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I am a Transsexual ask me a question.

 
Nikki_LaVey

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One month Post-Op today and I have never felt better emotionally in my life even though I am sore still physically. :)

Peace people!
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Congrats sweetie!
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Longshot, but I may know you... were you born & raised in Rosemead Ca?
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No born and raised on the Chesapeake Bay in Maryland.
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I went to Dr. Brassard, the whole experience was fantastic!
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I went to Dr. Brassard, the whole experience was fantastic!
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I have friends who went to him they are very happy.

I had my done by Dr. Bowers.

Just remember to dilate ;-)
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Seriously I had a friend who did this in the late 70s and they put the penis up inside (with a hole for an exit) so she actually still came like a man.
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I went to Dr. Brassard, the whole experience was fantastic!


I have friends who went to him they are very happy.

I had my done by Dr. Bowers.

Just remember to dilate ;-)
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Off to do that now!

Thank for the warm thoughts Nikki :)
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I don't mind transexuals..some can be really hot..


I know I look at some of the younger girls and I'm jealous ;-)

Yeah some really just look like woman. Can't even tell. Especially Thai girls and some Brazilians..


I have friends here that you would never guess they ever lived as a male.

I'm sure straight guys get curious..
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I'm straight, tho' like transexual girls too, esp; Asian/oriental & some hot Latinos! who look really gorgeous!, not that I've experienced any personally, but?? dunnooo??!
People should be given the space & freedom to pursue whatever sexuality they desire, esp: if they feel 'trapped' in the wrong body. What gives the whole transgender/sexual thing a 'bad' name are hairy ugly big men dressing up in feminine clothes.. looking freaky & ridiculous!!! but.. even they ought to be allowed to express themselves, after all, it's only fabric. There's too much judging going on this world on the way people dress up & appear. I hate the shirt n tie & formal looking uniforms & attire.. as I'm happy being scruffy & casual. But, if transvestites are going to wear tights & stockings, please shave your legs & beards.. otherwise it looks absolutely 'hideous!

There IS a difference in the way men & women think, but I'd like to know if a transexual has the feminine mind-set naturally, or is that brought on by hormone treatment?
I mean, do you get pissed off if a man leaves the toilet lid up? Aren't some transexuals born naturally that way, even hermathratdites with all the genital organs present?

Nobody should be condemned the way they're born, or the way they want to to change! Us humans do have a cruel streak in us though, picking on people cos of their physical appearance, dress codes or mannerisms.

Not sure if it was the BBC or ITV this week, but there was a MASSIVE public outcry, literally millions of viewers complaining just because a weather presenter was wearing jeans & not wearing a tie! I mean.. for fucks sake!!!!

Why can't people just fucking wear what they feel like?! without the 'dress-code' police foaming at the mouth?!!
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Niki,

1. Would you describe your childhood as happy and how was discipline expressed in your home.

2. When did you know you different than other boys age five or older?

3. How come you got married?



4. How did your ex and children take it?


5. You seem quite the extrovert with a rich social life. Do people still try to fight you?

6. When is the last time you fought to protect yourself?


7. Do any of your children suffer from gender confusion?



I apologize in advance if those questions have been addressed.

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I don't mind transexuals..some can be really hot..


I know I look at some of the younger girls and I'm jealous ;-)

Yeah some really just look like woman. Can't even tell. Especially Thai girls and some Brazilians..


I have friends here that you would never guess they ever lived as a male.

I'm sure straight guys get curious..



I'm straight, tho' like transexual girls too, esp; Asian/oriental & some hot Latinos! who look really gorgeous!, not that I've experienced any personally, but?? dunnooo??!
People should be given the space & freedom to pursue whatever sexuality they desire, esp: if they feel 'trapped' in the wrong body. What gives the whole transgender/sexual thing a 'bad' name are hairy ugly big men dressing up in feminine clothes.. looking freaky & ridiculous!!! but.. even they ought to be allowed to express themselves, after all, it's only fabric. There's too much judging going on this world on the way people dress up & appear. I hate the shirt n tie & formal looking uniforms & attire.. as I'm happy being scruffy & casual. But, if transvestites are going to wear tights & stockings, please shave your legs & beards.. otherwise it looks absolutely 'hideous!

