We have had a very spooky night..I have spent most of the night doing the makeup for the kids... I have not dressed down one bit today I used to when my daughter was here but this I can't do, I need to be true to myself and this I have to do what ever te outcome....
I am not sure what goes through some people's minds when it comes to transgender issues, take some of my family totally closed minds and that's never going to change, they know about me and still will not accept it, it's like this part of me does not matter, well it does to me, I am not sure what is going to be said as I will be having a sex change as soon as I can, this can not be hidden, and yes I do try to hide it a little from them as I don't want to start any fights when I see them, this is no longer easy to do I look female I feel female and this is not going away, I fear I will lose them but this I will accept of I do I will not be who people want me to be it can't happen it will not happen, I will be seeing family on Friday and well o think all hell will break out as I have changed a lot, inside and out anything said I will confront them with the full story as this needs to be done from my lips not some nob who thinks its there choice to talk about me... Well must pop off need to be fab :)
Britain's youngest sex change patient wants to go BACK to being a boy
Britain's youngest sex-swap patient has decided she want to go back to being a boy – because she experiences too many mood swings as a girl.
Ria Cooper, 18, from Hull, has had thousands of pounds worth of NHS treatment involving hormonal injections to turn her from a boy into a girl.
But the hormones affected her so badly that she attempted suicide twice. Ria, formerly known as Brad, lives her life as a female.
She has developed breasts, wears her hair in a feminine bob and has dated several young men. But now she questions whether she was too young to be allowed to swap sexes in the first place.
"Life has really got on top of me recently," she told the Sunday Mirror.
"The hormones have made me feel up and down. One minute I feel moody and the next minute I feel really happy.
"A couple of months ago I'd had enough and took a lot of paracetamol but my friend found me and made me sick. Just before that, I'd tried to slash my wrists and ended up in hospital. I get these dark moods when nothing seems right.
"The night I tried to slash my wrists I d downed a bottle of Jack Daniel's and just thought about how alone I am, how my decision has alienated my family and how I will have to become a boy again to resolve it.
I don't want to live in isolation, away from everyone I love. This is the only way forward. I just want to be happy and this is my last chance
From the age of 12, Ria was convinced she was a girl trapped in a boy's body, so when she was 15, she was referred to a psychologist at Hull Royal Infirmary and later to the Gender Identity Clinic in London.
She started hormone treatment when she was 17, making her the youngest ever patient in the UK to receive such treatment. But she says her decision has had disastrous consequences. She has fallen out with family, got into dangerous situations with men and even worked as a prostitute.
She is booked in for the full transgender operation in January but now says she will no longer go ahead with it.
She said: "I just can't be what I want to be. My mum Elaine loves and supports me as much as she can, yet she doesn't allow me to live at home any more. My dad barely speaks to me and says I'm an embarrassment.
"I think as the only boy in the family he thought I'd follow him into the steel business and pictured us working out together at the gym.
"Obviously it s not turned out like that. I don't know who I can trust as friends. I feel really, really alone."
NASA Satellite Images Show Megastorm Intensify, Move North (VIDEOS)
A remarkable Hurricane Sandy time lapsereleased by NASA captures the 900-mile megastorm intensifying and moving north.
The video was compiled from images of the storm taken by NASA's GOES-13 satellite on Oct. 26 through Oct. 28, as Sandy moved out of the Bahamas, spreading its clouds over the Eastern Seaboard.
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A separate vantage point of the storm taken by a different NASA satellite, GOES-14, took one picture every minute from 7:15 a.m. until 6:30 p.m. EDT Oct. 28. These "super rapid scan" images reveal amazing details of the storm's motion, according to NASA Earth Observatory's YouTube channel.
According to CNN, Sandy intensified on Oct. 29, with sustained winds of 90 mphreported. Officials on Monday said that Sandy's storm surge had already reached the levels achieved by Irene in 2011.
The ISS passed over Sandy on Monday morning, Previously, cameras on the space station captured Sandy as the storm moved northward toward the Bahamas.
I made Cloud Atlas in order to challenge transphobia
The co-creator of new film, Cloud Atlas, Lana Wachowski, has said that she hopes that the film can challenge the attitudes of transphobic people.
Lana Wachowski, who came out as transgender this year, said that one character in the film, a waitress who plans a revolution, reflected her own struggle with being transgender. In an interview with The Wrap, she said:
“Like Sonmi, there are people who will spit on me, want to lynch me, want to crucify me,” she said.
