If you know me, you know all to well how hot I think all things gender blending and gender bending is. Heck, I'd Gender Fluid myself! It seems that the Gay Community has some of the funniest people in it and RuPaul is simply hilarious, so I decided to post a funny and sexy video of him.
Oh, and just for shits and grins because we all grin while we shit (Or is it we all shit while we grin?) I wanted to share a great video of Wanda Sykes. She's one of my favorite comedians and probably even my all time favorite.
Here's a message I sent to a friend of mine who's trans, but I feel that many people can benefit from its message.
Well I can help you with the pain of your transexxuality in MANY ways. I thought I was trans, but later after I had some testing done, I found out that I'm actually intersexed. My test that started my spiritual journey was to learn to love and accept myself. Other people may find that my method isn't for them, but what worked for me is that I superimposed my fascination with girly boys onto myself and I made myself into my own desire. Thus, I wanted to be me for the first time in a long time and the pain stopped and I was given the ability to perform Reiki. Now I'm a healer and I have been since that time.
So, trying to escape the pain will only avoid the catalyst for change. This is something you chose to experience when you designed your soul contract before you incarnated. As you are the only one who knows your life path and it might be shared with you if you ask, I'd say go into a deep state of meditation and ask your higher self what you decided to do to learn to love and accept yourself. Now, you might say that you already do love and accept yourself, and I thought that as well, but that isn't entirely true. As within, so without. You can either manifest your reality through your conscious mind, or allow your subconscious mind to create a static environment for you. No, you can't control EVERY aspect of your life in that way, but yes what you're experiencing from the pain you're receiving, whether it be others not liking you or the fact that you have the brain of one sex and the body of the opposite sex (proven science) and you really really wish for them to both match as your brain wasn't meant to have that hormonal imbalance going through it except for the fact that you chose to experience life in this way when you made your soul plan before incarnating, and that's why it handles that hormonal imbalance, that experience is really a reflection of what you have come to expect from your environment.
So, when you meditate, find out what you chose to use as a way to love and accept yourself. This is probably the biggest test you'll ever face. Also, move to a different city like on the opposite side of town (East side or west side) and you'll have a fresh start from the physical. You might not be able to overcome the effects that that physical environment has on you, so you need to move to a place where you can start fresh. Just make sure that you are comfortable as you, even if others don't like how you are. When you're at that stage, you can leave that environment and you will finally be on the path to feeling free.
Depending on how long you were in pain, you might have an apprehensive attitude towards different situations, but you'll come to realize that you are finally free. The discomfort will wear off and you might have different aftershock type of experiences, meaning that you might have someone who isn't always around you, being mean to you in the way you once were treated, but those experiences will be severely limited, as they are merely cleaning out your apprehension. This is the path that I lead and I can walk it with you if you need me to. At the end of all of this, you will feel a long stretch of peace and then contentment.
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Author: Nashly Posted on: 06/14/2012 at 02:55 pm
Misconceptions: That because I'm bi and poly that I will do anynoe anytime anywhere . or that because I've got a husband, a boyfriend, and another couple that are FWB, that I spend all my time in bed. (All the ones I'm not married to live just far enough away to make jaunting over on a whim not practical.)My husband and I have talked this over a lot over the years, and come to the conclusion that for us polyamory is a deeply hardwired thing, deep as our sexual orientations, and about as movable; which is to say, we could make ourselves act monogamous, just as we could make ourselves act straight. So asking what we get out of it is like asking what you get when you come out of the closet; you get yourself, and can give it to your partners. I wouldn't trade that for anything. Swinging and polyamory; I think it's mostly semantics, really. I tend personally to put relationships that are more about grinding bits together and less about long talks about life, the universe, and everything in the realm of swinging, but that's my prejudice. And yeah, if it's not about love, you're doing it wrong.