Inspired by James Arthur - Quite Miss Home https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DxNApvfnASM This time Of year Because it’s that time Of year When I told you My biggest secret That inside My heart I feel a guy And you asked Who is he? And with tears In my eyes I said it was Me And I would see … Continue reading Blogmas Day 19: Off The Topic Thursdays/ I Miss You
I wasn’t going to post this; in fact, it took me about a month to get the courage to post this. I’m not doing it for pity or for people to feel sorry for me. I’m doing this because it might help someone else and for me to read as time passes. I must say … Continue reading Post Seeing My New Endocrinologist Thoughts
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?
Like most of you know, I’m trans. As this post is going up, I’m at my appointment. Here are my thoughts before I go. The first meeting is with a social worker and a nurse. Luckily I know the clinic social worker because she has been my social worker for more than two years, the … Continue reading Going to my first gender clinic appointment
Yesterday I read a memoir by a remarkable man called Skylar Kergil and his journey from female to male. Upon reading the first few pages, I quickly realised how every transition is different depending on the person who is going through it. My second thought was this will be meaningful to me because I'm going … Continue reading My Thoughts On ‘Before I Had the Words: On Being a Transgender Young Adult’
I get that my bookish friends would love a book giveaway. However being a trans guy myself, I know what it is like to dream to have a chest binder and can’t afford it. So I’m going to post this in some trans guys groups, and hopefully, I won’t get flagged or ban for the … Continue reading Giveaway