She continued that she hoped by being more vocal about her struggles, she could help contribute to changing attitudes. She continued:
“I am interested in engaging with the world, hopefully in a way that makes some people not as afraid of people like me or view people like me as these others who aren’t as human as them or different than them,”
Lana, along with brother Andy, are the Wachowskis, the directors of The Matrix trilogy, who were notoriously closed when it came to interviews.
Surrounding Cloud Atlas, and recent events, Ms Wachowski has become much more open about talking in interviews, particularly about her time transitioning.
She came out as transgender earlier this year, and said earlier this week that she almost committed suicide as a young adult because of her identity struggles. She said:
“People are freaked out by GLBT people,” she said. “They’re angry about my gender or my life or the way I inhabit the world the same way that Hugo [Weaving] as Mephi feels that Sonmi is a threat to his natural order in the world. So it’s a weighty choice to do this, but I think… I hope it’s worth it.”
Last month, the film director said: “for years, I couldn’t even say the words ‘transgender’ or ‘transexual’”.
The film, Cloud Atlas, which has been described by critics as “gender-bending”, was co-directed by the Wachowskis and Tom Tykwer, is based on a book by David Mitchell.
It stars Tom Hanks, Hugo Weaving, Halle Berry, Hugh Grant and Susan Sarandon, who all play multiple characters, crossing racial and gender lines, and feature throughout multiple time periods.
I have decided to look for a job this is something I need to do for myself not sure how to go about it, job center is out if the question I hate that place at the best of times... Not sure who would give me a job so going to look at bar work first... This might be the worst idea I have ever had of the best... Well if you know of anything going anywhere please let me know :) x
I don't want to wait any longer I want it all done now I hate my body I just need it sorted, I would give anything just to wake up tomorrow and be fully female, looking at my self every day is getting harder and harder I can't stand the way I look... I am on half the meds I should be this is making my life hard I have to shave every single day.... All I can say of there is god he or she is a twat and needs a fucking good kicking!! Stuck on a cross I would shove the thing up his bloody arse and make him sing always look on the bright side of life... And what's with the church anyway why would anyone kneel to worship a fake god, myself I think this kneeling crap goes back to the time of Jesus... Kneel before me and take me in your mouth, that's the bread and you know what the wine is... Cum on you must... Dirty bastards the lot of them.... As you can tell I am welll pissed off now... A fucking men x
Lana Wachowski, the co-creator of Cloud Atlas, said she made the gender-bending, multi-character film to change the attitudes of bigoted people "who want to lynch me, want to crucify me."
Wachowski, sporting neon pink dreadlocks, showed a newfound willingness to talk publicly about being transgender, a process she has undergone in the past decade to become a woman.
Wachowski said at least one of the characters in Cloud Atlas, a waitress of the future who foments revolution, mirrored her own experience.
"Like Sonmi, there are people who will spit on me, want to lynch me, want to crucify me," she said. But she hopes by speaking out she can effect change.
"I am interested in engaging with the world, hopefully in a way that makes some people not as afraid of people like me or view people like me as these others who aren't as human as them or different than them," she added.
Born Laurence (Larry) Wachowski, the filmmaker and her brother, Andy, gained fame creating the landmark Matrix trilogy. The Chicago-based pair were known for never talking to the media, but they have broken with that tradition to promote their ambitious new film.
Cloud Atlas, which they co-directed with German director Tom Tykwer, is based on the book by David Mitchell. Weaving together six disparate storylines, the film includes Tom Hanks, Halle Berry, Hugh Grant and Susan Sarandon in the cast, playing multiple roles in multiple time periods, often crossing gender and racial lines.
Tykwer said he made the film as a reflection on the interconnection of human experience. "There is a perspective on mankind and humanity that any action you do has consequences and those consequences ripple throughout centuries, potentially. Ultimately, it does have an impact on how the world changes and transforms from one state to another that doesn't have any relationship to your class or state or mindset or anything but gives you a certain responsibility as an existence and that is an equal responsibility of all of mankind," he said.
In an interview with all three, Lana dominated the conversation, peppering references to philosophy and film history with her own personal story and urging a change in attitude toward people who are different.
