Time You Don't Have

posted November 11th, 2013, 2:01 am


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November 11th, 2013, 8:06 am

Noodlez

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Poor Annie. I remember my first time going out as myself. I had just gotten back to university, and I wanted to get out there, but I was extremely scared. I remember at one point that maybe I should turn back and stop hormones and go back to living as a guy. The thought of going off meds is what fueled me to go out, and continue on. Hopefully that's the kick in the pants needs Annie needs.

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November 12th, 2013, 7:15 am

CuteDress&TwinPonytails

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I also remember my first time going out as myself, as my correct gender of an adult female. In fact, I celebrate the day as a holiday, the only holiday with any real meaning to me. It was Nov. 4th, 2004. I appeared in public all day long, wearing a light green scooped neck blouse with dark green lace around the neckline, a red, green, and gray plaid, pleated above-the-knee hemline skirt, nude coloured pantyhose, and black flats with a loop around the ankles. I wore a wig styled in twin ponytails. I, also, was extremely scared. But the thought of the consequences
of " living a lie " as my birth gender is what fueled me to go out, and continue on. Thank you, Noodlez, for your flashback that prompted my memories, too.

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