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answer me this

Over the next couple of years I need to answer the following question without panic: what is the point in going back and forth?

After all, I am not a crossdresser who can be happy with sporadic gender expression so why live on the periphery of transition but not do so?

That is the question.


  1. Has the feel of a rhetorical question Joanna.

  2. I think you know the answer, Joanna.

    1. I dont have a firm answer yet Calie but I dont feel rushed in any way which is nice

  3. please, all, read 2 astonishing books books, the 1st called "Transgender Spirituality" by an author who calls herself Sakhi Bhava, & the 2nd "Feminine Sensuality" by ( i believe she's Chilean ) a psychoanalyst named Alcira Mariam Alizade. Profoundly positive & deeply rewarding reading.

  4. I am a blended spirit. My happy comes from within myself - Not how others perceive me.

    1. We are all different Rhonda and I am glad you are happy but I dont care how others perceive me it is how see myself that counts. Going back and forth isn't for everyone and it might not be for me either which is why I am mulling things over.


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