"When you try to make a difference in the world, when you try to engage, when you try to change conventional wisdom whether you are making an experimental film and the critics are saying, 'You can't combine action and mainstream narrative with philosophical art house esthetics! This is not allowed!'" she said.
She spoke with similar emotion about bigotry she suffered when accepting a Human Rights Campaign's Visibility Award earlier this month.
"People are freaked out by LGBT people," she said. "They're angry about my gender or my life or the way I inhabit the world the same way that Hugo as Mephi feels that Sonmi is a threat to his natural order in the world. So it's a weighty choice to do this, but I think ... I hope it's worth it."
Just had the worst food I have ever eaten... Spud u like the name should have given it away, right must run need to go and chuck all that back up... Not sure what its done to my insides... Xx
BNP leader Nick Griffin claims to have the “support” of gay people after making a series of outspoken comments to a student newspaper about same-sex parenting.
In an interview with the Leeds Student, Mr Griffin denied being anti-gay but said civil partnerships were a way of “sliding towards marriage for everyone through the backdoor.
“It undermines the institution of marriage, and as a result of that, children will die over the next few years, because they’ll be brought up in homes which aren't married”.
Mr Griffin once again defended his decision to tweet the address of a Cambridgeshire gay couple, who last week won a discrimination case against the Christian owner of a bed and breakfast.
At the time the MEP also called for a demonstration to be held outside their home.
His behaviour has now been referred to the European Parliament by Labour MEPs.
During the interview, student journalist James Greenhaigh said to Mr Griffin: “I’m gay. What is wrong with people like me?”
Mr Griffin responded by saying: “Let me explain. Gay people have complained for years that the rest of society hasn’t understood how they feel, and has had to make allowances, has to be tolerant”.
He continued: “So why can’t you people simply get over it and tolerate the fact that a lot of heterosexual people – we don’t want to persecute you – but we find the sight of two men kissing creepy. That’s just a fact. What’s the problem? You [students] may think I’m a monster, but look at what your fate would be in an Islamic republic of Britain”.
Mr Griffin also claimed he was a more tolerant BNP leader because under his leadership, the party had scrapped its policy to re-criminalise homosexuality.
“Plenty of gay people are now fed up of so many straights going to their clubs, particularly in my constituency in Manchester. They want the right to discriminate against heterosexuals, and I’m the only politician in Britain who would give them that right, because I believe people should have the freedom of association,” the MEP said.
Invoking America’s previous ban on openly gay soldiers, Mr Griffin said: “We now have a policy of ‘don’t ask, don’t tell.’ People can do whatever they want in private.”
It's been a good day I got some great Barry m make up lots of eye dust and some great lip paint, the lip paint is the best I have ever used, I did have to change from my skirt as it was a little windy and it was a little short :) I am sitting here thinking how my change will effect people close to me, and I keep getting the same answer.... I know my family up north are not going to be happy this is not my problem, to tell the truth if anyone has a proble please let me know now, not later I do need to know, not that I will take any notice, but I do need to log it all... Even if someone come to me tomorrow and said they had a tablet that could make me a man I would tell them to get lost, I am happy very happy, I feel at ease and my head is calm I did not like the person I used to be, acting all hard to prove to people that I am something I am not, I don't have to do this anymore I don't want to do it... Just wish everyone knew and was ok with it... Fuck it going to post fully on my old Facebook I am fed up I should not have to hide away from anyone ... X
Christine Jorgensen, Transgender Pioneer
b. May 30, 1926
d. May 3, 1989
“Nature made a mistake, which I have had corrected.”
Christine Jorgensen was the first nationally known Transgender American. She used her fame to speak out on behalf of Transgender people.
Born George Jorgensen Jr. and raised in the Bronx, she described herself as a “frail, tow-headed, introverted little boy who ran from fistfights and rough-and-tumble games.” In 1945, after graduating high school, Jorgensen was drafted into the Army.
Jorgensen researched gender reassignment surgery. While visiting Copenhagen, she met Dr. Christian Hamburger, an endocrinologist and specialist in rehabilitative hormonal therapy. With Hamburger’s help, Jorgensen became one of the first to combine hormone therapy with gender reassignment surgery. She chose the name Christine to honor Dr. Hamburger.
In 1952, based on an intercepted letter to her parents describing her transformation, the New York Daily News ran the headline “Ex-GI Becomes Blonde Beauty.” The media incorrectly called Jorgensen the first person to undergo the surgery, which had been performed since the late 1920’s in Europe. She returned to New York City and used her fame to advocate for transsexual and transgender people.