There IS a difference in the way men & women think, but I'd like to know if a transexual has the feminine mind-set naturally, or is that brought on by hormone treatment?
I mean, do you get pissed off if a man leaves the toilet lid up? Aren't some transexuals born naturally that way, even hermathratdites with all the genital organs present?

Nobody should be condemned the way they're born, or the way they want to to change! Us humans do have a cruel streak in us though, picking on people cos of their physical appearance, dress codes or mannerisms.

Not sure if it was the BBC or ITV this week, but there was a MASSIVE public outcry, literally millions of viewers complaining just because a weather presenter was wearing jeans & not wearing a tie! I mean.. for fucks sake!!!!

Why can't people just fucking wear what they feel like?! without the 'dress-code' police foaming at the mouth?!!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1138024


First off some advice. If you do meet a transgender women just treat her like you would any other women.

MIDs (men in dresses) drive me insane!

If you are gona do it don't 1/2 step. that is the way I see it.

One of the things I do is help "New Girls" prepare to go out in public.

I have reached the point where I can o out in public without makeup and no one looks twice.

Yes transsexuals will tell you that they have always thought like a women.

Most of my life I have peed sitting down.
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Niki,

1. Would you describe your childhood as happy and how was discipline expressed in your home.

2. When did you know you different than other boys age five or older?

3. How come you got married?



4. How did you ex and children take it?


5. You seem quite the extrovert with a rich social life. Do people still try to fight you?

6. When is the last time you fought to protect yourself?


7. Do any of your children suffer from gender confusion?



I apologize in advance if those questions have been addressed.
 Quoting: FubarMan


Good questions all.

I grew up with a very masculine father and a very feminine mother and I spent equal time with both. My father was a WWII Gunny Sargent so yes we had strict rules.

I knew at about the age of 4 or 5 I was a girl and I didn't understand why my parents didn't know that.

When I got married I did it for all the wrong reasons. I didn't want to be this way so I wanted to live like "Normal" people I have never regret getting married and having children.

At first my EX freak'd out big time, my oldest daughter just knew and my two younger kids just accepted it they had been around transgendered people all their life. Now my EX is a good friend and is very supportive of me like my children.

I haven't had anyone try to harm me in years, but I'm always prepared.

The last time I drew a weapon was to protect another transperson about four years ago.

My children are all very secure in who they are and the is no gender confusion with them.
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Niki,

1. Would you describe your childhood as happy and how was discipline expressed in your home.

2. When did you know you different than other boys age five or older?

3. How come you got married?



4. How did you ex and children take it?


5. You seem quite the extrovert with a rich social life. Do people still try to fight you?

6. When is the last time you fought to protect yourself?


7. Do any of your children suffer from gender confusion?



I apologize in advance if those questions have been addressed.


Good questions all.

I grew up with a very masculine father and a very feminine mother and I spent equal time with both. My father was a WWII Gunny Sargent so yes we had strict rules.

I knew at about the age of 4 or 5 I was a girl and I didn't understand why my parents didn't know that.

When I got married I did it for all the wrong reasons. I didn't want to be this way so I wanted to live like "Normal" people I have never regret getting married and having children.

At first my EX freak'd out big time, my oldest daughter just knew and my two younger kids just accepted it they had been around transgendered people all their life. Now my EX is a good friend and is very supportive of me like my children.

I haven't had anyone try to harm me in years, but I'm always prepared.

The last time I drew a weapon was to protect another transperson about four years ago.

My children are all very secure in who they are and the is no gender confusion with them.
 Quoting: Nikki_LaVey

Do you like the roll over the top or under the bottom? I just saying!


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Nikki_LaVey

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Niki,

1. Would you describe your childhood as happy and how was discipline expressed in your home.

2. When did you know you different than other boys age five or older?

3. How come you got married?



4. How did you ex and children take it?


5. You seem quite the extrovert with a rich social life. Do people still try to fight you?

6. When is the last time you fought to protect yourself?


7. Do any of your children suffer from gender confusion?



I apologize in advance if those questions have been addressed.


Good questions all.

I grew up with a very masculine father and a very feminine mother and I spent equal time with both. My father was a WWII Gunny Sargent so yes we had strict rules.

I knew at about the age of 4 or 5 I was a girl and I didn't understand why my parents didn't know that.

When I got married I did it for all the wrong reasons. I didn't want to be this way so I wanted to live like "Normal" people I have never regret getting married and having children.

