Jay Sennett |||

The Value of Unsurpassed Transgender Self-Love

Boy how things change in seventeen years.

I made this video in the late 90s. Clearly I felt confusion and pain about transitioning and my body.

Listening to it now, the person I was then is not who I am now.

As I’ve said before, learning to love myself as I am is my life’s work.

Doing that work day after day has moved me from Phallocy to Truth, which is that I love my transsexual body very much, as it is.

Phallocy represents a period in my life I will never forget, and one I’m glad to have moved through.

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