Your Transgender Girl in the Neighborhood-JJ'S HOUSE!
All I can say about this jaw-dropping story is that I would DIE if those idiots did that to me. I would never associate with them in ANY way, shape or form after that since I am not a person that could ever get over a "prank" of this caliber. OMG - the thoughtlessness of it! Good on you for taking it like a "man" though, I couldn't... Hugs,Tanit
Tanit, I don't think that I took anything at all. I reacted to it as the strong woman I was becoming at the time. Just prior to my meeting with this group, it was necessary for me to use a cash machine outside of a nearby bank. I was tentative about doing it, and I waited in my car until I decided the coast was clear for me to not have to encounter another person. As fate would have it, though, as I stood facing the machine, I heard a man's voice behind me asking, "Excuse me m'am, do you have a light?" When I turned around to face him, he immediately said, "Oh, sir, do you have a light?" That was much more devastating than was the incident with the bullying cross dressers I experienced later. It was the first close-up encounter I had had with anyone, and my biggest fear of being read and outed became a reality almost immediately. Please read my comment to Cyrsti's next post for more of my feelings about this subject.