Author Archives: AprilSnowHartford
A transgender woman should never be a carpenter because they will never be able to get wood again!
It’s not quite eleven o’clock tonight. I spent the day after five thirty at the parking lot, and later the actual building, of the Santa Fe Opera House. There was a great group of people I hung out with, a … Continue reading
Bet you never thought of most things on this list. If you identify as the physical gender you were born with, there are a host of privileges you have and don’t even know. Here is a good article and list … Continue reading
Here is an interesting article on male privilege from the opposite view point of mine. A few posts down I have a video where I discuss this topic. It leads me to ask the question, is male priviledge just a … Continue reading
Here is the link to my Op-Ed column in the Lewiston Sun-Journal.
Here is a four minute monologue on reactions of people to my gender shift. Feel free to share this with anyone it may help!
This video answers a set of questions revolving around the differences in males and females and my perspective on it. It’s a little more informal than the last video I posted as I didn’t memorize my script. I wanted to … Continue reading
This is a monologue I wrote for Shattering the Silence in Alamogordo, NM. It was performed in February this year in conjunction with the V-Day events. In this monologue I talk about my gender shift journey. It is serious, funny … Continue reading
Hoffman on roll in Tootsie The clip above has made, and is making, the rounds on the internet this morning. It deserves to be shared. Hoffmans insight on women as a man is no doubt profound. First of … Continue reading