It’s a fact in transition we rarely admit to

It’s not uncommon that a day goes by that I don’t receive an envious comment about my appearance or the status of my transition. I suppose, if I’m being completely forthright, I need to acknowledge that I am just as guilty of idolizing the status of other’s transitions. It’s a kind of sick line of thinking that shares similarities with a line from J. Geils’ ‘Love Stinks.’

You love her,
But she loves him.
And he loves somebody else,
You just can’t win…




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Kira Wertz

Kira Wertz

Pansexual, Polyamourous, Transgender Truck Driver, public speaker, activist, LGBTQ advocate, Jeeper and primary author at The Transition Transmission.

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