Thursday, November 30, 2006

I feel much better today. This weather is really strange. I'm looking for wool skirts anf long sleeves blouses. I'm wanting to dress more because I want to go out to various functions.

I have been making progress on a story about an out crossdresser. It's possible it could be a vehicle for a play.

Wednesday, November 29, 2006

I haven't been feeling good the past couple of weeks. This crazy weather has gotten a lot of people sick. Still trying to shake something.

Thanksgiving was good. My computer is down so I'm using this one at work. Hope to be up again soon.

Monday, November 27, 2006

Thanksgiving was very good. Spent the day with the family eating turkey and all the trimmings. It rained all day.

I watched the documentary 'Transgeneration' in its entirety. It was quite interesting how the families handled the transitioning these college students were going through. When I think about it's really crossed many barriers, not just gender. I admire these young people for the courage to follow their convictions.

I went into the city on Saturday. It was mild for late November. I went into a few bookstores and browsed through the fiction and literature sections. Plays have been the focus lately and I'm attempting to write one. I also thumbed through some women's magazines. I want to improve my make up skill and add shades of color to my appearance.

Wednesday, November 22, 2006


Inner peace and contentment far outweigh
whether or not I will pass.

Tuesday, November 21, 2006

Today is the best I have felt in several days. I have been battling a cold and the flu.

I attended a transgender Day of Remembrance celebration yesterday. It felt good to be around my trans brothers and sisters. One of my goals for the coming year is to attend more trans events.

This year has been one of firsts. I am so comfortable with being a transgender person. It has made a difference in my life.

Friday, November 17, 2006


Diversity is accepting people who may have differing views,
but are a piece to the puzzle of life.

Thursday, November 16, 2006



Tuesday, November 14, 2006

I marched in the Veteran's Day parade dressed as Genevieve. It was a great day for everyone. I marched under the banner of the American Veterans for Equality. Young and old cheered, waved, and said "Thank you". I was truly humbled by it. There were many veterans in the parade. The comraderie among them is still after many years.

There were a number of WWII and Korean War vets. Not each homage is paid to these brave men and women and we should thank them for what they did to preserve our freedom.

I was dressed the whole day. It was the longest that I spent dressed and I want to do it more often.

Friday, November 10, 2006


The people who have impacted mankind the most
were those who were willing to step outside the box.

Thursday, November 09, 2006

It's official! I will march in the Veteran's Day parade on Saturday. I'm both excited and honored. I want to get to know more LGBT veterans.

The elections are over and I have some mixed vibes about what transpired. Partisan politics and political correctness seem more important than issues of the people. Also, IMO, there are too 'empty suits'.

Monday, November 06, 2006

I got dressed up last Friday evening and wow, it was great to be out there again! I walked along the bust streets without a care in the world. I strolled through the nearly empty park, save several joggers, by the river. It was chilly but I dreesed warm. The feel of the wind on my bare legs was exhilerating. Gazing out into the harbor, I felt so comfortable being me. I am so happy that I am a transgender and a transvestite.

People laughs and scorns at us. We're called perverts, mentally ill, and faggots. Society says we aren't fit to be considered normal. My insides bubbling, I said to no one in particular "My name is Gennee! I'm a transgender and a transvestite and I'm proud of it!" That felt sooo good to get off my chest.

Yesterday, I attended a meeting of LGBT veterans. AVER, American Veterans for Equal Rights, will be marching in the Veterans Day Parade this Saturday. I will be marching as a transgender. I can't waith because this is something I have wanted to do for a while.

Friday, November 03, 2006


Change happens because there a greater purpose that lies ahead.

Thursday, November 02, 2006

Tomorrow I will be out dressed for the first time in two months. I can't wait to get out and about again. There's so much happening and trying to decide which place to go is a challenge.

I have so much to write about my life as aTG/TV. Each day it gets better and I am comfortable with my life. I'm still developing a play but I haven't worked it as much as I would like.

Wednesday, November 01, 2006

I have been feeling good the past several days. I have been reading, writing, enjoying my life as a transgender. I haven't dressed in two months but I feel feminine just the same.

I will be going out dressed Friday evening . I'm checking out a couple of films to see if they are worth seeing.