At first my EX freak'd out big time, my oldest daughter just knew and my two younger kids just accepted it they had been around transgendered people all their life. Now my EX is a good friend and is very supportive of me like my children.

I haven't had anyone try to harm me in years, but I'm always prepared.

The last time I drew a weapon was to protect another transperson about four years ago.

My children are all very secure in who they are and the is no gender confusion with them.

Do you like the roll over the top or under the bottom? I just saying!


gift1
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When I was a Pre Op I was strictly a bottom.

As far as now it all depends on the other person.
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Niki,

1. Would you describe your childhood as happy and how was discipline expressed in your home.

2. When did you know you different than other boys age five or older?

3. How come you got married?



4. How did you ex and children take it?


5. You seem quite the extrovert with a rich social life. Do people still try to fight you?

6. When is the last time you fought to protect yourself?


7. Do any of your children suffer from gender confusion?



I apologize in advance if those questions have been addressed.


Good questions all.

I grew up with a very masculine father and a very feminine mother and I spent equal time with both. My father was a WWII Gunny Sargent so yes we had strict rules.

I knew at about the age of 4 or 5 I was a girl and I didn't understand why my parents didn't know that.

When I got married I did it for all the wrong reasons. I didn't want to be this way so I wanted to live like "Normal" people I have never regret getting married and having children.

At first my EX freak'd out big time, my oldest daughter just knew and my two younger kids just accepted it they had been around transgendered people all their life. Now my EX is a good friend and is very supportive of me like my children.

I haven't had anyone try to harm me in years, but I'm always prepared.

The last time I drew a weapon was to protect another transperson about four years ago.

My children are all very secure in who they are and the is no gender confusion with them.

Do you like the roll over the top or under the bottom? I just saying!


gift1



When I was a Pre Op I was strictly a bottom.

As far as now it all depends on the other person.
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Locked in the vault.....good week to ya
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Niki,

At five when you already knew that you were a girl inside. How did it affect your friendships? Did you play with dolls or cars?

How did you cope with never being understood, or no one really understanding you?
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Nikki, what are your thoughts on devotees and wannabes ?
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When did you realize you were transsexual?
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Hmmmm, good question. It must have been when his dick kept falling out of his panties, or when he couldn't get the tampon to fit inside his dick hole.
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Niki,

At five when you already knew that you were a girl inside. How did it affect your friendships? Did you play with dolls or cars?

How did you cope with never being understood, or no one really understanding you?
 Quoting: FubarMan


Well this is where talk about what was unusual about my childhood My Mother, Father and I spend a lot of time in the wilderness, dad was a freelance outdoor writer, but no matter where we were my mom always looked very feminine doing things that most people at the time would associate with men like hunting and fishing.

Mom 1003

I played with both boys and girls but I was always more comfortable with girls I could talk to them better.

Realizing that it was "wrong" for me to believe that I was girl I kept it to myself for the most part and that is the living hell a transperson goes through.

People hear the term a woman trapped in a man's body and they think that is funny. It like being trapped in a never ending nightmare.
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I don't mind transexuals..some can be really hot..


I know I look at some of the younger girls and I'm jealous ;-)

Yeah some really just look like woman. Can't even tell. Especially Thai girls and some Brazilians..


I have friends here that you would never guess they ever lived as a male.

I'm sure straight guys get curious..



I'm straight, tho' like transexual girls too, esp; Asian/oriental & some hot Latinos! who look really gorgeous!, not that I've experienced any personally, but?? dunnooo??!
People should be given the space & freedom to pursue whatever sexuality they desire, esp: if they feel 'trapped' in the wrong body. What gives the whole transgender/sexual thing a 'bad' name are hairy ugly big men dressing up in feminine clothes.. looking freaky & ridiculous!!! but.. even they ought to be allowed to express themselves, after all, it's only fabric. There's too much judging going on this world on the way people dress up & appear. I hate the shirt n tie & formal looking uniforms & attire.. as I'm happy being scruffy & casual. But, if transvestites are going to wear tights & stockings, please shave your legs & beards.. otherwise it looks absolutely 'hideous!

There IS a difference in the way men & women think, but I'd like to know if a transexual has the feminine mind-set naturally, or is that brought on by hormone treatment?
I mean, do you get pissed off if a man leaves the toilet lid up? Aren't some transexuals born naturally that way, even hermathratdites with all the genital organs present?

