I wasn’t planning to review this book which seems to become a new theme for me, but please hear me out. This book deals with a lot of essential trans-related topics to the point that my eyes are dying to sleep, but my brain won’t shut down until I put my thoughts on the page. … Continue reading Finding Tranquility: A Love Story by Laura Heffernan
June 27th: Books You Want to Read Before the End of the Year --Halfway through the year, and it's time to evaluate our reading goals and take a look at our TBRs for the second half of the year! Full Hearts and Empty Bellies (Forest Trilogy #1) by Winifred Foley Boy Meets Boy by David … Continue reading Top 5 Wednesday
Not long ago my partner wrote a post about us on this blog, so I said why not write one myself in hopes that my family won’t see it or read it, but sometimes things are worth the risk. Being an open transgender on the internet brings positive and negative feedback, and I met my … Continue reading Relationship
+ =Unique Here we take a look at the life of two girls who are intersex. + =Queerness Based on comic cons and female power. + =Big is beautiful Big girls with big opinions. + = Girls who stand up from themselves Two girls who stand up for who they are. + = Trans Kindom Two young people telling their … Continue reading If you enjoy this , you might also enjoy this!
None of the above is about a girl who just found out that she is intersex. I am not even going to try and explain what the term intersex is due to the fact I’m not a doctor nor am I a person who is intersex. Therefore, the way I understand might be wrong. I … Continue reading None of the Above by I.W. Gregorio
Let me start by saying that I loved Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda the first book in this series or is it going to be a series I don’t know!. Leah the main character started bothering from the first pages, and that’s a first for me I never began to dislike a character so … Continue reading Leah on the Offbeat (Creekwood #2) by Becky Albertalli
About a few days, I got a comment wondering how my most of my family don’t know that I’m trans. The reason they asked is that I wrote about it in that post and this the answer I gave them at the time. “They do see me, sadly I don’t “pass” as male and … Continue reading Blogging and Books helped me escape
The first few words that I was told when I got on this earth "congratulations it's a girl". I barely had time to take my first breaths, but society was already defining I should be this one gender based on my genitals not on my mind and soul. Much say, but you can't prove you … Continue reading The Transgender Manifesto by Ian Thomas Malone