As a common saying goes, "everything can change in an instant". Personally I have had a few of those circumstances arise for me personally such as: paralysis and waking up after my GRS feeling like my meat suite was completely my own for the first time. It seems like no matter your stage in life … Continue reading That Moment Where Everything Changes For The Better
We all get lost from time to time, whether you just lose parts of yourself or you have lost all of yourself that you have previously known. Personally I lost a lot of myself for a few years when I moved home to recover and transition. It has taken me upwards of three years to … Continue reading Finding Yourself In Times of Transition
How do you think you would feel if one day everything you did in regards to the sensation of touch felt different and your fingertips were hypersensitive? This is what I got to experience as I realized that for over five years I had modified sensation in the left side of my body. When I … Continue reading Regaining Sensation I Did Not Know I Did Not Have
just a bit of an update on addison and transitioning
I cannot believe I have been on this medical journey for a year already. Even with the emotional rollercoaster of estrogen this has been one of the best experiences in my life.
addison's Experience with tdor 2018
find out something addison had not yet told the world about their recovery and their gender
It has become apparent to me repeatedly recently that I need to step up how proud I am to be a transgender person. Being genderqueer is one of the highlights of being me. From interview misquotes to even today while I taught at a conference. Today as I walked the banquet hall looking for individuals … Continue reading Queer Visibility