I must be really frank, I’m not even sure why I’m posting this but I had a revelation last week. On Friday I had to go see a client and I wanted to look somewhat professional. I wore a dressy shirt with pants and very light makeup. These ppl have seen me my old self before and only one of them knew of the new me but I’m really getting to the point where I don’t even care so much about explaining myself ahead of time. Continue reading “To Heel or Not to Heel, funny stereotypes and girls obviously don’t do that…..”
So I am now officially out to the world.
I came out on Facebook using he following letter;
For months, if not years, I’ve been contemplating how best to address a major change in my life.
Some of you know, most of you don’t and no doubt it will be a surprise or even a shock to a few. I am transgender and have been in the process of transitioning to female for almost a year now, which is the reason I haven’t exactly been posting pictures of myself here. Although I don’t want to impose the particulars on you, if you have any questions, I’d be more than happy to answer them. I would however like to point out that I’m still the same person and nothing has changed since you first met me, except I got tired of fighting it. This has been with me all my life and finally after many years of struggle, I decided to embrace it and fix it. This change will not affect my ability to do my job or make me a different person really, other than on the outside. In fact, I may be less distracted when I no longer have two personas to juggle and I can be just myself without having to act or pretend to be something I’m not. Also, as I enjoy being myself more, you may find me more enjoyable to be around.Some of you may not understand the life changes I’m undertaking and some of you may not approve of what I’m doing and that’s fine. I did not come here to ask for permission, I’m only here sharing this because I think it’s only fair.
I can’t just stand by and not mention this…..
Do no harm right? I especially find it appalling since it’s coming from a bunch of sinister virgins who keep sweeping child molestation under the rug. They believe being trans is a sin against their imaginary friend. He would rather have you suffer and maybe hope that you can pray it away. I really don’t think there is another force on the planet that has brought so much misery and suffering as organized religion. I sincerely hope 100 years from we will look back at 2000 years of christianity with the same giggle we have now about Thor or Zeus.
VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope Francis has lamented that children are being taught at school that gender can be a choice, adding that his predecessor, Benedict XVI has labeled current times “the epoch of sin against God the Creator.”
Francis weighed in with his view on gender and what he said was that of the emeritus pontiff while meeting privately last week with bishops from Poland during his pilgrimage there. The Vatican released a transcript Tuesday of those closed-door remarks.
The pope said he wanted to conclude his remarks by reflecting on this: “We are living a moment of annihilation of man as image of God.”
Francis said: “Today, in schools they are teaching this to children — to children! — that everyone can choose their gender.”
Without specifying, he blamed this on textbooks supplied by “persons and institutions who donate money.” The pope blamed what he called “ideological colonizing” backed by “very influential countries” which he didn’t identify.
One such “colonization” he said — “I’ll say it clearly with its first and last name — is gender.”
The “colonization” theme is one he has railed against before, including during an Asian pilgrimage in 2015.
This time, though, he volunteered that he has discussed the gender issue with Benedict, who has lived at the Vatican since retiring in 2013.
“Speaking with Pope Benedict, who is well, and has a clear mind, he was telling me: ‘Holiness, this is the epoch of sin against God the Creator.’ He’s intelligent! God created man and woman, God created the world this way, this way, this way, and we are doing the opposite,” Francis told the Polish bishops Wednesday shortly after his arrival in Krakow at the start of a five-day pilgrimage.
Francis’ ended by telling the Polish bishops he wanted them to reflect on this: “We must think about what Pope Benedict said — ‘It’s the epoch of sin against God the Creator.’”