For the first time in my life, I feel free in my own body and free from the misery I’ve carried my whole life, free of gender dysphoria.
In seven days I’ll be recovering after gender affirmation surgery – it seems unreal.
Motherhood is an ambition that has seemed completely inaccessible for me for most of the last 30 years. My recent revelation that motherhood is, in fact, a possibility or an option in my life has been overwhelming.
2018 was a good year during which three acts of kindness and thoughtfulness helped underscore how good people can be.
I’m extremely lucky – to have a partner who has been my girlfriend, my almost-boyfriend, and my butch rock, throughout transition.
Over the last few days, I have been about a degree away from boiling over.
Today marks a milestone, today I’ve been on Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) for a full year.
About a month ago I attended my sister’s wedding and saw most of my family for the first time since I transitioned.
In less than a week I’ll be attending my sister’s wedding it will also be the first time I will see my family since I came out and started to transition.
Eight months into a years-long journey and It’s been a wild ride so far.