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Transgender Women and the Patriarchy

I have had waited a lifetime to shake off my male “uniform”

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I was born biologically male.

From my earliest recollections, I felt an internal female sense of self but that was buried under strict male socialization and programing plus heavy doses of natural testosterone. I was forced to add my own deep wall of denial in order to survive…

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Emma Holiday

Emma Holiday

After decades of denial I finally answered the question “What’s wrong with me?” The answer is “Nothing”. I am transgender and I am OK.

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