what's in a name..

I find it interesting how much the trans world places emphasis on what you are - closeted cd, TS, tg, tv, etc. I myself have thought I have been and am all of those things sometimes at the sane time. Truth is that labels are sometimes used to divide us and rate us as to just how womanly or advanced we are in the journey to womanhood.

My aim is not really to be a woman, it's to find life balance so I can manage my GID. So in a sense there is no specific goal other than to find inner peace. For some transition seems to bring that peace while for others it may only take a few hours a week out dressed.

What has helped me most over the years was learning that I was mot alone and that there were others like me who suffered the same anguish; the same trials and tribulations but also the same joys and exhilaration. Those shared experiences went a long way towards making me feel part of the human condition and reassure me that I was not a unique freak of creation.

I embrace all my trans sisters in whatever form or stage we are at. We all need the support that's for certain.

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