Thursday, July 28, 2011

Gender Questioning-Liberation!

On July 26, 2005, I came out to myself as a crossdresser. Almost immediately, all the struggle ad ension inside disappeared. What surprised me is that I felt no shame or guilt about it. I was liberated from what society says that I should be. I was completed because I finally discovered who I really was. When I read about the meaning of 'transgender', it connected with me.

Today, I am a happy transgender woman. I have made some good friends, bee out in public may times, and do the activities that I normally do. There's nothing like being authentic. I've never been happier in my life.

My journey is ongoing as I discover and experience new adventures. I love encouraging others to be who they are and that they havethe right to be happy.


1 comment:

Adam4Adam said...

It sounds awfully cheesy, but just try to be yourself. Or if you don't feel comfortable fully acting out who you are, then at least try to keep sight of want you really want to do in life (rather than have other people and roles dictate how you are supposed to think, feel, and act). If someone says something off the mark, it may be a suitable opportunity to use an educated guess to playfully ridicule them: "you watch too much TV, bud" or whatever fits the situation and feels natural to you.