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Sentenced For A Crime I Did Not Commit

As I begin my fourth year since I came out and began my transition, now complete, it has become harder to remember how it once felt living trapped in a male body with which I no longer identified.  All the pain and anguish I … Continue reading

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It’s About Time We Got Over It

What I’m about to say is offered with love and very tough love at that. I have been thinking a lot lately about what I see happening in the Trans blogsphere and I want to share my feelings about that. … Continue reading

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I Refused to Grow Up to Putting On My Big Girl Panties

I came to a very startling revelation this evening which I believe, has it’s roots in being born transgender and has been running my life until I “took the bull by the horns” and chose to finally come out to begin … 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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On the Road to Bangkok: Where Have I Been These Past Few Weeks?

I haven’t been keeping all y’all* up to date and I’m pretty sure I now know why.  When I began writing this blog under the title I Am Deanna back in December 2011, I was beginning my journey and each day … Continue reading

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Happy 2nd Birthday to the Woman I Have Always Been

Today, November 27, 2013 just happens to be the second birthday of the girl and woman I have always been. If you haven’t read my story before, just click on this link or the link above entitled “Coming Out as Deanna.” The … 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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A Curious Conundrum

It is interesting to me that when I was still trying to pretend to be a “straight” guy, even though I was ally to the  GLBT communities, I still was abhorrent to watching or even imagining men kissing or otherwise … 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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Until one is committed

As I was responding to a post by my dear friend Kira Moore on her blog, I was reminded of a quote by which I live my life and have experienced over and over throughout my transition. “Until one is committed, … Continue reading

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