I’m just another Gender Outlaw and this is my personal FTM transition blog. My journal is an important personal development tool: I use it to track and observe the complex, challenging and wondrous aspects of transcending gender. I’m thrilled to know that others find this public navigation helpful.
I’m 39 years old and live in rural British Columbia, Canada with my longtime girlfriend. I was diagnosed with GID by a school psychologist when I was five years old (1979), but I didn’t think of myself as transgender until October, 2007. (Honestly, I didn’t know I had options. I didn’t really know that trans men existed.) Learn more about my transition process here.
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