A Ray of Hope

December 29, 2006 ·

I happened upon this post today. I often struggle often to reconcile my feminism with my transgenderism, and these commenters give me hope. Hope for a better world filled with more understanding, tolerance, and love.

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  1. I saw the same post and thought the same thing! Well, at least about the understanding, tolerance and love part 😉

    I’m grateful that crap doesn’t fly in our little corner of the ‘net.

  2. I saw the same post and thought the same thing! Well, at least about the understanding, tolerance and love part 😉

    I’m grateful that crap doesn’t fly in our little corner of the ‘net.