"I'm A Very Very #digitalveryAF Lesbian Trapped In A Man's (Handsome/Strong) Body, Yo!", I yell out at the dinner table. "Yeah, sure", HR replies. "HR just asked if you can pass the peas, hun", my wife replies as she smiles, Yo. #weinerAF (3.0k) - You've Got Hate Mail
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“I’m A Very Very #digitalveryAF Lesbian Trapped In A Man’s (Handsome/Strong) Body, Yo!”, I yell out at the dinner table. “Yeah, sure”, HR replies. “HR just asked if you can pass the peas, hun”, my wife replies as she smiles, Yo. #weinerAF (3.0k)

“I’m A Very Very #digitalveryAF Lesbian Trapped In A Man’s (Handsome/Strong) Body, Yo!”, I yell out at the dinner table. “Yeah, sure”, HR replies. “HR just asked if you can pass the peas, hun”, my wife replies as she smiles, Yo. #weinerAF (3.0k)

“So how did you figure this out?”, HR asks as I pass her the peas.

“I was masterbating furiously”, I reply as I turn my head to look out the window, “and

“Oh! Dad!”, HR replies as she turns her head to look out the dinner, “we’re trying to eat dinner

“Oh! I do the same”, my wife replies as she grabs a #digitalpanAF from the bread basket, “all my best ideas come when I’m masterbating or high, Yo!”

“I KNOW”, I reply to my wife as I grab a slice of teriyaki tofu from the platter,

“Dad! Mom!”, HR replies as she turns her back to me and then to my wife, “why don’t you guys just go get high or something. I’m trying to eat here!”

“Sorry!”, I reply to HR as I pick up a spoonful of #camotesAF topped with evaporated milk, “but that’s life. Get used to it, ok?”


A PRIMER ON TRANSITION:

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The Basics Of Changing Your Physical Sex

STEP ONE

The Decision Is Made:

You have decided that you are transsexual, or at least transgendered in some way, and that in order to live your life you must dramatically change your body. However you came to this decision, the impulse to act is strong, and now you want to know how to actually accomplish the task, either partially, or in full, to completion. You need to understand a few things first.

Transition is irreversible. It can never be undone. The changes you make will be forever, and if you have made your decision in error, you will never be able to truly reverse your actions. Understand this. Transition is for life.

There are risks. You could die from the process. It is serious stuff, and should not be taken lightly. Transition is a last act of a desperate person, a person in pain. It is not something to be done for adventure, or because it seems interesting or exciting or even ‘better’. Transition is a path that is best taken only by a person who has determined that there really is no other option. If you are looking at death or transition as your only two realistic outcomes in life, then you are possibly ready to go for it.

You need to comprehend that if you change your physical sex, and you were wrong about who you really are inside, you will end up stuck forever in the exact plight that the true transsexual begins life trapped within. Being transsexual hurts. So be as sure as you can be before you begin transition. Only you can decide if transition is for you; no authority can do this for you, or tell you what you are. Be very honest with yourself. 

STEP TWO

Time To Get Ready To Wait:

Transition takes a long time. It is not done quickly. On average, the minimum time required to change your physical sex is about two years, and that is a best case situation. Often, the process can take three, four, five, or many more years. In some ways, the process never really ends; each year that passes one still changes a little, even after surgery. In general, however, one can expect to be more or less living as the appropriate gender after about two to three years.

You will need to find a doctor. Any doctor can potentially help you, if they want to: you do not need an expensive specialist for transition. You just need someone to prescribe hormones for you, and occasionally to check on your health. Any doctor can do that much. Understand that not all doctors are equal, and that doctors are human: they can have prejudices and bigotries of all kinds. You may need to shop around, to find a sympathetic doctor. Be prepared to face this. Hormones are not very expensive, and almost anyone can afford them.

The first thing in transition is hormones. Sex hormones do most of the work of physical transition. Indeed, many people may simply use hormones, and never deal with surgery at all. They may do this for a variety of reasons, such as a fear of surgery, a desire not to risk losing sexual function, or that they find that they are comfortable where they are after the hormones do their work. It is never correct to have surgery first, and then to take hormones. Hormones first, then surgery. Understand this. Accept nothing less.

Hormones change all the soft tissues of the body. They change the look and feel of the skin, they change the shape and curves of the body. Hormones grow breasts where there were none, or in the Female-To-Male, grow beards and bulky muscles where before there were none. Know that these changes are permanent. Breasts do not go away with hormones, and beards do not disappear with hormones. Hormones can give to the body, but they cannot take away. Only surgery can take away from the body. If you have no breasts but want them, hormones can do that. But if you have breasts but do not want them, you will need surgery. The same is true of sex organs, too.

Sex hormones cannot change the skeleton. You cannot become taller or shorter with sex hormones. You will stay the same height, but not the same build. You may lose or gain weight, and your body will change shape amazingly.

