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Let me explain my feelings. man or woman we are still man . sexual preference is simply that. top or bottom is a choice, heads or tails is a choice, vice or versa is a choice. Having carried my sex choice these last 60 years ( with some regrets) for the last 60 years I am resolved in the fact that you need to NOW
be at peace with your choice. some feel they have NO choice but you do, and move on from that, I mean move ahead proceed, advance and enjoy your time on earth.
Undecided   I am now totally confused.......Your post reminded me of a dear friend who I met in the mid 1960s and who died in 2003,  She would constantly start a conversation in her head and then say something to us like we were in on it [conversation] from the beginning often she would say "are you going to answer me?"  also "well what do you think?" and my favorite was " DAMMIT are you going to answer me or not?"   Smile

I'm not sure if you are offering encouragement to a transgendered person or outing yourself as one.  Which ever it is doesn't either bother or concern me.    I believe we are all as we are supposed to be.....sometimes things in our lives play a big part in our attitudes and sometimes they aren't relative.  Some times we are harmed as children and that can have a lifetime  affect on us.......some folk are better able to deal as adults with things from the past while others are not.    As individuals...... We just are.  I relish the differences in people.....I think life would be sooooo boring if we were all the same.   This is just me in my world and what works for me.  
               No one has to agree with me...I can live with that too..I even have a shirt that sez
                   " I LIVE IN MY OWN LITTLE WORLD....IT'S O.K. THEY KNOW ME HERE "   Tongue

                          JEWELLANN aka  TEXAS JBIRD
I'm with Jewellann, was hard for me to follow where you were going with that. I don't know what choice you made and carried the last 60 years but you did say you had some regrets. Everyone has regrets at one time or another and that's just part of life. I do hope the regrets didn't outweigh the positives though.
I have made the right choices for me just in my elder years through all the changes see how choosing and choices can confuse a person and empathize with people making those daring looks into the abyss of choices. Keeping myself open is challenging me to become a better human. You understand. Being true to yourself is a self gift.
And we should be interested because....???
if your not interested OK do not follow the thread
or start some other meaningful one
(06-18-2016, 08:02 PM)Every Road Leads Home Wrote: [ -> ]I'm with Jewellann,  was hard for me to follow where you were going with that.  I don't know what choice you made and carried the last 60 years but you did say you had some regrets. Everyone has regrets at one time or another and that's just part of life.  I do hope the regrets didn't outweigh  the positives though.

Ditto on the regrets ...we all have them {I think?}

Every Road I sent you a PM { I don't always check mine} just a heads up.

     Texas Jbird
(06-18-2016, 10:02 PM)wagoneer Wrote: [ -> ]if your not interested OK do not follow the thread
or start some other meaningful one

I am just confused here.   Huh

So many of your posts seem like a snatch of a conversation heard when walking through a party.  

There is no reference to the background of the reasoning of the post. 

Not enough of a thread to follow.  

Perhaps it is just me~~~   Confused
(06-18-2016, 10:06 PM)Tjaybird Wrote: [ -> ]Every Road I sent you a PM { I don't always check mine} just a heads up.

     Texas Jbird
Thanks for the heads up, I don't always notice them right away otherwise.  I sent a reply.

Matt
Rough patch the good ship U.S.S Wagoneer has steadied her keel. Just needed some more ballast.
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