Another test Sunday, Jun 26 2011 

Again, just ignore this

This is a test Friday, Jun 24 2011 

Trying to get my Facebook to pick up posts from my blog, just ignore this, okay?

Why is there so much hate within the Transgender and Transsexual Community. � My Transgender Journey Monday, May 23 2011 

Why is there so much hate within the Transgender and Transsexual Community. � My Transgender Journey

Briefly Thursday, Dec 16 2010 

Need to post about going out weekend before last, the holidays, etc. I’m doing well, just tired a lot…

Well… Sunday, Aug 8 2010 

Of the three comments I got for my last post, two were spammers. Sad.

Transgender Day of Remembrance Thursday, Nov 20 2008 

Transgender Day of Remembrance

Let’s not recognize marriage, then Wednesday, Nov 19 2008 

A Marriage Manifesto… Of Sorts | RD Blog: The Devil’s Advocate | ReligionDispatches

Tom Ackerman at Religion Dispatches makes a modest proposal-if the majority won’t recognize same-sex marriage, why should they recognize other people’s marriages?

I no longer recognize marriage. It’s a new thing I’m trying.

Turns out it’s fun.

Yesterday I called a woman’s spouse her boyfriend.

She says, correcting me, “He’s my husband,”
“Oh,” I say, “I no longer recognize marriage.”

The impact is obvious. I tried it on a man who has been in a relationship for years,

“How’s your longtime companion, Jill?”
“She’s my wife!”
“Yeah, well, my beliefs don’t recognize marriage.”

Fun. And instant, eyebrow-raising recognition. Suddenly the majority gets to feel what the minority feels. In a moment they feel what it’s like to have their relationship downgraded, and to have a much taken-for-granted right called into question because of another’s beliefs.

It’s a very subversive tactic, and maybe an effective one. For those people (like me) who do have a traditional marriage, it’s also something to think about. How would you feel if one day, your relationship was suddenly dismissed as unimportant?

Thanks to Sabrina Pandora for the link.

Just take our little test… Saturday, Jul 28 2007 

You scored as Transgender, You seem to be transgendered.





TS or TG?
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It’s only twenty questions. I’m curious what results other people get, and do they think it comes even close to their own

Wednesday, Jul 25 2007 

This was a profile I wrote for an old Geocites page. It’s a bit…fun…

She began in New Orleans and brings her erotic dominant stylings and dark Southern roots to Dallas. A new city, with new passions and pleasures.

She enjoys traveling throughout the United States and the United Kingdom. Her favorite cities are New Orleans, Atlanta, New York, Chicago, San Francisco, and London. Ask about travel arraingements.

What interests her? Bondage, sexual torment, sensation control and enhancement, leather, PVC, latex, corsetry, gloves, dark Domination, Goth, feminization, maids who are into real service, the joys of being transgendered.

She will push your limits, because that is where we find who we truly are.

Her idea of a perfect moment would be cafe au lait served in a little coffee house in the French Quarter on a fall evening just after the rain . . .

She smokes dark clove cigarettes with an aloof attitude. It’s an affectation, but she doesn’t mind.

She is a lifestyle Domina and does not switch. No matter how nicely you ask.

What gets her attention? A well-written, thought-out profile. A photo; you can see what she looks like, then she should be able to see what you look like. Shared interests, of course. Sincerity, a sense of humor, intelligence, and an interest in what she wants and how you can make her happy. She considers your words carefully; you should too.

You want to know her; you will never know everything about her.

Wrong on so many levels Sunday, May 27 2007 

Sibohan Curran posts a very personal discussion:

(I wrote this about a month ago. It was supposed to be the first of a three-part discussion on some of the problems I have with transvestism, the issues I think it generates, and the effects it has on other people. I was going to wait until I’d written all three parts before I posted it, but I think if I stuck to that strategy, it’ll never see the light of day.)

It would be ridiculous, I feel, for me to even hint at the notion that I think transvestism is A Bad Thing™. Not just ridiculous, ludicrous in fact. I mean, if I thought for one second that what I did day-in, day-out was in someway inherently wrong, well, I’d be a hippocrite of the highest order.


But that doesn’t stop me wondering about it, you know, in a “What if?” kinda way.

11/10/09-Sibohan closed her blog, so I removed the now useless link.

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