Showing posts with the label Transgender Women

Episode 12 - A Hot Turd of a Topic AKA The Karen White Problem

Tammy and Aimee discuss the backlash against the whole Trans community after a Trans inmate in a Women's Prison committed several sexual assaults on other inmates.

5 Years Since The Diagnosis

This blog post will find you a couple days before World AIDS Day which is on December 1st, 2017. Although we deal with HIV/AIDS awareness and education and what not on this day, the work does not stop and start on one day. It is an on going thing.   I chose this time to write this blog post, because today marks 5 years since, I found out that I had contracted HIV.  I will never forget that day for as long as I shall live. It was in 2012.   I had went in for my routine testing which was every 3-6 months.  I acknowledged that I was doing some risky sexual behaviors. Mind you I was a former sex worker, amateur porn star, and just living dangerously. I did hard drugs which is a constant struggle, but I'm yet holding on.   I had already had a dream months prior that I would end up positive, but the next day I had taken a test that came back negative, meaning that at that time I was not termed positive or the test was non reactive.  However, a few months later I decided to get tested…

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I Bruised His Ego

Dating is so complex. I just don't understand why.  It is even more complicated when you're transgender.  As a transgender woman, I've had married men, closeted, down low men, and plain out horny men wanting to get with me just because I'm transgender and not for my intellect or to get to know me. In my experience in dating pre-transition and during the transition, I've gathered that some individuals just don't know what the heck they want.

The Transition and the Journey

See the picture above? That picture depicts a happy transwoman. I haven't always been this happy.
Why? Mainly because I felt that I was trapped in the wrong body. Trapped in an evil costume that caused me to act and be something that I knew I wasn't. This is called "Gender Dysphoria."
As I progress in my transition, I am proud to say that I am now enrolled into therapy to go further in my transition, mentally process things, and deal with the emotional trials that may come my way.  I must say that therapy is much needed.
 During my time away, I've become comfortable with myself and I took the time to clear other people's opinions on what Trans is supposed to look like. Trans comes in many shapes, sizes, styles, and shades.
Us trans people are often overlooked when we don't look like Laverne Cox or Even Caitlyn Jenner. But this is MY transition, MY Journey, and no one else's.  I am proud of where I am going.  With the new and improved Musique's …