First Lines Fridays is a weekly feature for book lovers hosted by Wandering Words. What if instead of judging a book by its cover, its author or its prestige, we judged it by its opening lines? Pick a book off your shelf (it could be your current read or on your TBR) and open to the first … Continue reading First Lines Friday
The 7th of June (last month) I had a day off since in Malta it’s a public holiday here. Having said that I can’t remember why it’s a public holiday. I asked my friend if he wants to hang out and after joining me to the launch of TRANSformazzjoni. TRANSformazzjoni is a documentary by MGRM … Continue reading TRANSformazzjoni
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
When a bird or a butterfly Are Trapped And They fight For their lives This is how Gender Dysphoria Feels And To be Set free I need To learn To be Me
If you read my last post on the subject, you know that going to my childhood home isn’t the easiest to cope as I said in this post here. Months ago, my mum outed me to my dad, and I guess she was right that was the most straightforward way of doing things and for … Continue reading Will It Ever Be Father And Son?
You have the body of a Female/Male, so you are Female/Male. What do you have down there? It’s a choice. Tranny/Fag/Freak. It’s just a phase. I’ll be your friend if you don’t transition. You’ll burn to hell. Grow out of it. These are just a few of the stuff I’ve been told but, this … Continue reading What Not To Tell Trans People
If you read My last few posts, you know that I had an appointment at the gender clinic, after discussing things with a nurse and a social worker, who happens to be my social worker, so she knew a lot of my history. Give me a second to fast-forward a bit; I got a notary … Continue reading Becoming Alex