My life used to be so easy when I had Male Privilege. This has all changed in the last two years, and it’s been super accelerated in the last four months with the introduction of Estrogen. Little by little the hormones gradually change the way my entire body works and well as my mind. It’s
I have been busy over-riding my pain in the last few weeks and getting back into painting. Here’s some more layers from the last of this series that I started last year. Lots of dots and lots more dots to come.
For those of you who know me, you know that I love drawing and painting. I haven’t been producing anything in the last few months due to my injury. In the last two weeks I have been painting again. Specifically working on two pieces that have been getting layered up with litres of old discarded
Over 15 years ago my New Years celebrations usually consisted of a party up in the bush organised by my good friend, but on this particular year that didn’t happen for some reason or another. None of my friends were into doing crowds or big events so in a last-minute dash we all chose to
I am a cloud of chemicals morphing and reaching a state of chrysalis and turning into something fresh and bold. It’s certainly been an interesting ride since starting hormones around 4 months ago. A huge amount has changed in how I see myself and how the world perceives me. I have just recently upped my
I’ve been through a lot of relationships, with both genders. I’ve always had a whirlwind type of spirit, people have come and gone in my life as I’ve travelled around with the circus and in my journeys through different countries. Since I left home at 16, I’ve been in one short-lived, emotional endeavour after another.
Throughout history all cultures have utilized the act of story telling to pass on critical values, morals and spirituality. As I share my story I feel that I’m passing something on. That my memories and life experiences are something worthy of being shared. Having hidden as a male for most of my life and now
I was having an awesome day. My blog post had just been posted to Huffington post. I was buzzing. http://www.huffingtonpost.com.au/penny-rose/the-moment-i-told-my-fiance-im-transgender/ I checked my news feed and came across two posts that instantly deflated me. Here they are : http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-04-11/gay-couple-likely-to-face-trial-for-breaching-sharia-law/8432894 Watching this video made me feel sick. The degradation and humiliation these people have suffered is
In July 2015 I was lying on my bed that I shared with my fiance crying my eyes out. I had broken down after another fight and had taken off in the car only to return 10 mins later after doing blocks round the area in which we lived. I returned home and retreated to
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