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  • 25 May 2016
    I wanted to make this a poll, but the question was too long lol. Basically, I am going to be writing a book in the future about an experience I had with an old friend of mine. It will be an LGBT book and I'm a little concerned that one of the villains might be a bit too offensive.. The villain is a transsexual FtM who was brought up by a christian family. He ended up feeling so repressed and angry at God for making him the "wrong gender" and ends up selling his soul to the devil to become the "correct gender". The message is only supposed to be that it can be really difficult dealing with religion while being trans, but I fear people will think I'm saying trans people are evil. (Which of course I'm not since I am one). Should I just make a good trans character too? Any thoughts are greatly appreciated.
    1438 Posted by Kris McKinley
  • 14 Jun 2016
    I've mentioned a few times that I come from a christian family and they are having trouble fully accepting me. In fact, from a christian POV or what my family tells me as much as I feel like I want to go FtM and get the surgery, that'd be the final nail in the coffin and would "send me to hell". In other words, if I "give in" and have sex with girls once in awhile I may be forgiven, but if I go through with the lifestyle and get the sex change, there's no way I'll be going to heaven.. So to be 100% honest I'm a bit scared to go through with this at times to say the least. Are there any christian members out there with advice? (Anyone can comment though of course). I probably should've asked this sooner, but I was nervous to be honest. I don't want to offend anyone or be seen as a coward for not living the lifestyle, but I also don't want my family to hate me. I don't believe my mom will hate or disown me, but my dad might... That's why I'm worried. 
    1282 Posted by Kris McKinley
  • 05 Sep 2015
    I would appreciate some opinions on hairstyles.. I haven't come out fully as trans and as much as I'd love to just shave my head or have a realllly short hairstyle... I'm afraid of my father making comments like "You look butch" or "where's your bike" ...He just sees these as jokes and even has a gay friend, but I don't think he can handle seeing that his daughter feels like a son to him... Anyway, my question is, is a short bob hairstyle considered gender neutral? It seems like the best I can get away with for now and I don't really mind looking gender neutral even though I'd rather look like a male.
    1250 Posted by Kris McKinley
  • 21 May 2016
    It's been awhile since I've last visited this site. How's everyone doing? I finally got the balls to get my hair cut lol. This was a big deal for me because I come from a religious family and my father is always looking at girls with short hair saying remarks like "Dyke on a bike" and "Carpet Muncher" so I thought if I got my hair cut he'd get mad and say that to me. I was worried over nothing though because my family actually likes my hair. My dad did seem shocked, but didn't turn out too bad. It feels so much better having hair like this and I feel one step closer to being myself. :)
    1231 Posted by Kris McKinley
1,082 views Aug 02, 2016
Me vs. Gender Stereotypes

Just feeling the need to rant after realizing it's already August. (Time flies after high school). I told myself this would be the Summer I learn or at least start to learn to drive. Yes, I'm 25 and still have this horrible fear of driving. I am a nervous/paranoid person and for those who don't know, I have Asperger's Syndrome. The reason for the title of this blog is because I'm not driving, I constantly battle this gender male stereotype in my head... Telling me things like "What kind of man doesn't drive a car?" "Men love cars so you have to drive!" "Men drive better than women so if you drive badly, YOU are a woman." I absolutely despise this voice in my head and I've brought it up a coulple times how I've been brought up and had to battle sexist beliefs. I'm so nervous to actually get behind the wheel... I keep telling myself (despite that stupid voice) that just because I'm not a driver (yet) doesn't make me less of a man. Still, I hate having this phobia and really hope to overcome it this month.

PS: I know men don't drive better than women, but it's something my father ALWAYS said to me growing up and now it's just something that automatically pops up in my head when I try to drive. It really sucks. 


  • Cristine Jennifer Shye. BL
    Cristine Jennifer Shye. BL Kris I find you rant's quite entertaining whilst being logical, sending you a funny picture.
    August 4, 2016 - 2 like this - Report
  • Kris McKinley
    Kris McKinley Christine- I'm glad to hear you are entertained by them lol. Also nice to hear that my rants are logical so thanks. =) I still don't have a full membership (unfortunately) so it's not letting me see that pic you sent. I can kind of tell what the pic is,...  more
    August 4, 2016 - Report
  • Sally Scott
    Sally Scott So why do Auto Insurers offer reduced premiums for women drivers?
    August 8, 2016 - 1 likes this - Report
  • Kris McKinley
    Kris McKinley I wouldn't know anything about Auto Insurers, but yes, that would probably be a good point to bring up to my dad. (If indeed he was serious about what he says).
    August 9, 2016 - Report