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  1. freebree added a comment on a blog entry: Taste the Rainbow (flag)   

    ​I can imagine Emma. Even if you don't believe in the Bible it does have some really good lessons on life and  Global LOVE is the main message that Jesus talked about. Also, John Lennon knew: "All we need is love" and "Imagine" I think that Michael Jackson even knew it "Man in the mirror" and "Black or White" I'm sure there's others. Maybe that dream will come true someday.  ...hope 
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  2. freebree added a blog entry in The Purple Woman   

    Taste the Rainbow (flag)
       Who doesn't love a hand full of skittles every now and then? No, I'm not going to go into any commentary on candy at this time, though. My subject is actually about love in diversity, namely the LGBT community and more specifically the pride flag. Although this site is geared more toward Trans...(fill in the blank) and our flag is a flag of different colors my intention isn't really about colors. The rainbow has been used as a significant symbol throughout our world's history. In the 16th century, during the German Peasant's War the rainbow flag was used to symbolize a new era, hope and social change. The rainbow flag represent the city of Cusco in Peru. It represents Buddhism, In the 1920's it represented the International cooperative Movement, which stood Unity in diversity and in 2001 it became a logo for the I.C.M., placed in the middle of white background. Each color representing different meanings: 
    Red - CourageOrange- visions of PossibilitiesYellow - The challenge that Green has kindled..Green - A challenge to strive for growthSky Blue - A goal to achieve global unity Dark blue - Helping those less fortunateViolet - Warmth, beauty and friendship  In 1961 the rainbow flag stood for Peace. Then in 1978 Gay Pride!
         Yup the good ol' rainbow flag in unity and love. The colors have traveled around the world to arrive in this day and time as a symbol of hope and an expression of courage . It has been told that in various countries that gay men signaled others by the wearing of a specific color. In England they wore green carnation, in Australia the color was yellow, usually in the form of socks. At one time, somewhere, the color was purple, as in "Purple Power". During the holocaust a pink (gay) or black (lesbian) triangle was used for the prisoners. Now brought together in the form of a flag that not only represents rights but also pride. 
         As the story goes that the original rainbow was created by the Hebrew/Christian God as symbol of a promise with love. Now please don't take me as a hater when I say that it should be returned to be just that, a promise with love or in love. I don't mean in love with your partner, but in love with each other as a whole. This world needs to learn to love one another. