So I officially start testosterone November 28th. I first came out as transgender in the beginning of 2015. I was closeted for a year even though I was already out as a lesbian. 2016 I was completely open and aware about being a transguy. Some people of course didn't like that and didn't agree. I completed one process so far, which was my name change. I went from Isabel Elsie Feliciano to Jayden Rae Feliciano. Skipping to 2018, been living as a guy since then. Now here I am ready to complete the next couple processes: testosterone, top surgery, gender marker, hysterectomy, then phalloplasty further into the future.
Name Change - November 8th, 2016
Testosterone - November 28th, 2018
Top Surgery - Soon
Gender Marker - Soon
Hysto - ?
Phallo - ?
Hey guys! Want to help me out?
I started a GoFundMe so that those of you who want to help me pay for my top surgery can donate! The link is in my bio but I will post it here too.
I really appreciate all of you that donate and have donated so far, every dollar counts... Of course I already have money saved up, and all the commissions I am taking currently will go toward paying for my surgery.
Remember too, that if you cannot donate it also helps to spread the word!
Thank you for reading! I will make a similar post on my fursuit account, @dipsydotworkshop!
I’ve never really explained the story behind the chain I wear around my neck. I think there’s definitely a stigma behind chains as being tacky or overcompensating, but mine is a part of me. I started wearing this chain years ago. I have always worn necklaces & I had worn a cross necklace for YEARS prior (I’ve never been religious, more so wore it to fit in/my dad was raised religious & he bought it for me) & when I decided I couldn’t wear that anymore once I came into my confidence as an atheist as well as claiming a more masculine identity, I asked my mom if she had anything I could have of hers. I remember her distinctly bringing me over to her dresser where she keeps all her jewelry in her top drawer that I *always* snuck in as a kid & handed me this chain. So, the REAL reason this chain is so special to me is because it was my grandfathers. He wore it his whole life & my mom acquired it after he passed away when I was a teenager. I only met him once, when I was about five or six years old. I don’t remember any of it, but I have a few photos to look at & remind myself how he looked. His big long burly beard & how he dressed like a punk biker until his last days. This chain never, EVER leaves my neck unless it’s absolutely necessary like surgery. It’s truly one of my most prized possessions & I have no idea what I would do if I ever lost it. My grandpa was my Mom’s best friend & I know she misses him every day, so not only is it my connection to him, but it keeps his legacy living on for her. I’d really love to pass it on to my own son one day in the future ♥️✨