Men follow Men

I’ve recently been practicing the “take the bull by the horns” approach when it comes to gender bending. Now, this doesn’t mean i’m walking around in a dress and make-up. Clothing is clothing, in my view. Women’s clothing is designed for adhering to male gaze while men’s clothing brings comfort. But letting my gender non-conformity […]

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Reinventing Myself

Have you ever felt like you’re on the verge of a personal trainwreck? You can see that it’s coming, you know what to do to properly avoid it, but somehow you continue on the path until you crash and burn? This is how I’ve felt my entire life. My logical brain knows exactly what the […]

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Peak Trans

Peak Trans is often misunderstood. Often times, it’s a moment when a person who previously followed and defended gender ideology begins to question it. The person then realizes that certain things don’t add up. Reaching peak trans for me was similar to many others. It was a slow, but gradual process. Eventually, I couldn’t reconcile […]

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“Cis” Gender

Cisgender: of, relating to, or being a person whose gender identity corresponds with the sex the person had or was identified as having at birth. — Merriam-Webster Gender Identity: the totality of physical and behavioral traits that are designated by a culture as masculine or feminine  a person’s internal sense of being male, female, some combination of male […]

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Alter Egos and Narcissism

In my last post, I briefly talked about the deluded conclusion I came to that women are somehow luckier than men. This led to the beginning of my cross dreaming when I was in my teens. There are so many posts online about cross dreaming, the significance of it, whether it’s a fetish or not. […]

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My Journey to Gender Criticism

As far back as I can remember, I’ve always been critical of the concept of gender. I was aware that there were girl things and boy things. Having been raised by my mother with a virtually absent father, my view of women was one that held women in power. While growing up, my skepticism of […]

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