Saturday, August 22, 2009

Quick Walk

So, I’m walking down the street heading to the train street. Right after, from a car that was turning behind me. I hear some guy saying “. Fuck that”. Ironically, just hearing those two words I have a good idea what he is talking about. Sadly, My respect for the male population is decreasing. It seems like guy only think about with ass they can get or a quick bang or committed bang, I find it sad and demeaning.


Monday, August 17, 2009

Getting unwelcome advances

There is nothing substantial new today as my transition. I can’t stand guys. I mentioned there has been some growth and bodily changes. Consequences, I was grabbed in the behind from some random guy in a hospital male restroom about a week ago. I happen to be with a friend who had to go to the hospital, so after the initial shock.

I do not know what to say, not sure if I can say anything. Other then the experience was disturbing considering many other changes will occur. It felt like crap and was really disrepectful. Figuratively, I do not know to say, if I was harassed or molested. This is the shocking reality of my transition dealing with changes and getting unwelcome advances. I welcome feedback.


Tuesday, August 11, 2009

My transition if someone wants to call it

My transition if someone wants to call it that is going okay. Therapy is going okay and hormone therapy is going well not much negative response. Still I am annoyed with a few friends who are not taking the changes as well as I thought. Others who understand what is happening seem to not understand the reality of it. In many ways, I’m not cross-dressing anymore; it is a way of life and will continue to be while showing more day to day.

At a request of a friend, I am going post more updates about my transition and everyone feel free to write or leave any comments.

My breast is always sore from growth, which it is getting bigger and my butt is getting plump as typical of a female. It’s been 4 months and there seems to be noticeable changes.

If anyone curious how I will deal with work. I discussed it with my boss who knew I was going through multiple therapies for sometime now. There has been enough little changes that it became really obvious.

I will go to work and do my job as usual, even if my transition is happening. Mentally I think the same, so in a way, it is something I’m comfortable with. It is more how other people will react then I will react. I was mistakenly called Maam at work, and girlfriend a couple of times. I do not think that’s bad and it shows how I established many of my friendships.