Cosmetic Surgery And Hormones:

Most cosmetic surgery, such as to reshape the face, or to enlarge the breasts in the transsexual is not needed. Give the hormones time. It takes years to grow new body parts. It takes this long in nontranssexual people, so this is natural. You cannot tell how well you will turn out after only a single year, or even sometimes two. There is no need to rush into cosmetic enhancements: let the hormones have time to work. In general, if hormones work well on you, you will develop in a similar manner to your parents and siblings. How they look is how you are likely to turn out. However, if after several years, hormones have not worked well, then that is another issue. Some rare people are not affected strongly by sex hormones. It is for them that cosmetic surgery is appropriate.

Risks of Hormones:

Hormones do most of the work of transition, but they are not without risks. Hormones can kill or damage you. This is more likely the higher the dosage you take. The rule is to always take the smallest effective dosage of hormones. More hormones do NOT speed up the process; in fact, extra hormones can slow transition down! Always take the lowest dose that creates the change you seek.

The risks of sex hormones include heart attack and stroke and cancer of all kinds. The risk is proportional to the dosage. Remember that before final surgery, your body is already making sex hormones, so transition is a battle between the hormones you take, versus the hormones you already make. That means that your body is going to be flooded with hormones, more than it is evolved to handle. This by itself is a risk situation. When taking hormones, watch your health, and watch your body carefully.

Do not smoke, drink, or do drugs during transition! You are growing new flesh, and changing existing flesh. Be as gentle and healthy to your body as you would be to a newborn baby; because, literally, you are growing and developing once again. Watch your nutrition, get enough sleep, in general be really, really healthy in all ways. Transition is a second puberty. Destructive behaviors can destroy the process of transition: chemicals affect the way cells divide and grow. Treat yourself like a baby during transition. Be clean, be healthy, be very gentle with your changing body.

STEP THREE

Surviving And Changing:

Once on hormones, there is much to be done. As the months pass, you will witness your body changing around you, very dramatically in fact. But there is another part to being your appropriate sex, and that is the matter of gender expression.

Gender is the non-obvious part of sex. The sex we can see is the shape and construction of the body, but there is a neurological component too. Although you may recognize that your mind is a given gender, and you may have many expressions of that internal, mental sex, that are obvious to yourself and others, you must understand that you have missed out on years and years of social conditioning.

The natural behaviors of gender are exaggerated by society. Little masculine or feminine behavior traits that we are born with and express naturally have been developed into a complicated performance over centuries of social development. Sometimes these behaviors can be so exaggerated that they are unrecognizable as natural traits. In order to be accepted as your chosen sex and gender, you will need to learn some of these affectations, in order to fit into society. However, you do not need to learn all of them, or use most of them, if you do not want to. It is important to use only as much of social gender performance as you need to gain the level of acceptance you desire. Ultimately, you are going through transition to become yourself, and not simply to become some artificial role, or some doll, or some puppet. Use the behaviors of gender, but do not allow them to limit or trap you.

To learn these lost lessons, gain the assistance of friends, or even of professional therapists.


The confusion of hating yourself without comprending the reason; madness in a circle; when the crow flies right the pigeon is safe to leave the nest; messages we send hoping to be received; praying no one sees; we say the opposite of what we want; contrarian prayers said in steeples while you sleep, Yo.


Total transaction costs range from low to high in Mexico

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How high are realtors’ and lawyers’ fees in Mexico? What about other property purchase costs?

How difficult is the property purchase process in Mexico?

Property purchases by foreigners in Mexico take place through the fideicomiso system. The Constitution of 1917 proclaimed that all land in Mexico would be “ejido” (communal), or owned by Mexican nationals only. Ejido land was given to every village and could not be sold.

In 1973, a constitutional amendment known as the Foreign Investment Law allowed foreigners to purchase real estate anywhere in Mexico except the restricted zone that consists of areas within 100 km (64 miles) of international borders or within 50 km (32 miles) from the coastline at high tide. In 1993, Mexico amended the constitution to allow foreigners to purchase real estate within the restricted zone by means of a fideicomiso.

The fideicomiso is a bank trust wherein the bank (trustee) holds the trust deed for the purchaser (beneficiary). While the trustee is the legal owner of the real estate, the beneficiary retains all ownership rights and responsibilities and may sell, lease, mortgage, and pass the property on to heirs. The fideicomiso is authorized by the Mexican Government under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

The bank is required to check ownership and insurance, and to verify that the property is free of liens. A trust is granted for a 50-year period. The trust is renewable at any time (for another 50-year period) by submitting an application to the bank. If the 50-year period expires without renewal, the owner has another 10 years in which he may submit an application to renew the trust. If property is purchased that already has a fideicomiso, the existing trust may be transferred to the new owner and will be good for the remainder of its 50-year period, or the trust may be renewed. If property is already in a fideicomiso, probate and transfer tax are avoided when the property is transferred.

A Mexican corporation may be 100% foreign-owned, and may purchase property in a restricted zone without a fideicomiso. But property owned by a corporation is commercial property, and pay higher water, electric, and telephone rates. However, a Mexican corporation may not own a single-family residence.

