Tag Archives: gender identity

Still Think Trans Women Have Male Privilege? These 7 Points Prove They Don’t

This article reads like the nightmare I lived in since I was around age five. Reblogged from everyday feminism Deanna Joy Hallmark Advertisements

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2015 Santa Fe Pride

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A Case of Mistaken Identity

I was thinking this evening back to when my late beloved partner became pregnant with our son.  Because she was 36 years of age, the risk of fetal abnormalities were higher than if she had become pregnant at a younger age.  Our obstetrician recommended … Continue reading

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Queer and Proud of It

As a recently post-op transgender woman this past February, this year’s Pride Parade and Festival this weekend in Santa Fe and in many communities around the country and the world, has taken on a complete new meaning for me, as … Continue reading

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“I’m Just Saying!”

I responded to a post earlier today which delved into the topic of defining evolving terminology with regard to gender and sex.  My response was not a critique of the content. As far as I was concerned, the post covered a lot … Continue reading

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Early Childhood Recollections and Gender Self-Identity

I have a few different trains of thought running through my head as I write this and I will attempt to bring them all together by putting fingers to keys and words to screen, my own contemporary version of “putting … Continue reading

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Geesh Deanna! Where have you been?

It’s been almost two months since my GRS and I haven’t posted anything on this blog. It is time to get back to it, kiddo bambiddo, as my late beloved used to say. I still think of her often, sometimes … Continue reading

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My Last Word about Memorial Day

I was thinking this evening about this Memorial Day holiday, formerly known as Decoration Day, which began in 1865 to commemorate the Union and Confederate soldiers who died in the American Civil War. By the 20th century, Memorial Day had been extended to honor all Americans … Continue reading

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Hey-la-day-la Part Deux

I want to set the record straight about my post last time when , if you may recall dear readers, I related an incident between myself and the “man next door” that may have left a bad taste in the … Continue reading

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Justice for all doesn’t necessarily mean equality for all

I woke up this morning not knowing that today is International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia until I went to check my email.   IDAHO is still the acronym used and is probably much easier to remember than IDAHoT, but … Continue reading

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