Call Me By My Name Pink Learn To Have A Voice Dear Anxiety Hey Everyone, Like I did in March’s wrap, I want to write my end of the month wrap-up during the month itself. Today, it’s the 17th of April, and I’m 20 pages away from finishing my novel; to say that writing the … Continue reading April Wrap Up 2021
Image from Pixabay At 7-years-oldI asked my auntWhy boys need to have blueAnd girls pink?Why can't the babyGrowing in my mummy’s tummyHave yellow instead?That was the first timeI rememberI started to question genderAnd connecting the dotsOf what this really meansAbout me Alex
Image from Pixabay Everything started when I came out to my doctor a few months after I came to my mum. Like most parents, my mum thought I was just going through a phase. I remember feeling very destress. What added to the fire was that my mum told me she would kick me out … Continue reading Some Thoughts On Therapy
Image from Pixabay The thoughts behind this came after one of you sent me a comment asking me who are my favourite trans authors. That’s an interesting question because I read many trans characters and books with trans related topics. I try my best to search if the author is trans or cis, the reason … Continue reading Trans Representation
Image from Pixabay Today not only I turn 25, but today four years ago I came out to my mum. She is one of the most important humans to me, so I consider this day as my ‘coming out’ day. Also, today I took my fourth shot of enanthate (Testosterone). I’m still on a half … Continue reading 4 Years In Transition!
Image from Google In a couple of days, it will be 4 years since I came out as trans. If you read any of my transition posts, you would know that it took close to 3 years to start testosterone. One of the many reasons I couldn’t was l had liver issues. Someone years ago, … Continue reading Testosterone In Food
Alex starts his book with a letter to his dad trying to explain what he always felt, and that’s not female. In the hopes that he’s understood and accepted the same thing that we all wish from our parents. In the first chapter, we get an introduction about gender and sexuality that so well written. … Continue reading My Thoughts On Trans Mission: My Quest To A Beard By Alex Bertie
Image from Pixabay To say that I went back and forth when it comes to the subject on my mind is an understatement. Being that it might rub some trans people who live here the wrong way. At the end of the day, I decided to share my thoughts and opinion with you guys. There … Continue reading My Thoughts On The Trans Healthcare Here
Image from Pixabay Since both of my parents didn’t grow up with a ton of affection. My dad went on to enter the army. Which has a bit of a robotic environment in my eyes and from the stories I heard. My mum living with nuns and then becoming a nun herself didn’t fare much … Continue reading How Hugging Has Become A Secret?
Image from Pixabay (I understand that this isn’t a happy post, but I wrote this a few weeks ago and got the chance to post it). What makes me a man? The simple answer is something that I feel from within, how my mind thinks a way and my body shows another thing. I spent … Continue reading Blogmas Day 27 What Makes A Man?