Monthly Archives: July 2013

The Road to Bangkok: About Saving Face

My good online girlfriend Robyn Alice introduced me to a friend of hers who had her own GRS with Dr. Preecha.  I asked her about the hair removal thing around the surgical site and learned that she didn’t have any … Continue reading

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The Road to Bangkok: Part 1b

I went today to the spa in Albuquerque and had a consultation about Laser hair removal treatments “down there” with the woman who will be giving me my treatments.  We also discussed some other areas to consider for treatment such … Continue reading

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The Road to Bangkok: Part 1a

Some of you may be old enough to remember watching in a theater or at least on TV some of the seven Road to… comedy films starring Bob Hope, Bing Crosby and Dorothy Lamour. If not, some of you may have … Continue reading

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Finally the Countdown Begins

According to my calculations, 215 days from today, February 20, 2014, I will be having my Gender Reassignment Surgery (GRS), what I prefer to call Gender Affirmation Surgery, although the acronym would then be “GAS.”  It will be a “gas” … Continue reading

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Reblog: Denial of Sexism in Gaming

I think Timid Atheist brings up a valid point about sexism and I want to take the topic a little further and hope she doesn’t mind. Sexism in one definition that I found means “Prejudice, stereotyping, or discrimination, typically against … Continue reading

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Bangkok, Thailand, Here I Come!

As I have posted on the blog many times before, I have always held in my heart that the completion of my transition with surgery was a done deal. Having said that, I am now in the process of arranging … Continue reading

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