Tag Archives: trangender

Living Beyond Transition

I debated transition for years, writhing in emotional pain trying to answer questions that lay beyond the transition event horizon: would I be happier if I transitioned? Would the pains of transition be less than the pains of denial by … Continue reading

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Fall Wardrobe

The maple seeds are helicoptering down today. That means it’s time for the fall wardrobe. While spring is my favorite season, fall is my favorite wardrobe season with its heralds of oversize cozy sweaters, scarves, and boots. It’s easier to … Continue reading

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Butterfly Makeup

‘How old _is_ this stuff?’ I asked myself while reaching for a foundation in my makeup basket. ‘Three years? Four?’ I couldn’t remember the last time I used any of them so I threw them all out along with some … Continue reading

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Meditations on belonging

Belonging is something I’m still working on. I still don’t know how being trans influences belonging. My first inkling I didn’t belong in a group was when I was around four years old. Most of my neighbors were girls and … Continue reading

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