Nobody should be condemned the way they're born, or the way they want to to change! Us humans do have a cruel streak in us though, picking on people cos of their physical appearance, dress codes or mannerisms.

Not sure if it was the BBC or ITV this week, but there was a MASSIVE public outcry, literally millions of viewers complaining just because a weather presenter was wearing jeans & not wearing a tie! I mean.. for fucks sake!!!!

Why can't people just fucking wear what they feel like?! without the 'dress-code' police foaming at the mouth?!!


First off some advice. If you do meet a transgender women just treat her like you would any other women.

MIDs (men in dresses) drive me insane!

If you are gona do it don't 1/2 step. that is the way I see it.

One of the things I do is help "New Girls" prepare to go out in public.

I have reached the point where I can o out in public without makeup and no one looks twice.

Yes transsexuals will tell you that they have always thought like a women.

Most of my life I have peed sitting down.
 Quoting: Nikki_LaVey


Thanks for answering..

I of course would treat a transsexual on a date just like a girl, with the same courtesy & respect I'd treat any girl.

I'm not religious, but am thinking as we are apparently separate 'life-forces' from our bio-bodies, it's possible & probable that a life-force can be born into the wrong body, inc: of course male/female & vice versa.

There's the obvious biological DNA differences, but what about the differences in the actual mind-set? You say you've sat down to take a pee most times, so there must be something in the 'mind/soul' set, separate from the physical body. What are 'we' before we enter the physical world of the biological body & the material world?
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Nikki, what are your thoughts on devotees and wannabes ?
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Devotees you know something of the fetish world!

For those who don't know a "devotee" has an Amputee Fetish. Most of them are freak'n scary, but I have met one or two that were very sweet people. If I post a picture of me that shows my stump on line I get 23 messages in the first minute.

Wannabes ... it all depends some just need a little help others never get past the fantasy.
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I don't mind transexuals..some can be really hot..


I know I look at some of the younger girls and I'm jealous ;-)

Yeah some really just look like woman. Can't even tell. Especially Thai girls and some Brazilians..


I have friends here that you would never guess they ever lived as a male.

I'm sure straight guys get curious..



I'm straight, tho' like transexual girls too, esp; Asian/oriental & some hot Latinos! who look really gorgeous!, not that I've experienced any personally, but?? dunnooo??!
People should be given the space & freedom to pursue whatever sexuality they desire, esp: if they feel 'trapped' in the wrong body. What gives the whole transgender/sexual thing a 'bad' name are hairy ugly big men dressing up in feminine clothes.. looking freaky & ridiculous!!! but.. even they ought to be allowed to express themselves, after all, it's only fabric. There's too much judging going on this world on the way people dress up & appear. I hate the shirt n tie & formal looking uniforms & attire.. as I'm happy being scruffy & casual. But, if transvestites are going to wear tights & stockings, please shave your legs & beards.. otherwise it looks absolutely 'hideous!

There IS a difference in the way men & women think, but I'd like to know if a transexual has the feminine mind-set naturally, or is that brought on by hormone treatment?
I mean, do you get pissed off if a man leaves the toilet lid up? Aren't some transexuals born naturally that way, even hermathratdites with all the genital organs present?

Nobody should be condemned the way they're born, or the way they want to to change! Us humans do have a cruel streak in us though, picking on people cos of their physical appearance, dress codes or mannerisms.

Not sure if it was the BBC or ITV this week, but there was a MASSIVE public outcry, literally millions of viewers complaining just because a weather presenter was wearing jeans & not wearing a tie! I mean.. for fucks sake!!!!

Why can't people just fucking wear what they feel like?! without the 'dress-code' police foaming at the mouth?!!


First off some advice. If you do meet a transgender women just treat her like you would any other women.

MIDs (men in dresses) drive me insane!

If you are gona do it don't 1/2 step. that is the way I see it.

One of the things I do is help "New Girls" prepare to go out in public.

I have reached the point where I can o out in public without makeup and no one looks twice.

Yes transsexuals will tell you that they have always thought like a women.

Most of my life I have peed sitting down.


Thanks for answering..

I of course would treat a transsexual on a date just like a girl, with the same courtesy & respect I'd treat any girl.

I'm not religious, but am thinking as we are apparently separate 'life-forces' from our bio-bodies, it's possible & probable that a life-force can be born into the wrong body, inc: of course male/female & vice versa.

