Susan has lived on two continents, in two genders and sailed the “Bays and Oceans” as a Tall Ship Captain for over 30 years. She writes extensively about her journey as a transgender woman, and is actively involved with the growing transgender community in Port Townsend.
A last squeeze
The small frail hand wraps around my thumb. It’s weathered fingers still retaining a semblance of strength. I ask her if she is feeling OK and two quick squeezes on my thumb are her reply. As I sit with my mother on this night, I realize this is how we were introduced on another June … Continue reading A last squeeze
MY FIRST ROW.
Mayland Creek The incoming tide brought with it the smell of salt and decay, the scent of adventure and a promise of a day on the water. My mother had got the four us up early, dressed and fed us, and with warm clothing issued for the day, had sent us packing. The days adventure; … Continue reading MY FIRST ROW.
Writers Resist 1/20/2017
BIRTH. Being transgender, like being gay, tall, short, white, black, male, or female, is a part of the human condition that makes us unique, and something over which we have no control. We are who we are, in the deepest recesses of our minds, in our hearts and in our souls. For transgender people this … Continue reading Writers Resist 1/20/2017
Where it all began. January 2011
This is the excerpt for your very first post.