Author Archives: Julia

Dysphoria

Recently, another woman whose shoes I’ve been in posted to Facebook expressing just how distraught they were due to their dysphoria.  To be specific, genital dysphoria. I remembered back to when I was experiencing those same feelings, in mid-September through … Continue reading

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Quo vadis (2014)

In the book of life, whenever we finish a chapter, it is important for us to retrospect.  Since I started this blog, I went from being a confused and afraid excuse for a man to becoming a strong and confident … Continue reading

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My experience with Gender Reassignment Surgery

Author’s note:  I originally submitted this to the Wheel of Gender blog, however I’ve since decided to publish it here. — Surgery could be viewed as a right of passage for those who are transgendered.  In provides the opportunity for … Continue reading

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My cheesecake recipe! Recovered!

And this is what happens when you have too much time on your hands: Reboot, and make a cheesecake since your now done: Grease one springform pan with softened or liquid butter. Preheat oven to 350F. Create a graham cracker … Continue reading

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Coming to terms…

One of the things that I’ve had to do time and time again is to come to terms with the evolution of not only myself, but those around me, and the interactions therein. The last two years have been full … Continue reading

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3 weeks

I’m at nearly three weeks from surgery.  If it were tomorrow, it would be 3 weeks exactly for my flight to Montreal.  If it were Tuesday, it would be exactly 3 weeks from my surgery date, and this coming Tuesday, … Continue reading

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Depression, nervousness, and FUD

With surgery just over five weeks away, the volume on emotions is going way way up. I feel wound up like never before. I’m told this is very normal, and that it will all be okay. I think in the … Continue reading

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