Thursday, November 17, 2011

How manly of him to become a woman

“Try to see your former son as a person trying to know his own soul. In looking into his soul, he saw the face of a woman staring back. What a shock it must have been! Kudos to him for undertaking this act of becoming. What a courageous act. How manly of him to become a woman.”

In Salon’s “Since You Asked,” Cary Tennis responds to a mother’s concern about her trans-child.

Read the whole article here.


  1. I am transgender, and I have two son's, a granddaughter, a grandson, a step granddaughter, a nephew and a few other associate and other acquaintances with children. If anyone of them was gender challenged, confused, enhanced, queer. I would rush to their side, and have on three of the a for mentioned. Personally, I think there is something in the water. and according to this video, there is.

    b-something seem to be changing men into women.

  2. It's actually bisphenal-a Or commonly know as bpa, think plastic water bottles... yes that's right, it's a known estrogenic... I've been and avid out doors person for most of my life.. I'm 57 and have been drinking out of Nalgeen bottles for at least 30 of them but I do remember thinking I was a girl from my earliest conscious memories. 'MOM, were you using plastic milk bottles to nurse me?' LOL

  3. Wow! What wonderful advice from Cary Tennis, and the "do nothing" meme can be applied to just about all college-aged individuals. Thank you, once again, for sharing another excellent and thought-provoking article.