An Excerpt from The Hidden Sister

Charlie felt his soul being crushed.  He had just gotten this dream that he could come out and be himself – a girl – and his mom crushed it within the span of a few minutes.  Over the coming weeks and months, he became more depressed.  More lethargic.  He gave up trying in school.  He didn’t speak to Hunter any longer.  He didn’t speak at all unless one of the teachers called on him.  No one spoke to him.  He had lost all hope.  All will to survive. Continue reading An Excerpt from The Hidden Sister

An Excerpt from my Autobiography

I became one of the very few people that I knew of to have unfiltered access to the Internet in 1993.  I found the soc.support.transgendered, alt.transgendered, and alt.support.crossdressing Internet-wide message boards.  I had been crossdressing at least since the age of 10, perhaps before – honestly, I don’t remember exactly when it started.  It was never sexual for me.  It was a relief – I felt more like my true self.  I wish I could wear the clothes and express my feminine self all the time, but I knew my parents would not allow it. Continue reading An Excerpt from my Autobiography