Found out my nephew Nick came out as genderfluid and mom accepted it.Asked him where he got his advice and told her from me.She told me thank you.My cousin Lewis,he did take it well too and is glad I helped out with advice.They both noticed he loved dressing as the opposite gender for a long time.14 years old and wants to dress as Nicole.
I cry at the ending scene in LOTR-Return of the King. When he sees Arwin. And it continues when he kneels before the four hobits and tells them “you kneel for no one”.
I lost it before now I’m a wreck. Lol
I freakin cry over commercials! Movies and TV series with sad or tear jerking scenes plow me right under. My wife laughs at me so much over this.
I admit I like the freedom to do so now. I don’t have to hold it in or hide it anymore.
I think you are doing great with your makeup. I’m very inexperienced but it looks really good to be.
It amazes me that there are still places that still are homophobic.
It’s a bit out of your way but the University of Vermont is extremely tolerant and supportive toward LBGTQ and the pay well too.
Vermont is a wonderful place to transition so we will take you!!!
Well that sucks. Hopefully you can find another way forward. I don't know what the situation is in Arkansas, but here it's legal to discriminate against trans people. Our colleges are pretty tolerant though. May you find an employer that doesn't suffer from recto-cranial inversion.
Well, I finally got the talk by my principal due to two calls from unidentified females voicing concerns about me wearing makeup while giving GED tests. He said he personally doesn't care how I choose to express myself. But with attendance being as low as it is, he really doesn't want to create any more variables that might threaten the school's budgetary futures by pushing away new or current students.
I knew it was coming, but I let myself think it'd be much further down the line. Yeah, it hurts, and yes, I'm doing what I've taught myself not to ruminate and spiral back into depression. But dang it...I was finally feeling happy about myself. Oh, well....just keep repeating "progress isn't always linear".
I always tear up at the end of the movie, “Far and Away”. The ending pulls on my heartstrings in a happy way. But recently my wife and I watched “Boy Meets Girl” and for whatever the reason...it hit me like a ton of bricks. I had a good cry even though it was probably not the most realistic plot line for a movie.
LOL, I noticed I had already mentioned “Far and Away” in a previous post on this same thread back in Oct. oh well! It’s hard to keep track of all the posts I make.
Well, I've bathed and applied a generous amount of baby powder to prevent chaffing....now it's time to put the rest of me on.
Weight gain to me is putting all that silicon back on. Weight loss is taking it off at the end of the day.
What HELL we girls put ourselves through just to look nice.
Be safe. Be Smart.
You've gotta be STRONG to carry ON. (An extra 20 pounds? Thank god I didn't opt for a ridiculously bigger cup size, or butt size.)
That's one of the government's reasons for not putting an X marker on passports, but mostly "it'll cost too much to implement those changes" which is demonstrably incorrect. But personally, I would assume that's just one of the many considerations the individual should make when planning international travel. Some places are hostile, others (like Saudi Arabia) reportedly refuse entry to anyone with an X marker on their passport. So, that's kinda convenient, I guess? Incidentally, I've done some investigating since reading and posting this, and it seems that if your state's drivers license permits an X marker, then your Real ID will, too.
But I know that there are some people with a severe enough level of dysphoria or emotional triggers that having a gender marker on an ID that's different from how they identify/present will cause distress or out them as trans. So, as it stands, it's probably just a trade-off that the individual will have to make for themselves.