Letters From The Edge of Blogspace: Is Honesty The Best Policy? Or Am I Walking Into A Lampost?

Published October 24, 2014 by Christine

Being trans, I don’t often talk about it. Not out in the open usually. Tonight, though, I did. I was attempting to gain support for trans women who need to fulfil some aspect of their RLE and offering to do that via volunteering. I’m afraid I may have missed that by some margin. The problem is, to offer help with something you are part of, without revealing you are part of it, is incredibly difficult. So, to my mind, there is no point. I offer trans women in Aldershot/Farnborough/Farnham and surrounding area’s, help. Help with RLE, (volunteering, job hunting etc), help with first time outside, excursions, etc and general help with transition to whatever exent I can. It may not be much but I will do what I can.


One comment on “Letters From The Edge of Blogspace: Is Honesty The Best Policy? Or Am I Walking Into A Lampost?

  • Honesty … essential! However, I was adopted, I’m divorced, I’m a recovered alcoholic, I’m … there are many things that I share only with some. Never deception … but discretion. ymmv x

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