The Tax Authority may choose to perform a commercial appraisal after the purchase. If appraisal value is 10% greater than the declared value, the difference between the two amounts is subject to 20% Appraisal Tax, payable within 15 days after the appraisal.

No Value Added Tax (Sales Tax) is payable on residential property. Commercial Property transactions are liable to VAT at the current rate in addition to the Acquisitions Tax.

Once the property price has been agreed, a “Convenio de Compra/Venta” is drawn up, which includes deadlines.


The womb comforts you; beyond the green fields is a city; pulled by the pusuit of love, you leave the coccoon; the air you can’t breathe; the sun burns your body; your legs crumble and you fall; you wait there 398476 days; wings grow.


How Does a Caterpillar Turn into a Butterfly?

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To become a butterfly, a caterpillar first digests itself. But certain groups of cells survive, turning the soup into eyes, wings, antennae and other adult structures

As children, many of us learn about the wondrous process by which a caterpillar morphs into a butterfly. The story usually begins with a very hungry caterpillar hatching from an egg. The caterpillar, or what is more scientifically termed a larva, stuffs itself with leaves, growing plumper and longer through a series of molts in which it sheds its skin. One day, the caterpillar stops eating, hangs upside down from a twig or leaf and spins itself a silky cocoon or molts into a shiny chrysalis. Within its protective casing, the caterpillar radically transforms its body, eventually emerging as a butterfly or moth.

But what does that radical transformation entail? How does a caterpillar rearrange itself into a butterfly? What happens inside a chrysalis or cocoon?

First, the caterpillar digests itself, releasing enzymes to dissolve all of its tissues. If you were to cut open a cocoon or chrysalis at just the right time, caterpillar soup would ooze out. But the contents of the pupa are not entirely an amorphous mess. Certain highly organized groups of cells known as imaginal discs survive the digestive process. Before hatching, when a caterpillar is still developing inside its egg, it grows an imaginal disc for each of the adult body parts it will need as a mature butterfly or moth—discs for its eyes, for its wings, its legs and so on. In some species, these imaginal discs remain dormant throughout the caterpillar’s life; in other species, the discs begin to take the shape of adult body parts even before the caterpillar forms a chrysalis or cocoon. Some caterpillars walk around with tiny rudimentary wings tucked inside their bodies, though you would never know it by looking at them.

Once a caterpillar has disintegrated all of its tissues except for the imaginal discs, those discs use the protein-rich soup all around them to fuel the rapid cell division required to form the wings, antennae, legs, eyes, genitals and all the other features of an adult butterfly or moth.


“We found him in the alley way; he was eating the woman’s head; trying to get to her brain, we think”, the police office tells his lieutenant, “we brought him in.”

“How many shots did you put into him?”, the lieutenant asks as he pulls out his police issued notepad.

“7”

“Then, you checked that he was dead, correct?”, the lieutenant asks as he writes down the information.

“Yes.”

“Then, you gave him the shot of BRNUND?”, the lieutenant asks as he lifts his head to the police officer.

“Yes, within the maximum of 12 hours to resusetate him”, the police officer replies, “we already harvested his brain and his memories are being recorded. This may be the one that FINALLY sheds light on how to reverse or stop the KNEDMT disease. We are seeing things already in his brain that haven’t been recorded yet in our sanctuary city. Do you want to watch some of it?”

The police officer leads the lieutenant to the #maquinaAF in the corner of the small office; you can taste a little bit of it, thinks the police officer to the lieutenant, it’s sweet, Yo.

The lieutenant dips his finger into my brain, which is hooked up to the machine; puts his pointer finger in his mouth; reaches down and repeats; oh! It’s really good, thinks the lieutenant to his superior officer.

The machine stops and the red light on the front starts to beep; an anomaly has been discovered; what do we have here?, thinks the police officer and lieutenant as they simultaneously turn towards the machine in the corner.

A picture is displayed on the screen.

What is this?, the lieutenant thinks to his superior; this is weird, thinks the police offier onto his scanner frequency; I can tell you, I think to them through my still pliable brain tissue; do you want to know?

The officer thinks back to me; yes, but in a moment.

The picture of the young lady in the red dress with the red balloon in the crowd disappers from the computer display.

“We’re losing him”, the police officer yells out as he pushes the button marked emergency on the machine; the alarm goes off and, moments later, the space is filled with medical crew to work to reanimate me, my brain; moments afterwards, the screen would show the young lady in the crowd wearing the red dress and the red balloon held down by her left hand.

The mystery would take 398 years to solve; I never revealed my information; the cure would be found from that image; first, however

“Dad!”, HR replies as she grabs a turkey leg from the platter in the middle of the table, “I’m trying to eat. Can I read Sexo & Muerto 4 after dinner?”

“Yeah!”, I reply as I reach for the other turkey leg, “of course!”

Outside, Heatherate and Jacobate would enter the property line moments later.

Jamie Smith
therenegadeinc@gmail.com

It's all about the story, man.

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