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Wednesday, June 22, 2011

The Pearl of Great Price

Ariel titled her post, The Pearl of Great Price, with the biblical connotation in mind.  It is wonderfully written by someone who has been there, done that, and paid the price, as she explains so well in this paragraph:

Everyone who makes a major change in their lives pays a price. That includes those who change everything up to but not including genital correction. It can be a very high price. But those who undergo full surgical correction pay a price in blood, toil, tears, and sweat (not to mention money in many cases) that those who do not undergo correction do not pay. That is also different. And that price earns the post-corrected person something important—to be significantly closer to having been born the right way. To have what it takes to live life fully and interact with others, including lovers, as if they had been born the right way.

For Ariel, this was the Pearl.
Go here to read her post.

I want to note that Ariel recently left T-Central, simply because it was time to move on.  We miss her already!
We've had an unwritten policy not to feature each others blogs on T-Central, but since Ariel has left us, gives me a chance to show off just how well this girl can express her thoughts to others in her blog, A Naturalized Citizen.


  1. Great post, Ariel.

    I know you're going to be missed around T-Central, but you would have been missed even more around the blogging world.

  2. Yes I really loved that post. She did well in explaining that we may be different but not any better than each other.


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