Tag: anxiety

Elusive Physical Beast.

To anyone who is thinking of coming out as transgender or non-binary/gender fluid (or anything else that means you’ll likely ‘dress differently’ to what people are currently used to), there is no need for you to jump straight into your ‘new gender’ and totally revamp your wardrobe overnight. I’m saying this because I feel like … Continue reading Elusive Physical Beast.


Transgender day of Visibility 2018

Transgender day of Visibility 2018 Here we are again! A year a later and (for me personally) a year stronger. Since I last blogged (and certainly since last years TDOV post) I’ve moved to a city that is much more diverse and accepting than where I used to live and I’ve started a new job … Continue reading Transgender day of Visibility 2018

It’s all up in your head (pt 2).

Okay, so here’s the second part now I’ve got the information I need. As most of you know, I’m a song writer and my favourite part of creating a new piece of music is filling it with words and lyrics. I can put together the music for a song in a matter of minutes but … Continue reading It’s all up in your head (pt 2).

The 53

I bumped into a friend on the bus home from work the other day. This person is someone who I’ve known for a while (I used to work in a school they were a student in, that we have both now left) but never known personally until recently, someone who has got to know me … Continue reading The 53

There’s No Need To Panic!

It’s been a while, for no reason other than I haven’t really had much to talk about. When I started this blog it was with the intention of helping people by sharing my story, and also to remind people they aren’t alone. I figured there wouldn’t be any harm in sharing a few of my … Continue reading There’s No Need To Panic!


I know I’d said I’d post regularly but sometimes I just don’t have anything to write about! Sorry about that. Here’s a few random little bits of writing to fill an otherwise impending gap… Firstly, some identification spiel: Some gender fluid/gender neutral people don’t identify as transgender, some of them do. Some people who don’t … Continue reading Matilda.