Off The Topic Thursdays/ You See Me Top Five Wednesday/ Female Figures Top Ten Tuesdays/ Nature On The Cover A Message To Teachers The Zodiac Book Tag Pride March 2022 Why Do We Still Need To Talk About LGBT+ and Disability Issues? WWW Wednesday #3 My First Time In A Podcast My Trans Self and … Continue reading September Wrap Up 2022
Image is from Pixabay Hey, I’m someone who likes to think that I can bury my deepest feelings and like to play a game of pretending. Acting like I’m a robot is way easier than digging into my human side and figuring out the reasons behind the way I feel. Friends: Believe me, I understand … Continue reading My Trans Self and Friends
Image is from Pixabay That thought Within me, I fought Little tiny pains In the middle of my chest Telling me that At times My mind is a mess Putting me To the test (Even after nearly two years of hormones, I still have my dysphoria days)
The Background is from Pixabay At the beginning of the year, one of my resolutions was to write more book reviews, and yea, by now, I can say that I half failed at it. Indeed, I don’t write many full-on reviews here apart from the reading blog I typically post on Sundays. The main reason … Continue reading The Heartbreak Bakery by A.R. Capetta
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?
Image is from Pixabay The relationship between Gender and mermaids Is that there is No one and only Of who the soul And body Can’t and can be They can be masculine Or feminine At the same time Breaking up the binary That comes with the way Society sees gender Alex
Image is from Pixabay I was a lucky one Because even if My mum and I Had words for months She didn’t kick out When I came out Sadly, I knew a girl Who had to run To stay alive I still wonder Where she is at I was in love with her And I … Continue reading Fellow Transgender
Image is from Pixabay I was a lucky one Because even if My mum and I Had words for months She didn’t kick out When I came out Sadly, I knew a girl Who had to run To stay alive I still wonder Where she is at I was in love with her And I … Continue reading Where Did She Go?
Image is from Pixabay In all honesty, I have been thinking about this post for a few days now, going back and forth about this. I guess by now you know I have decided. At the start of the year, I promised myself that I wouldn’t be silenced about my transition or my disability. Being … Continue reading Both Different Yet The Same
Image is from Pixabay I’m coming out and say it in this post; I might upset some people without wanting to, yet if I don’t let it out, it will do the rounds in my head, which bothers me. So, it’s a case of you lose if you do, and you lose if you don’t. … Continue reading Thoughts On Transition