About a year ago, early on in my transition, a male friend was telling me of a conversation with his father-in-law, who had known me for many years. This older, very traditional male was having trouble with the idea that a person he had known as a man for over a decade was now presenting as a woman; had changed her name to reflect that and so forth. He was worried, wondering what would happen when he saw me, because this was so far outside of his comfort zone. He didn't think it would be possible to accept me, because he couldn't understand such a change.
Halle has a lot to say about this, in a very short post. Quite an efficient writer, that Halle!
... you don't have to understand ... is well worth reading.
A house in time - Shots of work while in progress. - This picture is indicative of a work in progress. If you look carefully, the steps leading up to the house need new mortar, as it failed and the bricks a...
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