Hopefully, I can keep this short.
I know some who read here are not on a path for transition. Please use your imagination and empathy, and believe what you read. For those who are wrestling with transition and are worried about their future, I know how you feel.
Only a few years ago, gender dysphoria was tearing me apart. I had no idea how friends and family would react if I transitioned. When I came to the conclusion that a life of resisting transition had no future, it was clear that ending up living on the streets was a very real possibility. Some lose everything. I had no illusions that I was somehow special.
|If you know the author of this beautiful photo, |
please let me know so I can attribute it properly.
If you can manage to make donations, please remember that the folk who will use food banks or shelters for the homeless didn't choose to be so badly off. They are likely very embarrassed to have to take such help.
I wish you all a wonderful Christmas. Let's hope that, somehow, in 2022 we find a way to make the world a kinder, more loving place.
Be safe. Love yourself and others as yourself.
Lovely Post, Halle. Merry Christmas!ReplyDelete
I second calie's comment:)ReplyDelete
I‘ll third Calie’s comment, motion carried.ReplyDelete
Love to all ❤️
Thank you all my dear friends. <3ReplyDelete