On Me, pt. 4

I have found that I may be the only transwoman who is into folk metal as a genre. Why? Probably because, for whatever reason, interest in Celtic and Norse language, history, and culture has been adopted by fascists and white supremacists. I hate fascists and white supremacists. I have even begun entering into the quagmire …

On Me, pt. 3

I find it interesting that, one month to the day from my last post, I felt compelled to write another one. Coincidences, and all that. After watchingย A Star is Born with my ex/bff last night (which includes a very emotional suicide scene), I made the comment that while I could still relate with what was …

On Me, pt. 2

I think one stereotype about transgendered folk (note from future me in 2019: transgendered isn't a word. Don't use it. I leave it here as a concession to the fact that it's okay to admit your past ignorance, so long as you learn from it) , especially the ones that want to transition, is that …

On Me, pt. 1

Two posts in one day? This must be the start of a new journal...no way that I will keep this pace. Turns out this is all I want to do for now, and because my last post was a general introduction, this one will beย more specifically about me. So who am I? I'm from a …