Adrian Finnie

Pronouns: He/Him/His
  I’ve been transitioning since Feb 2016 testosterone and physically. My walk to me is kind of different than others I didn’t go threw the mishaps that majority of us as trans people go threw. I’ve always been a pretty private person that lives by “it’s not what you do but how you do”. So once I started transitioning I had just moved to The Bay Area alone. It was a struggle alone but this was something that I had to do for my happiness and I did. The job I had when starting my transition was a job that I didn’t have to see my co workers due to working in the field it was just the talking on the phone part in the beginning. Family wise I had to bag up for my happiness and well being. My mother came around but she still will hit a girl pronoun here and there. Now the rest of my family they have no problem calling a stranger the gender they identify with but me oh no they can’t get that right so I had to detach. I want to say on the outside my transition has been smooth. But those battles behind closed doors are a different story. That first shot of T changed my life and that was one of my happiest moments of my life becoming who I know I have always been. 


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