The day I receive my intersex birth certificate from Colorado.
My husband, my everything, my patron to all that I did and do my life for thirty years May be over soon Three to six months to live I can hardly breathe Life as we knew it is over and we thought we had it bad A Love that few understood Don't you dare shame… Continue reading My heart breaks but I have to be strong for him
If you are alive You obviously already know None of us escapes suffering Not even the weeds, the one cell organisms, or even the tree All of us die Perish then decay Energy transferring to different forms Molecularly still in movement And yet all emotionally connected to: We don't want to die, ever What is… Continue reading Poem: Life is Suffering for all Life
When I was transitioning and emancipating my true gender this helped me. If you feel you are falling apart, for any reason, here you go. Me: Hey God. God: Hello..... Me: I'm falling apart. Can you put me back together? God: I would rather not. Me: Why? God: Because you aren't a puzzle. Me: What… Continue reading You are not changing! You are Becoming! By John Roedel
Most of my life I was taught that the monster was within me If only I could be more feminine be more inteligent be more conforming be more ordinary be a proper girl Most of my life I was taught that I was the problem and I worked hard to prove you right Conforming to… Continue reading Poem: The Monster was you all along!
A Facebook Post to my Public Page: Mx Anunnaki Ray Marquez August 7th, 2020: This 2019 portrait is by Russian: Alexei Sovertkov, of a Hermaphrodite. I lifted this beautiful portrait away from all the horrible commentary and spectacle of countless uneducated facebook viewers. The commentary from the page I lifted it from made me sick!… Continue reading This 2019 portrait is by Russian: Alexei Sovertkov, of a Hermaphrodite.
The two of us We were both young with curly hair Both with "too many" earrings Mistaken as siblings Misfits in many ways not lovers Hidden within me a man You got to see a woman back then You loved me When no one else would Medically abused Psychiatrically misused Corrective raped and beaten They… Continue reading Poem: Two Loti Flowers | Our 25th Silver Aniversary
Tonight in the forest the frogs and toads are singing their love calls loudly in one very big obnoxious orgy! By morning songbirds are waking up while night's owls are still hooting. All oblivious to the rising death toll & our president enabling it. The forest doesn't know the Genocide By Anunnaki Ray Marquez… Continue reading Poem: The Forest Doesn’t Know the Genocide
H Honoring the way my body appears naked. E Now believing my body was born Exceptional. R Realizing I was lied to and deceived. M My Mother wanted me to be Anthony they were told to raise me a girl. A I was Assigned wrong at birth. … Continue reading Poem: I am a Hermaphrodite
Your History lesson for the day with a 2019 article: How Hitler Took Inspiration From Native American Extermination To Forge His Final Solution By Andrew Milne Published January 31, 2018 Updated September 18, 2019 This article (and many others you can find on the web) writes about how Hitler believed in "Survival of the fittest".… Continue reading History and Now: Are we witnessing Genocide again with POTUS?
I was told this world didn't like the word sex. So they changed it to gender. Then they conflated the two as one and the same. Assuming all men were male, and all women were female. Then I was told to be a girl when I am not a girl! It doesn't work that way… Continue reading Poem: Can one be two? Yes! | June Pride Month 2020