Post op mtf dating
My circle of friends mostly know my history, after all I write and Blog about post-transsexual life. Because I am of the opinion that if you believe strongly in something you should own it by signing your name to it.
Tonight I found out an old enemy had been asking about me and I thought WTF? I’ve known too many sisters who withdraw from life rather than accepting that which they can not change about themselves and moving on from there. She was incredibly flamboyant and knew antiques with Road Show Appraiser astuteness.
But she unhappily withdrew from the world nearly 20 years before she passed away.
Stealth doesn’t seem like a mentally healthy way to go about dealing with transsexualism.
I remember being a little paranoid and wondering if people were looking at me.
Most are more or less out, even if they don’t walk down the street wearing a t-shirt.Some folks have claimed the Doctors expected transsexuals to go absolutely stealth after they had SRS.That absolute stealth represented the best possible adjustment for post-op women in particular.By the 1980s business computers were on desks and hooked to LANs and the primitive Internet.By the 1990s everyone had a freaking computer linked to the internet.
It comes off as being ashamed of something one was born.