Tag Archives: LGBT

“Young Man!”

When I was little (8 or 9, or thereabouts), my mother used to work in a restaurant. When we ate there for dinner, I would spend my time running back and forth between our table and the kitchen (sitting still … Continue reading

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“the paradox of asking a masked man who he is”

When I first realized I was trans, one of the fears that truly held me back was that of reaching the end of the road (medically speaking) and finding myself trapped in this unsatisfying in-between.  I thought to myself, “I … Continue reading

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