Bridge Building · Human Rights · Human Rights Violations · Intersex Erasure · Relationships

Adding the “I” responsibly to LGBT

A letter I shared on: Mx. Anunnaki Ray, Gender/Intersex Activist Facebook Page: Sending a note, to simply say thank you again, for listening, and sharing this page. It is sometimes hard for people to hear about a culture different than their own, especially when daily the news can be so depressing and unimaginable. I have…… Continue reading Adding the “I” responsibly to LGBT

Bridge Building · Celebrations · Emancipation · Freedom · Gender Nonconforming · Human Rights Violations · Intersex Activist · Intersex Awareness · Questions and Answers · Relationships

The two of us, born intersex and named ‘Antoinette’ at our birth.

God-incidence or Serendipity?  What ever you call it, it felt like a miracle.   I was finally coming to terms with who I was as a human being.  This was after having a life time of not feeling real, and being thrown away by many doctors, therapist and psychiatrists, who had tried to ‘fix me’.  …… Continue reading The two of us, born intersex and named ‘Antoinette’ at our birth.

Gender Nonconforming · Relationships · Self-Determination · Transgender

Today is: “Gender Correct Day”

I have a dear lady friend.  Her name is Synthia Roy, and she lives in my city.  She now lives her authentic gender, after being assigned male at birth.   Her insight about what is happening around the definition of transgender, in our city, has truly concerned me.  I would like to talk about two…… Continue reading Today is: “Gender Correct Day”

Human Rights · Poems · Relationships · Self-Determination

Poem: Precious child, that came into my life

Precious child, that came into my life, To show me that my work is making a difference. Your hugs, your love, a priceless gift. To think, you thank me for showing you are not alone. And yet, you are the one that made me feel that I am not alone. Precious child, that came into my…… Continue reading Poem: Precious child, that came into my life

Intersex Awareness · Intersex Erasure · Poems · Relationships

Poem: IMAGINE being erased

I was in therapy learning that I was a girl. Sugar and spice and everything nice. At the same time my little brother’s emergence into this world was being celebrated. Snips and snails and puppy-dogs’ tails IMAGINE YAY! they said.  His penis a glorious thing! He will stand to pee even! He gets to carry…… Continue reading Poem: IMAGINE being erased

Gender Nonconforming · Intersex Awareness · Questions and Answers · Relationships · Self-Determination

Am I Angry I was raised a Girl?

Am I angry I was raised a girl? The true emotions are devastated, overwhelmed, and crushed. This world was not better prepared for my arrival, nor more than it is prepared for a baby born like me now. So I share my life story to change this. I wish my parents had been instructed to…… Continue reading Am I Angry I was raised a Girl?