45Truro, Canada
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My self-summary
I'm transgender. I've been living as a full-time woman and undergoing hormone treatment since 2013. Needless to say, this is a time of flux for me. There's no map, no guide and I'm making it up as I go along. That being said, I'm perfectly ecstatic with where I'm at right now.

Although I was originally raised here, I moved to the States when I was young. I spent most of my life in California's San Francisco Bay Area, but due to all those little twists and turns in the road, I've found my way back home.

I don't know a soul around these parts. My closest comrade at the moment is a teddy bear named Mr. Boo. I sense I may be getting a little too emotionally involved, and it's time to branch out before things sour.

Prospective friends, just think of how you'll be the envy of all your peers for being edgy and hip enough to associate with a heavily tattooed transsexual. The public appearances alone will cause you to be renowned within the community. Don't squander this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Carpe diem, people of Nova Scotia... carpe diem!
What I’m doing with my life
My current efforts are focused on healing, self-discovery, planning my future and, hopefully, expanding my circle of friends.
I’m really good at
Waiting. Stick me in a waiting room or an airport for a few hours and I just sort of disappear into the recesses of my own mind. No cell phones, no magazines... just me spacing out in my chair hypnotizing myself with some drishti point on the ceiling.
The first things people usually notice about me
Honestly... "That's a man, baby!"

I'd really much rather it be my smile.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I have the following individuals tattooed on my back, which should give you a pretty good indication of my interests:

Alfred Hitchcock (British-American film director)
William S Burroughs (American writer)
Aleister Crowley (British writer and occultist)
Frank Zappa (American composer and musician)
Captain Sir Richard Francis Burton (British explorer, translator, orientalist)
James Joyce (Irish writer)
Ludwig van Beethoven (German composer)
Salvador Dali (Spanish surrealist painter)
Erwin Schrodinger (Austrian physicist)
Syd Barrett (British musician)
Ernest Shackleton (British polar explorer)
Andrei Tarkovsky (Russian filmmaker)
Nikola Tesla (Serbian-American physicist, inventor,and electrical engineer)
William Blake (British poet, painter, and printmaker)
Edgar Allan Poe (American writer)
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (German writer, scientist and painter)
Sergei Rachmaninov (Russian-American composer, pianist, and conductor)
Fyoder Dostoyevsky (Russian novelist)
Vincent Price (American Actor)

Books: Foucault's Pendulum, The Magus, The Idiot, Don Quixote, House of Leaves, Moby Dick, Faust, Gravity's Rainbow, Finnegan's Wake, Prometheus Rising, The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle, Naked Lunch, The Iliad, The Quincunx

Films: Stalker, The Decalogue, Delicatessen, The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Woman in the Dunes, Lawrence of Arabia, Fitzcarraldo, Baraka, Songs from the Second Floor, Brazil, The Cook the Thief his Wife and her Lover, Dead Ringers and Sergio Leone's "Man Without a Name" trilogy

Music: Pink Floyd, Iron Maiden, Bad Religion, Muse, Frank Zappa, Jethro Tull, Rush, Fields Of The Nephilim, Al Stewart, Primus, Les Claypool, The Aquabats, Art Zoyd, Univers Zero, Beethoven, Shostakovich, Scriabin... and Weird Al's originals.
Six things I could never do without
1. My inhalers. Sigh. Wheeze.

2. Estrogen. Hands down, my all-time favorite pill. And I've taken a lot of pills in my day.

3. Yoga.

4. Sleeping with somebody's arm around me, feeling their chest rise and fall and listening to the sound of their heartbeat.

5. Sushi.

6. Hope.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
what the hell I was thinking.
On a typical Friday night I am
Desperately wishing for something to do with my Friday nights before ultimately admitting defeat and taking my sleeping pills much earlier than I care to admit.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I hate reggae. There I said it. Load that in your Buddha bong and smoke it, trustafarian.
You should message me if
Generally, the ball is in your court here. Because of who I am, I'm a bit of a niche market around these parts. Chances are good I won't be the one making initial contact as I've inadvertently freaked enough people out that the outright rejection is beginning to bruise my ego. I do or do not bite, depending upon your preference. Be advised that it is best to make this known in advance to avoid any misunderstanding.
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