Volunteer with TransVisibility and move the vision forward
it seems the original set of volunteers got busy and are unable to fulfil their respective roles. I am now looking for volunteers to help move the TransVisibility.com vision of global unity and acceptance forward. Bloggers, Writers, assistant editors, and an executive editor positions are all available. So stop sitting on the sidelines and make a positive difference. Or if you are already involved in the community, we would love your help over at the TransVisibility Camp.
moderators are also being sought for http://www.TGender.com a 100% free transgender specific support, social networking and Dating website. Yes you read right, 100 % free. No charge for anything, including chat.
if you are interested, drop me a note via the contact page
In recent years I have been through a lot, emotionally, intellectually, and physically. At times I have, in retrospect, strayed from my path for purposes of self-preservation or in efforts of conserving a relationship.
It has been almost two months since my castration surgery and I am still discovering the benefits of this surgery. I was unsure prior to surgery what difference castration would make in my life, but now I can say it has been significant. The first month was spent recovering from the procedure.
When I first attempted to come out to my friends, it seems like a lifetime ago now, I was pushed away, ridiculed, and in the end I moved away, far away, and never looked back. Well, that is not entirely true, I did, and still do look back. Where did I go wrong then?