Tag Archives: gender identity

Am I the same person I was before transition?

I started to comment to a question that was posed by a dear friend, Robyn, to whom I have neither seen nor spoken, except via email and responding to her blog,  Transgender in State and as my comment was getting awfully … Continue reading

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Being the Person I Was Born to Be

From the Celebration Facebook page Our speaker for Sunday, March 3 will be Deanna Joy Hallmark, speaking on the topic of “Being the Person I Was Born to Be.” Special music by Lisa Carman. Bio: Deanna identifies herself as a … Continue reading

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What do you mean “I was asking for it ?” Part deux

For those of you who responded to my post yesterday and who had the compassion not to use my post as a platform to express another way of viewing the situation and simply showed their understanding of how I could … Continue reading

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Moving forward to Sisterhood

I haven’t posted for a few days but yet I’ve been a busy girl.  Yesterday I went to see another doctor in the same clinic as my regular doctor who I came out to two weeks ago and who froze … Continue reading

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