Profile: Taisho

A man wearing a white v-neck shirt, peering over his sunglasses.

You can call me… “Taisho” or “Tai”

I identify as… a poor innocent (kinda *cough*) bloke doing time inside a female-shaped prison. He’ll be released soon, I hope!

As far as third-person pronouns go, … please use “him/his/he” etc when you describe me, and I will love you!

I’m attracted to… manly men, though feminine ones are lovely too. But I prefer the manly ones. I love a man who can make me and others laugh and who doesn’t always take himself too seriously. One who is accepting and open-minded.

When people talk about me, I want them to… remember that I’m still a human being. I’m still who I was before coming out or before the transition. I’m still ME. But also to remember I’m a male and not female!

I want people to understand… “I’m not offended by their mistakes as long as they can be nice about it.” This isn’t a “phase”. I’ve been “wrong” since birth.

About Taisho
30 years old at the time of doing this.
Resident in Belfast, a most awesome city.
Easy going and fun-loving.
Still in the early stages of transition.
Itching to get to the one-year-as-a-man stage!
Looking forward to the operation stages. ^_^

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Posted by on September 10th, 2011 at 08:00 am

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2 Responses to “Profile: Taisho”

  1. Elle

    Sounds like you have an awesome attitude towards life in general and transition in particular. Keep at it man!


  2. radical/rebel

    If you lived in Belfast, ME, that would be so rad.

    It’s my dream city to move to.

    Cool profile <3


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