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Tag Archives: transgender
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. I had … Continue reading
Two years ago on 7/11/2014, I rechristened myself with a new legal name. 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. 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
If you’d like to read what others have written about Xan West’s fantastic collection of queer kinky erotica, here is the entire blog tour itinerary: The stops on the blog tour: October 1: Xan West https://xanwest.wordpress.com/ October 2: Book Birthday! Go … Continue reading
Xan West is one of my favorite authors, a master at writing savory, sexy queer erotica that pulls the reader in until you forget you’re not part of the scene. It’s exciting to see the buzz rising for Xan’s anthology, … Continue reading
I’m not even going to pretend to be unbiased — I love Xan West‘s writing. I have been a fan since discovering Xan’s work ages ago. My fandom is mainly based on Xan’s ability to write hot, nuanced sex scenes … Continue reading
I’ve been taking testosterone for about a year and a month. I’ve been letting my facial hair grow to see what it does when I don’t shave or trim it. 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. 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