Last Minute Concerns

Friday night, midnight. And what am I doing? Writing. Because I’m so anxious, so excited and nervous and my mind can’t stop thinking but can’t focus either. I’m wired. So I’ll take this opportunity to let it out. I’d be going all over this in my mind anyway, while attempting to fall asleep, in vain. I have a huge headache from all the anxiety. I’m … Continue reading Last Minute Concerns

Top Surgery, part 2

(Because anything good always has seconds) Speaking of Seconds… A mere 7 days to go, 168 hours, 10,080 minutes, 604,800 seconds* (*approximations only) before I board a plane to my long-awaited destination. And as each day passes, the second-thoughts thoughts mellow. For second thoughts I have had more than just two. Among my ever pestering conundrums are: am I doing the right thing? should I … Continue reading Top Surgery, part 2

In the News: “The Road To Transgender Equality is Long. Help Shorten It”

Today’s post on Change.org, titled “The Road To Transgender Equality is Long. Help Shorten It” explains how transgender people are still facing more discrimination than even gays. there’s new evidence that the “T” has seen the least progress of the other three letters of that oft-used acronym While I am privileged enough to have never faced harsh discrimination for being trans, gay, or queer, I … Continue reading In the News: “The Road To Transgender Equality is Long. Help Shorten It”