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
A few weeks was the day I was born but three years ago on that same day is when I came out to my mum as a trans man via a text because I knew she isn’t the letter type of person. You can imagine how I felt trying to write that text with my … Continue reading Misgendering
I don’t really know where to start, so I guess I might as well start from the beginning. A few months, my endocrinologist ordered a bunch of blood tests to see if I still have Polycystic ovary syndrome. (Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a hormonal disorder common among women of reproductive age) And the reason … Continue reading Mental Health And Transition Update
Hey, the day you’re reading this I’m at the gender clinic waiting to meet my third endocrinologist, and I don’t think I ever gave my full story when it comes to hormones and endocrinologists and to do that I’m going to have to go back to the very start of everything. I believe that raw … Continue reading Endocrinologists And Hormones: Today Is The Day
Last month my friend sent me this link and told me to read it but told me anything else so today I listened to the whole interview. I knew that I wanted my readers to meet Dominick Evans and understand that people with disabilities can still be transgender. The first ever blog post that ever … Continue reading Pride Month Post 2: Trans And Disabled Dominick Evans
This book will give you mixed emotions. First, you'd want to hate world then this story will show you that love wins over anything. Adam, his AIDS, passed over to him by his birth mother who was a drug addict. Adam feels that he needs to stay celibate in fear of giving someone else his … Continue reading Sharing Secrets by Matthew J. Metzger
When I feel trapped in myself, I look up transgender books and characters. Kieran felt real to me. I mean the beginning of adulthood is hard for everyone but being trans can be the cherry on top. Just like Kieran I’ve been attacked and disrespected because I’m trans. I love how fearless Kieran was with … Continue reading Coffee Boy by Austin Chan
Chapter 1 Kyle “What’s wrong with you this morning?” Nothing just couldn’t sleep last night, and I bet you’re enjoying kicking my butt? Kyle that’s what you pay me to make you work in the gym. Alright, three more and done I will see next session boss. Time for me to start the day. Under … Continue reading Should this be my next book?