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Unexpected

You clasp my body Between your thighs Perched on me you sit Back straight Blue eyes Piercing me My bare chest feels Your fingers swirl Patterns On my skin My […]

TransInspiration – Carmen Carrera

Carmen Carrera is an actress, model, performer and transgender activist. She first appeared on television in RuPaul’s drag race before she transitioned, and is now modelling with the Elite Model […]

FtM The Controversy Of Taping Your Chest

*Disclaimer – These are my personal views, I am not telling anyone how to bind their chest* We’ve all had the conversation. Don’t tape your chest it’ll break your ribs. […]

The Liebster Award V2

Big thank you to Brixton Jaxx for nominating me for this award. It means a lot that we can read each other’s stories, learn from one another and feel not so alone. […]

Reading Online Hate

Waking up this morning I decided I wanted to write another post about a transgender person, someone that I find inspirational. I do this as when I began my transition […]

Christian Talks

Unexpectedly, I spent my week attending these talks. Whilst I was anticipating certain answers, I think I’ve ended up with more questions than I began with. My head hurts from […]

2018

A new year. Most people imagine a whole new reinvented version of themselves. Not me. I’m interested in furthering what I’ve already started. A clean slate isn’t what I’m looking […]

Boy’s Don’t Cry

If you asked me what the hardest film I find to watch is… there would be one immediate answer. Boy’s Don’t Cry The true story of Brandon Teena (played by […]

Fitness

Over the last three years, I’ve tried to ‘get fit’ – I had a burst of loving running for a month or so, 4km every day on the treadmill, I […]

TESTOSTERONE

Finally, as of Friday 7th July 2017, I am no longer pre-T. I cannot describe to you the relief I felt from finally, after over 2 years of battling through […]

My First Hand Experience With Hate

You hear stories of people being confronted by hateful people, because of their gender, sexuality or race. Reading and hearing about these occurrences always made me emotional; either angry or […]