Jorgensen continued her transition by having a vaginoplasty. In 1959, she became engaged to Howard Knox. They tried to wed, but the marriage license was rejected because Jorgensen was legally a male. The media reported the story, Knox lost his job, and the relationship ended.
In the 1970’s and 1980’s, Jorgensen spoke at universities across the nation about her life. She became a singer and actress performing in Las Vegas, New York City and Hollywood. Jorgensen appeared in the documentary “Paradise Not For Sale” (1984) and was the focus of “The Christine Jorgensen Story” (1970). Jorgensen authored “Christine Jorgensen: A Personal Biography” (1967).
Transgender Army veteran tapped to lead LGBT military advocacy group
A transgender Army veteran has been named to head the newly combined organization advocating for the interests of LGBT service members.
Servicemembers Legal Defense Network (SLDN) and OutServe, the association of actively serving LGBT military personnel, on Thursday announced the selection of Allyson Robinson to lead the newly combined organization. Robinson assumes the post as the two organizations are slated to finalize their combination this weekend.
A combining of the two organizations was announced in July.
“I am honored to lead the new OutServe-SLDN into this next phase of advocacy and action on behalf of our brave LGBT service members, veterans, and their families," said Robinson, who is departing from her current position at Human Rights Campaign (HRC).
"Until they are guaranteed equal opportunity, recognition, support, and benefits, our mission is incomplete. We cannot and will not leave them behind,” she said.
A native of Scranton, Pa., Robinson is a 1994 graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point, where she majored in physics.
After an internship at Los Alamos National Laboratory, she was commissioned as an officer in the Army and commanded PATRIOT missile units in Europe and the Middle East. She also served as a senior trainer/evaluator for NATO and as an advisor to the armed forces of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Qatar.
Robinson resigned her commission in 1999 to pursue a calling to Christian ministry, serving as pastor-teacher to churches in the Portuguese Azores and central Texas. She earned a master of divinity degree in theology with a capstone emphasis in social justice from Baylor University in 2007.
Most recently, as the first Deputy Director for Employee Programs of the HRC Foundation’s Workplace Project, Robinson drove the design and delivery of HRC’s broad portfolio of training and curricula for corporate leadership and employee audiences to improve LGBT cultural competence and inclusion in the workplace.
She lives with her wife of 18 years and their four children in Gaithersburg, Md.
“Allyson Robinson is exactly the right person at the right time to be our leader and voice in Washington in the fight to achieve full LGBT equality in the military. She comes with an exemplary military background, strong political and policy acumen, and a deep commitment and vision for bringing about the changes needed to carry forward the work we began with the repeal of ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell,’” said April Heinze, retired Navy captain and co-chair of the SLDN Board of Directors.
Robinson has been with HRC since 2007, currently serving as the Workplace Project Deputy Director for Learning and Development.
“The LGBT rights movement is made stronger by the inspired appointment of Allyson Robinson as head of a critically important organization,” said HRC President Chad Griffin.
“As a West Point graduate, experienced officer and movement leader, she brings her extensive knowledge of the issues to this new assignment. What I admire most about Allyson is that she leads with her heart and that quality will serve our troops and veterans extraordinarily well as we continue the fight for full equality," said Griffin.
Robinson has vowed to continue the work necessary to bringing about full LGBT equality in the military.
“We cannot stop until we reach the day when all qualified Americans who wish to wear the uniform of our armed forces have the opportunity to do so with honor and integrity – and without fear of discrimination or harassment – whether they are gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgender,” she said.
The combined SLDN and OutServe organization currently boasts 6,000 members worldwide.
Come on where is the love I am fantastic and and you know this, what ever I do is nothing to do with you.
