Profile: Jodi

You can call me… Jodi

I identify as… Transgender lady

As far as third-person pronouns go, … She, Her, Maam, Ms,

I’m attracted to… Kindness and Humor.

When people talk about me, I want them to… Smile

I want people to understand… That I conform to societal standards out of need not want. I know I will never be able to be the real me but I can better help people of our community by using the platform that has provide to me.

About Jodi
Father (Mother) of two, Married 32 yrs, corporate executive, on Hormones for over 20 yrs but still living as a male. Don’t want to but it isn’t just about me. Wish I could have the bottom surgery but can’t without RLT. I life as a woman when I can, it truly is the only time I am comfortable with me. I grew up poor and more than anything unwilling to risk my career. My position allows to me to insure that our company does not discriminate against GLBT team members.

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Posted by on September 25th, 2016 at 08:00 am

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2 Responses to “Profile: Jodi”

  1. Jillian

    Thank you for sharing this. This must be a tremendously difficult situation for you. You will be in my thoughts. All the best. As the Dead would say: “Keep on Truckin'”.


  2. AJ

    Wow, thank you, for showing up on this site as a grown adult with a powerful career and commensurate responsibilities. It’s so great to see we are everywhere. And that it’s not always obvious. I bet your coworkers who’ve benefited from your policy decisions and influence re: LGBT issues appreciate it.
    Best of luck in your journey.


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