My body and I have been at odds for as long as I can remember.
That’s a gentle way of putting it.
As a kid I had chronic pain. And asthma. And this thing where I would wake up in the middle of the night throwing up only to have nothing wrong with me. In the 6th grade I had my legs put in 45 degree angle casts to “fix” my leg…Read More
I knew that telling my kids my truth, about who I am was the only option! That showing the world that it really isn’t that complicated. That when someone tells you their truth you believe them and love them, because their truth has always been there, now you just get to know it.Read More
When do you tell people you don't know well that you're trans? Do you just let them notice on their own that you now have a beard?Read More
"You've lived a very full life," he says to me, while looking down at my chart and simultaneously peering up over his glasses the way doctors do.
"I'm very interested," he carries on.
I deflect the awkwardness of the fact that until the age of 31 I've lived my life as a woman by making a joke: "What, not all transmen have birthed 4 kids?"Read More