I am thinking that you must be a very sad person if all you do is worry what I am doing, if this is who I think it is I know what the problem is must be I am more woman than your wife, darling remember that I am not trying to out do her in any way as I don't need to try, my god look at me great legs size 10 one chin and to top it off I don't dress frumpy, top shop and new look all the way dear no primark here. Xx
Over the past month my total outlook on life has changed I am feeling so alive I don't care what people think of me, I look good and no one and I mean no one will take this from me, I am going to get a full sex change I want this more than anything I am also going to save and save to get a boob job this I plan on being able to have next year I will make this money and I get my big boobs.., and my name is now gone I will now only answer to Karla this is my name anyone who wants to fuck with me better be prepared to get a shit storm because this girl is taking no more crap.., if this means losing people, friends, family well so be it... Life is to short and I have wasted so much of it living it for others, it's now my time..... Oh and remember if you want any Transgender Tshirts I do them at a reduced rate if you say you seen my blog... well must go and get my shit together :) loves ya all xx
T would be hard to think of a more macho CV than one listing Royal Marine, firefighter and father.
And Katie has done it all – when she was still living as a man.
The 40-year-old jokes that if she had been born a girl she would have been a tomboy.
In fact until earlier this year she has been living as a man – although since around the age of four she had often felt that she was in the wrong body.
When she just five she started dressing in female clothing in private, and spent part of her time living as a woman in private while she was married, with the support of her then wife.
But over recent years she started feeling that to be true to herself she had to live and identify full time as a woman.
Last year she told her friends, family and her two children that she was transgender and since March she has been living full time as Katie.
When she was little Katie’s family supported her exploring her gender identity, allowing her to experiment with make-up, wear nighties to bed and to dress in girls’ clothes at home.
But when she was around nine she felt her family discouraged her from experimenting.
“I ‘cross dressed’ in secret when I could,” says Katie, who lives in Hampshire.
“When everyone was out I could sit there for a couple of hours looking like I felt then suddenly I’d have to not be like that. I remember crying in bed at night wondering why I wasn’t allowed to wear a nightie anymore.”
Katie says that although she often felt she was female on the inside she enjoyed traditionally male pursuits.
A keen footballer, she also excelled at Sea Cadets and went on to join the Royal Marines. Despite having a small build, again she succeeded.
“People said because of my height and size I'd never make it through Marines training but I did. I always wanted to be the best and achieve as much as I could and the Marines is the elite.”
She passed out as a section commander and went on to serve for six years, including a stint in northern Iraq and southern Turkey. It was a life she loved.
But at the same time, she was living a secret life as a woman.
Katie met her ex-wife shortly before joining the Marines.
“Just before we got engaged I told her about my gender identity,” she says.
“She was really supportive, absolutely brilliant. Sometimes I would sit in the front room as a woman with her, reading magazines and doing our nails together.
“We were ok managing my gender identity, identifying as a man to the outside world, knowing I couldn’t really live as a woman to the world because it would have jeopardised our relationship, my career, everything.
“The question rose early in our relationship of whether I wanted to live as a woman full time but the answer was ‘no’.
“If we didn’t have the fears of how society would have reacted to it the answer might have been different.”
After leaving the Marines, Katie went on to pursue another ambition and became a firefighter for Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service, receiving the Silver Axe at the end of training, awarded to the best recruit.
At this time the couple had the first of their two daughters. They were, Katie says, a very happy, loving family but several years later the marriage ended.
“The separation was mutual,” she says.
“My gender identity was never brought up as a reason for the break up.”
After the separation, Katie began to feel more and more that occasionally dressing and identifying as a woman in private was not good enough.
“I realised you are who you are inside. There’s nothing you can do about that and I shouldn’t be afraid of being who I am inside.”
In January last year Katie decided to tell everyone in her life that she was a transgender woman.
She told her daughters while they were watching TV together.
“There was a man on telly dressed as a woman. It was an opportune moment. I said he might be transgender and added ‘actually that’s how I feel. I feel that I should be a girl.’ I gently started to explain what it was and that it doesn't change me as a person. When they asked about it again I showed them a picture of me as a woman. My youngest said ‘you look really pretty, Dad, you look like a girl,’ and my eldest said ‘you look really old!’.
“I started leaving some of my female clothes out like shoes and some pink pyjamas. They would both walk around in my shoes and try my wig on.”
Katie has regular contact with her eldest daughter and hopes that this will soon be the case with her youngest as well.
“Society doesn’t fully understand transgender,” says Katie.
“It doesn’t understand that my daughters still call me ‘Dad’ because that’s what they know me as. I’m not trying to be their second mum. I am their dad. I’m a parent and that’s a status I will carry through the rest of my life.”
She called a family conference to share news and sent letters to other relatives and friends.
“My ex-wife and I had told my brother way back and he was always brilliant but I was worried about telling my dad.
