Daughter

After coming out to my wife, I have been trying to build my courage to tell my parents. Trying to find or create opportunities to tell them about me, whenever I was visiting them.

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Why

This week I had a wonderful conversation with a lovely lady, about being transgender and why we feel the need to express ourselves as the gender opposite of our body or what we have been assigned at birth. I used to struggle with this question of why is it so important for me to express myself as a woman.

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Empower each other

So many times I see people arguing, even within the transgender community, who is right and who is wrong. Who fits the label and who doesn’t. I so wish people would spend more time supporting each other, instead of trying to convince the other is wrong, or even worse, not worth.

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Locked out

Although I am trying to minimize it, I am always overthinking things. This prevented me in the past to move forward. Some times I needed to go through somewhat embarrassing experiences, to make steps, which I previously feared.

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Caught

Before I used to go out en femme, I sometimes dressed up at home. These moments were limited and often I only tried on a dress at night, if my wife was working her night shift. Or at day time if I knew everybody was away. But sometimes things don’t exactly go as you had wished for.

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Social distancing

My heart goes out to those that are fighting the Corona virus, to those that are ill, and those who have lost a family member or a friend. I hope you find support and strength in this difficult time.

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We repeat what we don’t repair

– Christine Langley-Obaugh

My journey

The journey I have gone through to accept I am transgender, has taken me 47 years so far. In this post I would like to break down my path to where I am now, and some phases I have gone through. I have kept things hidden for long, and looking back I should have reached out to others much earlier in life.

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