One month ago, I went to the circuit court to file for a legal name change. A few days ago, I found out that the clerk had made a mistake in my filing and that it had never actually been submitted.
Spoiler: I don’t.
I moved apartments two weeks ago and as a result have been without internet for two weeks, which has not sucked in the slightest. As a result, I have been unable to post anything. However, this time has not been uneventful in my transition. During that time, I have had a couple of meetings withContinue reading “A finalized plan coming out at work”
A couple of weeks ago, I decided that I needed to speak to human resources about my gender transition.
Why can’t transition ever be straight forward? This past week has been on of the most stressful and complicated weeks in my gender transition thus far.
Over the last few weeks, I have been consumed by the desire to go somewhere presenting as a woman.
In recent weeks, I have been trying to get out more. Due to coronavirus and my gender transition, I spent most of the last year isolated in my apartment. Now that things are starting to return to normal and I am vaccinated, I am slowly trying to get more comfortable going out into the worldContinue reading “Gender affirmation at an unfortunate time”
I have held three jobs in my life and I have not come out as transgender at any of them. Despite this, I frequently experienced transphobia and bigotry at all three jobs.
I crossed 14 months of hormone replacement therapy last week and it has prompted me to look back at my transition so far.
I started my new job this week and I am already fed up with hiding my gender transition. Doing so at this stage in my transition has proven to be both physically uncomfortable and emotionally taxing. Wearing a compression sports bra for 8 hours straight is painful and leaves me feeling sore by the endContinue reading “Reconsidering coming out at work”