There's the obvious biological DNA differences, but what about the differences in the actual mind-set? You say you've sat down to take a pee most times, so there must be something in the 'mind/soul' set, separate from the physical body. What are 'we' before we enter the physical world of the biological body & the material world?
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All I can say for sure was that I knew I was a girl and that was what I was suppose to do.
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I have never regretted my decision to be who I am.
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Or your haters out there can attack me ... I'm use to that here.

I am very open about who I am and will answer any legitimate questions you might have.
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....oh we see ya !!! yes YOU are noticed ... dayumm take a look at that !!!!

feel better Nick ?? ok ..we're all in this together...peace.
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Or your haters out there can attack me ... I'm use to that here.

I am very open about who I am and will answer any legitimate questions you might have.

....oh we see ya !!! yes YOU are noticed ... dayumm take a look at that !!!!

feel better Nick ?? ok ..we're all in this together...peace.
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Many people have legimate questions about transgendered people and I try my best to answer their questions. I think some people have gotten an education from this thread.
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Hi Nikki, after more than a decennia of hiding and surpressing my feelings I have come to the conclusion that I have gender related issues. I decided it was time to do something about this because these feelings do not go away, they come only back I stronger so I am seeing a gender therapist now.
Can you maybe tell me how you dealt with your feelings pre transition? I am scared to death by it, I am much rather a man with a twisted brain than a woman in need of transition.
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Hi Nikki, after more than a decennia of hiding and surpressing my feelings I have come to the conclusion that I have gender related issues. I decided it was time to do something about this because these feelings do not go away, they come only back I stronger so I am seeing a gender therapist now.
Can you maybe tell me how you dealt with your feelings pre transition? I am scared to death by it, I am much rather a man with a twisted brain than a woman in need of transition.
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Be who you are and what feels right to you.

The only right answer is the one that fits you.
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Why are you a tran?
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Why are you a tran?
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Well I was born that way. It has to do with hormones and the fetus.

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There are not meant to be hostile, just honest.


1. Why do you feel a need to continually talk about this?
2. Are you trying to educate people?
3. Do you seek attention?
4.Why should everybody on the planet have to understand and accept your life style?
5. Do you believe those who disagree with it are bigots?
6. Why do you post so many personal details about your life?
7. Do you think by constantly bringing this up you are not moving forward and doing what you say you want to do which is to just live life?
8. Do you think by deliberately opening yourself to having insults hurled at you by those who are childish enough to take the bait that this makes your case more "substantial" against ALL those who would disagree even if some leave you alone to do as you wish? in other words presenting and "demonizing" people who disagree in an unbalanced manner?


Let me see if I can answer this fully.

I do try to educate people here ... this thread is an example of that. I think if people do understand they will except that we are Good People too. I post so many details about my life because that's just me and the way I am ... Imagine stending 1/2 a century living in fear that someone would guess who you really were and now you are free to talk about it.

Everytime I post on a tread someone brings up my Transsexual status when I'm not even talking about it.

I wish I didn't have to put up with the attacks but they have become part of my life I could run and hide or face them and I often try to make jokes about those attacks that is how I deal with them.
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Re: I am a Transsexual ask me a question.
There are not meant to be hostile, just honest.


1. Why do you feel a need to continually talk about this?
2. Are you trying to educate people?
3. Do you seek attention?
4.Why should everybody on the planet have to understand and accept your life style?
5. Do you believe those who disagree with it are bigots?
6. Why do you post so many personal details about your life?
7. Do you think by constantly bringing this up you are not moving forward and doing what you say you want to do which is to just live life?
8. Do you think by deliberately opening yourself to having insults hurled at you by those who are childish enough to take the bait that this makes your case more "substantial" against ALL those who would disagree even if some leave you alone to do as you wish? in other words presenting and "demonizing" people who disagree in an unbalanced manner?


Let me see if I can answer this fully.

I do try to educate people here ... this thread is an example of that. I think if people do understand they will except that we are Good People too. I post so many details about my life because that's just me and the way I am ... Imagine stending 1/2 a century living in fear that someone would guess who you really were and now you are free to talk about it.

Everytime I post on a tread someone brings up my Transsexual status when I'm not even talking about it.

I wish I didn't have to put up with the attacks but they have become part of my life I could run and hide or face them and I often try to make jokes about those attacks that is how I deal with them.

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