Who We Are

Models of sculpture "night" by artist Paul Manship for the 1939-40 World's Fair.

Models of sculpture “night” by artist Paul Manship for the 1939-40 World’s Fair.

Recently the New York Times asked for transgender people to introduce themselves to the wider world. Here are their stories

…and I was humbled that they would accept my own contribution.

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2 thoughts on “Who We Are

  1. Thank you for sharing that! We all have beautiful stories, and being who we truly are is a wonderful, freeing thing. I’m glad that you and your spouse were able to work through it together and stay together – that must have been very difficult. Much love to you and your family!

    • You’re *very kind* Kagi!!

      We are into our 26th year together, and tomorrow, by the gift of a dear friend, we will be enjoying a third honeymoon – our first as two women married together…

      …We’ve both grown through many difficulties in our marriage, most beyond our control, and God has always given us strength and inspiration…and throughout our marriage, God has encouraged others to let God help them with their impossibilities because they have seen God work in our impossibilities. It is a challenge and it’s had its excruciating difficulties, but we are *blessed*!! 🙂

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