Transgender Bravery versus Conviction

Yesterday I virtually attended my monthly Veterans Administration LGBTQ support group meeting. Normally the meetings are fairly routine and I don’t say much, plus the last get together featured an interesting mental exercise which everyone needed to be a part of if possible. The exercise started with a circle and then you had to add all the various important facets of your life. Examples would be privilege, family etc.

After a few people stepped forward with their ideas, it became evident how important being a veteran was to all of us, as well as being transgender…

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Transgender veteran author and blogger. I write in the hope of helping others with similar gender dysphoria

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JJ Hart

Transgender veteran author and blogger. I write in the hope of helping others with similar gender dysphoria