Also, we went to the Kiss My Gender practice session thingy last night. It was good times. I really like the guys/gals associated with Drag King Rebellion. They really make me smile. I was thinking a lot while I sat there just watching everyone be themselves. I remember asking Carrie if I was going to be treated differently by the T* community once it became known that i was not transgender. She told me to be wary. I guess a lot of T* people don't want nontrans allies sometimes. So, I was thinking last night about how did i fit into this community of mostly trans people and drag performers. i was one of the 3 people who was not in the show in some form or identifying as something other than born gender. I realize that made me different. I feel closer with the trans community than with any other LGBT community that I am involved in. It feels more of a safe space to me, i don't have to conform or whatnot.. but i sense that sometimes i will not be liked. What the world needs to see is that SOFFA's are just as important in this movement for acceptance. I am not accusing anyone of treating me differently or singling me out, I was just thinking about this stuff last night..while I was surrounded by cuteness. I just want a place to call my own. heh.
Went back to the Dr and my Xrays are all negative, apparently nothing is wrong with my shoulder. How odd because it still hurts me, I still can't move certain ways. Must just be something pulled or whatever. While we were in the office, Dr. Razzak looked at Tristia and asks ' and how are you young man' and then looks down and says 'lady'. It was funny. she didnt even correct him or anything but her face turned red and i just laughed. If you had seen her yesterday you would have wondered. With white button up shirt and black tie. it was sexy.
alright. i have to go read my coming out story to my HREL 299 class. Will see you all tomorrow hopefully.