rechristened myself with a new legal name. Â A month before that, I’d started taking testosterone. At the urging of some friends, I’m going to share some of what I’ve learned about myself, about transition, … Continue reading
Have you ever had sex so good it made you cry? I’ve been there and done that more than once. Â I’ve been so moved by the connection and passion I’m experiencing with my lover that I’ve sobbed and cried with … Continue reading
I’ve been taking testosterone for about a year and a month. Â I’ve been letting my facial hair grow to see what it does when I don’t shave or trim it. Â We start with two pictures taken in June 2014, right … Continue reading
You might be looking at this post with a quizzical eye, maybe an eyebrow lift. Â Or maybe you’ve been through all this and you’re nodding in recognition. It’s not something that happened right away, but as my appearance and voice … Continue reading
I told a friend I was going to Florida for spring break with my family and he gave me a concerned look. “Be careful down there, especially in the bathrooms.” That gave me pause, because though I’d been reading about … Continue reading
This morning, I recorded myself singing Come On Get Higher (Matt Nathanson). The name of the song, as well as a frequent thought as I attempt to sing songs I used to sing before testosterone… “Come on, get higher!”
My new love, the one who seems most able to make love stay in a way that makes my heart sing and thump and shake it’s rump… she sees me. Â This morning I sent her a picture of my morning … Continue reading
I recorded myself singing a couple of days ago, singing a song that I’ve been learning over the last month, Ball and Chain by Max Gomez. Â After I posted that recording to YouTube, I listened to the recording I did … Continue reading