Monthly Archives: May 2011
I took one of my friends out this past weekend for a sunny Sunday mid-afternoon meal. We found a table dappled in sun on an outside patio at a nearby establishment. A couple glasses of wine with our fish dishes … Continue reading
For those of you who care about this sort of thing, I met with my endocrinologist this morning. Everything is going well and I’m taking to estrogen like a tilapia to a dinner plate. Hmmm. maybe the tilapia doesn’t like … Continue reading
Some of you may be wondering why I chose the middle name Snow. It’s simple really. I love snow!!! I feel there is nothing more beautiful than a snow storm in April that covers up the ugly dirty snowbanks and … Continue reading
no, I just don’t like the color pink. sorry to disappoint everyone.
Th song Out of the Dark by Matt Hires has some masterful lyrics. Initially the line he uses to start his chorus was what drew me to the song when I was living in the bush on a concession of … Continue reading
Many people are curious as to what hormones I take and what they do. I take a medication called Estradiol which is taken as an injection in my thigh every two weeks. Estradiol is estrogen. Yes, I do it myself. … Continue reading
Pg 248: What I have come to realize is that no matter how much light one attempts to throw on this condition, it remains a mystery. …Having an opinion about transsexuality is about as useful as having an opinion on … Continue reading
There have been some people questioning why I did not decide on Justine for a new name. Well, that is simple. Because I hate that name. Okay, okay, hate is a strong word. I seriously dislike that name.
One of my friends recently wrote me the following “Justin, If the process impacts your love of beer then you might want to reconsider. So that means no asking for a mango margarita the next time you come over and … Continue reading
Pg 246: A transsexual’s womanhood is examined, considered, and criticized much more relentlessly than that of other women…. Women born women are given the right to define womanhood on their own terms. a quote from Boylan’s book, She’s Not There.