Before I start today’s post, I want to share a little dream I had a few nights ago. I was at a trans event, and I saw Alex Bertie and Jake Edwards, two trans guys I followed pre-transition, and I was rooting for them because two were a couple at the time, and I dreamt … Continue reading One Year On Testosterone!
Image is from Pexels Here is part 2 of how my top surgery consultation went. In a way, the issue with my mobility affected my transition, which I won’t lie it made it harder on me and my mental health. If you ever dealt with body dysphoria, you know that it isn’t a fantastic emotion … Continue reading Top Surgery Consultation Part 2
Image from Pexels I know that the little bit I spoke about this was in a monthly wrap-up, and even in that post, I didn’t say much. I just didn’t feel ready to talk about it publicly until now. Some people forget that this is my personal life I’m talking about, and like everyone, I … Continue reading Top Surgery Consultation Part 1
Readathin August 2021 July’s Book Haul 2021 The Man Who Sees The World Upside Down Is Bottled Water Worth The Price? Off The Topic Thursdays/ The Web Poetry and Interviews Month Bloggers Help Blogging Hey I thought I would give you a significant life update, but I guess it’s not meant to be just yet. … Continue reading July Wrap up 2021
Image from Google Doesn’t any easy post from me to share or write. I don’t know a person who enjoys sharing what they feel is one of their weakness. I’m choosing to do so in the hopes that it helps someone out there. A way in which I try to practice self-love is by trying … Continue reading My Chest And Top Surgery
Image from Google Hey, Once again, I’m asking that everyone who can give me a hand if you can. I have spoken about Tab for a Cause. It helps causes around the world. It's simple to install; by clicking on the link and putting your email. After you create a password and activate it, you … Continue reading Trans Lifeline – Tab For A Cause
Image from Pexels It is interesting to see how language and pronouns go together. If I look at the 3 languages, I know English is the one that can be more genderfluid. In Maltese and Italian, you need to use male or female pronouns very often. Making it easier to misgender a trans person. Recently … Continue reading Let’s Talk Pronouns
Image from Pixabay Today not only I turn 25, but today four years ago I came out to my mum. She is one of the most important humans to me, so I consider this day as my ‘coming out’ day. Also, today I took my fourth shot of enanthate (Testosterone). I’m still on a half … Continue reading 4 Years In Transition!
Image from Pixabay Being that I have been waiting for this day to come close to three years. I kept it lowkey but after reviewing how my liver is doing and yes, I’m doing better on that front. My endocrinologist gave the go-ahead to start hormones. However, when I went to take my blood before … Continue reading My First Shot
As you guys know, I try to be an open book with you, especially about my transition. Which isn’t something that comes easy for me, being that I’m an introvert and a pretty private person by nature. It’s harder for me to talk about the system because it’s from the same system that I can … Continue reading It’s More Than Just Hormones And Surgeries