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  1. Hi Michelle, Can you contact me. I just want to pick your brain on how I can
    get through the scheduling process. I have spoken to Debbie and have provided the intact from with all required documents. I have had 9 months of genital electrolysis. I do not need any special anything I am ready to go. I really can’t figure out how their scheduling works.
    They have some type of on a very occasional basis phone made by Dr. McGins to prospective patients but I don’t really want to wait for the surgery much longer. If the waiting list is a year or so that’s just to long. 818-219-3975

  2. Hi Michellelianna

    My name is Rossy. I’m a straight female with a lifetime of experience and have been honest with close friends when seeking an opinion about what looks good or not. Of course in a kind & amusing way when appropriate.
    I believe in equality of life for all beings. I am considering starting a business running group courses and also one to one advisory service and assistance in make up application techniques, fashionista development, shopping experiences, confidence, faux pas to avoid, deportment and etiquette poise plus a lot more when I recognise the right requirements of the goals targeted by clients. I have helped in this area before having had the one client and feel I would have a lot to offer. I enjoyed helping and was thrilled to make this person so happy with what we had achieved together & under no circumstance entered into the relationship trying to change them in any way they didn’t want me to.
    I have done modelling courses in the 60’s from age 13 years old & in recent years have achieved certificates in beauty therapy. Even more recently have been involved in armature burlesque. If I should decide to go ahead it will take time to research thoroughly, make a website and set up practice appropriately with everything in place. It would be lovely to have a chat with you and seek your advice on what your opinion is regarding my plans. I hope to hear from you shortly.

    Kind Regards

    Rossy in Cardiff Bay

  3. I am soo grateful for your blog ma’am. You are helping more than I can say. Through your blog I am growing to see you as one of the kindest most caring ladies whom I have ever known. As difficult as your journey is you still have time to take the effort to reach out to others who are trying desperately to find courage to begin a journey that though they have fought taking it all of their lives, they simply must take……………soo frightening. Thank you for making the first step a little easier.

    With deepest heart felt gratitude

  4. Hi fellow blogger I have nominated you for a Sunshine Award because your blog has inspired me, keep up the good work 🙂

  5. I love your writing, and your attitude! OK to swap a blogroll listing? 🙂

  6. Hi, Michelle! There’s a nice thread over on The Transgender Boards about someone’s experience having SRS with Dr. McGinn. She describes what she went through and how happy she was with the results.

    I’m afraid I’ll have to go to Thailand myself, but Dr. McGinn is my first choice in America if I have insurance coverage for SRS by the time I can have surgery.

  7. Michelle Black

    Hello, I heard you are in need of topics, maybe you could write on dysphoria, unless you already did and I missed/forgot about it.

    • Hi Michelle! You know, I can’t remember now if I did! I’ve now run at the mouth so much over the past year and a half that I can’t remember what all I covered, but in case I didn’t, thanks!! 🙂

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  9. Hello! I’m a 20 year old trans-girl that is considering joining the air-force, Well at least I know it would be a good opportunity in this troubled economy. My major issue is i’m worried about being trans, and willingly going into the military. Please enlighten me on how horrible / not that bad for you in the military. I figured 4 years of pain for a lifetime of security would be a decent trade off. Maybe you could write an article about your time in the military so all trans people in my situation could get a bit of well needed advice.

    • Hi Michelle! I wrote you back direct to the email address you left when filling out the comment section. Please let me know if you didn’t receive it. Very glad to be of help! 🙂

      • I just wanted to let you know that I’ve gone through such a journey in the last…. month? Has it even been that long? Thank you so much for dedicating a post to me. You have no idea how much I flipped out. 😛 But omg. Anyways, I’ve come out of my shell so much. So much has happened in the positive as far as my transitioning that the option of military was thrown out the window. I’ve become so happy recently now that I finally get a chance to be myself. It’s so addicting, I would never turn it away even for all the goodies and incentives of the air-force. At the moment, they wouldn’t be able to handle me, maybe after they pass some laws to allow trans, I might bless them with my pressence.:P You totally made my day be mentioning me though. ^-^

        • That’s wonderful Michelle! I’m so happy for you! It feels so good to be yourself, doesn’t it? I think you are making the right move on taking military service off the table. I wasn’t going to steer you away from it by any means, but I think you picked the shorter path to your greatest happiness in life. Readers like you make this this blog project so worthwhile. 🙂 My very best wishes to you!

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