Conventions, friends, Irlen’s and One Little Pill

This weekend I went to LFCC (London Film and Comic Con). And as is often the case, I was working for RG and TG. I love working for them as they’re warm, caring compassionate people with my sense of humour. I spend the weekend working with TG at the events I work for them andContinue reading “Conventions, friends, Irlen’s and One Little Pill”

Being out doesn’t mean I hate men, it just means I’m confident in who I am

It also means that when I talk about my husbands, of which there are two and of which there will only ever be two, I don’t mean my legal/matrimonial husbands. I mean two men with whom I have a connection that goes deeper than friendship.  My fiancée accepts their roles in my life and sheContinue reading “Being out doesn’t mean I hate men, it just means I’m confident in who I am”

Sometimes goodbye is easier than hello

I had a friend whom I loved deeply.  He was like the other side of my Genderqueer self.  We would talk for hours and hours about things that seemed to only make sense to the two of us.  We would talk about time as a non-linear construct, past lives, gender identity, and all of itContinue reading “Sometimes goodbye is easier than hello”