Tag Archives: Transgender

Book Report 4: Becoming Nicole

“Who we are is inseparable not only from who we think we are, but from who others think we are.” It’s rare that I tear through a book in a matter of days. I’m usually a slow and methodical reader, … Continue reading

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Caitlyn Jenner

I’ve been meaning to write about the Jenner interview with Diane Sawyer ever since it first aired. I even watched it again to make sure I didn’t miss anything that I’d want to mention here when I did get around … Continue reading

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Would You?

A couple years ago, I read something either on a trans friend’s blog or on a message board. I don’t recall. But, for some reason the content of that post stuck with me. I didn’t think it had up until … Continue reading

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The Eyes Are the Trigger to the Dysphoria

*******************************BEWARE: SEVERE TRIGGERS AHEAD************************************* Yesterday was an extremely tough day. And all it took was a less than flattering picture of my face. I've known for quite some time that my vision was failing. I noticed that street signs were … Continue reading

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I Got This

I’m sitting here on the edge of a nature preserve near home reflecting on the last few days. On the surface, there was a loss. My job. But, it doesn’t take much effort to see the huge success that came … Continue reading

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Easter 2013

I knew how this would go down. I’ve had enough time and plenty of examples over the last three years to show me how much my life has changed since I came out to my family. But, it still stings. … Continue reading

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A Question of Shame

I have this really hard time saying “Hi. My name is Becca”. Even in places where it should be very safe to do so. And it’s left me wondering if I’m embarrassed to be seen as trans. So, I thought … Continue reading

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