Image is from Pixabay I have a feeling that I will get judged negatively on my thoughts, but deep down, I know they don’t come from a place of hate. I write them down, so they don’t keep turning in my head. A question I ask myself is, why do you share things online that … Continue reading Gender In A Medical Setting
Winter Weather and Our Health
Image is from Pixabay It’s a cold winter; at least, it’s the coldest I have felt in a while. We are lucky that we were allowed to install air conditioning in the new place, and I was told that since it’s a reasonably new building, it will be slightly colder. I am unsure if it … Continue reading Winter Weather and Our Health
The Doctor’s Office
Image is from Pixabay Growing up I never had a fear Of doctors Only of band-aids Since I started transitioning As soon as I step in A doctor’s office Anxiety changes me In a whole different person Alex
Apple Of My Eye Movie Rant
https://youtu.be/nrMXTKe-C1s?t=15 From YouTube I just started the Apple of My Eye, and I knew I needed to write my thoughts. Bailey is a horse rider, and whilst she was practising, she had an accident. She stood up and acted like nothing had happened, which of course, wasn't the case. She tried to hide it from … Continue reading Apple Of My Eye Movie Rant
Happy Cerebral Palsy Day
Image is from Pexels Tomorrow is World Cerebral Palsy Day, which is what I have, and I’m not alone because there are roughly 18 million people worldwide. There are four primary types, each depending on which area of the brain is affected. I see Cerebral Palsy as an umbrella that covers a speculum of symptoms. … Continue reading Happy Cerebral Palsy Day
Why Do We Still Need To Talk About LGBT+ and Disability Issues?
From Google I’m no stranger to discrimination or the laws that make it so regarding gender and disability. I know that trans people and disabled people are made of small minorities, putting me in an even smaller one. Which to some people means that people in my situation don’t exist, completely removing my sense of … Continue reading Why Do We Still Need To Talk About LGBT+ and Disability Issues?
My Life Right Now?
Image is from Pixabay First of all, if you were wondering why I didn’t like your posts when I typically do, here is why. In the last few weeks, I have been having this pain from wrist to thumb, which I ignored; having nerve damage in both hands, I’m used to pain. However, things took … Continue reading My Life Right Now?
My Life In 2021!
Image is from Pixabay The main reason I have been postponing this post is that I don’t know where to start. So, I guess last January will have to do. I was unemployed and looking for a job. My family wanted me to find a job in Gozo at cost. While I knew it wasn’t … Continue reading My Life In 2021!
One Year On Testosterone!
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!
Top Surgery Consultation Part 2
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
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