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My First Post-Op Christmas

This Christmas holiday is the first since I completed my physical transition last February.  It is a Christmas I will spend with friends and this year with family.  My son is in town from California and will spend Christmas Eve as … Continue reading

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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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Thus Spake Deanna

“When you have eliminated all which is impossible, then whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth.”      -Sherlock Holmes Science, whether it be physics or politics is about having an idea, a supposition, if you will, and then experimenting with the … 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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My Life from Finish to Start

I was sitting in my car this afternoon by the Santa Fe Railyard having just gotten out of a downpour of rain with the help of my housemate Baji who luckily had a golf size umbrella big enough for the … Continue reading

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“The Spy Who Came In from the Cold”

I have been contemplating for awhile to changing the title of this blog to “A Spy In the Enemy Camp – A transgender woman’s  life living as a man.”  The premise for this title is that I once heard or read somewhere … Continue reading

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Finding my Special Niche in the “Gender-Queer Equality” Debate

Note: This post has been edited with some content removed since I first published this post. My apologies to anyone who read the article before I edited it. In my last post I talked about the feeling that I no … Continue reading

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So What’s Next on My Near Empty Plate?

After two and a half years where the main driving force in my life was completing my physical transition, fueled by my gender dysphoria of not having my external sexual organs reflect my internal gender self identity, I have suddenly come to … Continue reading

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Am I Still Transgender?

I have been pondering both before and since my GRS in February whether I identify as a post-op transgender woman or just a woman. Sure I can be one or the other or both, given the context into which I … Continue reading

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