There's a question that just came to mind. How does it feel to be on the other side?
I personally have no issue with myself; with who I am (duh!).. but what of others? How do they feel when they see me for the first time since for ever?
I can't imagine how it must feel like to meet me after 10 years, where the last you knew of me was that I was a boy. What's the underlying thought that crosses your mind when you look at me now, and compare that image with the last mental image you have of me?
I can imagine the shock, disbelief, confusion and everything. But I can't really tell how it feels.
All I can tell anyone that I've shocked and is as a result not yet able to even look me in the eye, let alone give me a hug to say hi or bye, is that I'm sorry and I hope you can someday come to terms.
What I know is that not everyone will embrace me. Not everyone will accept me. And I'm not just talking about my being trans, its more than that. Its about life and living. Every aspect of it.
Sadly, not everyone gets along. Its one of those things about humanity we may never understand.