On exceedingly rare occasions when I get up in the morning and look in the mirror it screams woman. Most of the time though, the opposite is true. In fact what I think is not printable.

Yesterday was one of those rare days when the mirror said, I was doing…

Over the years I have enjoyed hearing and watching several of my transgender and/or crossdressing acquaintances perform on stage. No matter how small the venue. Most recently before the pandemic hit the transgender — cross dresser support group my partner Liz and I are part of met to watch or…

The more I write about or feature other comments concerning attending sporting events as a transgender woman here on the blog, the more ideas I receive. Which is wonderful. The latest comes from Paula who puts together the Paula ‘s Place Blog:

Pride Photo Courtesy of Paula

Here in the UK the crowds at different…

Last night the Cincinnati Bengals did win their first professional football playoff win in 31 years. Predictably, it wasn’t easy and not without it’s controversy. If you watched the game and wondered what the “Who Dey” fuss was all about, as Connie did, “Who Dey” comes from the Cincinnati version…

As I have written about previously, football is a big deal around here Statewide people are fans of The Ohio State Buckeyes while here in Cincinnati, this year was a big year for the Cincinnati Bearcats who made it to the college football playoffs and the professional Cincinnati Bengals who…

Overall I lead a very boring life. On occasion it seems I just sit around writing waiting for something remotely different to happen. This week I hit the jackpot for all the right and wrong reasons.Plus, I am 72 and retired. First the wrong reason.

Two days ago, my partner…

Recently I wrote a post called “Baggage” which questioned my desire to bring my love of sports with me as I transitioned into my life as a full time transgender woman. To make a long story or post short I concluded I could because as I looked around I discovered…

Approximately every two weeks I have my scheduled appointment with my Veteran’s Administration therapist. Over the years I have drastically changed my expectations of therapy.

Photo by Roman Kraft on Unsplash

Many years ago when I visited my first therapists I thought they would be some sort of a mind reader or on the other hand…

Twice a week I apply new hormonal patches which contain synthetic estrogen.

Today is one of those days.

Approximately eight years ago I started my transgender transition journey very seriously by being able to begin hormone replacement therapy. Even though I was still living part time in both binary genders…

JJ Hart

Transgender veteran author and blogger. My passions include furthering the rights of trans senior citizens in assisted living conditions.

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