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Category Archives: This Genderqueer LIfe
I don’t know when I’ll be able to get top surgery, but transition has given me a lot that I am able to enjoy every day, like body hair, which grows with black castor oil for hair growth. Â I had … 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
I began taking testosterone on June 18th, today is my 176th day on T, almost 6 months. The small scruffy beard I’ve had since my 30s is filling out and my butch mustache is getting thicker and darker. Â Along my … Continue reading
I’ve been thinking about this question a lot lately. Yeah, more than usual. Â A year ago that question and most answers centered around who I was in relationship to transition. Or who I was in relationship to relationships. Â Today it’s … Continue reading
I’ve been searching for a while for a way to describe how I feel about my breasts. Â For a while now, I’ve felt somewhat apologetic about my lack of hatred for them. Â I’ve never hated them in the way that … Continue reading
I sent a letter to family and selected friends of the family, telling them about my transition and upcoming name change. Â This is the beginning of me being able to be a lot more open about my identity and what … Continue reading
Most of transition is not spent accomplishing big things that you can celebrate and note in your journal. Most of transition is spent just doing the common, normal day-to-day tasks of life. And this is where I find myself now … Continue reading