“None of them were shocked. My dad was like ‘yeah, we knew there was something different because of how you were when you were younger.’ I’d had a real fear of telling him. He has passed away now but he was fantastically supportive.”
One group of people Katie was worried about telling was her colleagues at Hampshire Fire and Rescue, where she works as a fire safety watch manager.
“The fire service is traditionally a very masculine world,” she says.
“I was acutely aware that all of a sudden I was going to challenge the perception that people have of a firefighter.
“I didn’t know what their reaction would be but it was so fantastic that I quickly realised I could transition.
“I can’t speak highly enough about Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service and how supportive they have been, from a corporate and an individual point of view.”
It took Katie until March this year to start living full time as a woman.
“There was a year of me coming to terms with the fact that everyone else was going to be alright with it.”
It has been a bumpy journey. But she knows she is now on the right road.
She says that it is as a transgender parent that she has faced most challenges.
“Everyone felt I was a great person and parent before coming out but now I feel that certain people, including the authorities, are calling that into question and that’s really not OK,” she says.
“This has created a huge hole in my life that my daughters used to fill.
“I have been socially reassigned as a woman,” she says.
“There is medical reassignment where you take medication which I'm going to start soon and I may go on to full surgical reassignment. I'm not going to make that decision until the time comes because it's risky, major surgery. I need to take every day as it comes.
“I am so much happier now. I don't question myself at all now.
I don't question the journey I am taking. I am incredibly at peace with myself.”
Today I going to be getting my hair dyed this time it's going to be a pink reddish colour I do hope it looks ok, I have started drawing again too this is something I have not been able to do for so long, I am a little rusty but I am getting there just hope I can keep this up now or keep my mind clear...
After what was one of the most stupid replies I have ever seen to one of my posts all seems calm and quiet no word from the Neanderthal who did it... The only thing that reply did was make me more determined to push for a full sex Change, this is something I wanted but after reading that and the support I got from my beautiful friends I know I am not alone, the proble I was having in my mind was a little silly I have been looking at what could happen and the what if.. I was worried that my partner might want someone else who could give her more than I could (as in men things) this is something I don't think I could do any more as to tell the truth my lower parts make me sick to the point I have in the past tried to chop away at them, yes I know you don't have to tell me I was stupid... They will be gone one day soon I have given it 2 years.. I can wait that long.... I also went out to day shopping most of the morning and I have never felt so free of my old shell as I did today I feel like it has gone now for ever... Well must go and jump around the living room as I have just had two double espressos and a large white coffee that had 2 more shots in... So off I pop to dance with Robbie Williams and Gary Barlow.. In my dreams :) loves ya all x
I am so getting sick of waiting for my GIC appointment I just want to be fully female now and the wait is hurting because I know I still have years to go even after I see them, I know what I want so why can't I just have done what is needed without all the Red tape, I will not change my mind over this so I do r need someone to tell me I am ready I have been ready all my life, I know I might have said Might not want the op but that was for some people's benefit, I am going to be fully female and I dont care who does not like this I could not give a fuck I will wear a skirt I will do as I want, I have bee female for way to long now for to stop just because its going to do this or that to this person or that person, SOME PEOPE ARE TRANS GET OVER IT!!
I am just a guy with the brain of a girl every day when I open my eyes my life is in a twirl, I get out of bed with this in my mind wondering how my life became so entwined opening my eyes gets harder each day as I know this will never go away, Living a life so lost in my mind, will I ever feel free and leave this behind, no hope no way to be who I am, not even a flicker of light after all I am a man, I live in fear every day, not a life I want not a fear I can take, this is all I am my heart does so ache , to leave this life all it will take is a long length of rope and my neck it will brake, no more hiding no more pain as I am going insane, just my self to blame its now time to go and leave this behind I know this is the only way to free my mind as it hurts so much to feel entwined frustrated and angry that my brain is so crushed I just want out now THIS IS A MUST!!!
. It's now night time and I have to sleep this is where the dreams start then I wake up totally shating myself... Oh the joy can't wait for this all ...,,
Last night was a horrible night none stop nasty dreams I was up 4 times.. I am sick of them now to the point I don't want to sleep... Will this crap ever let me go so I can live my life I need it out my head
Being Transgender or Gay is not a choice, being Transphobic or Homophobic is, so don't be a Twonk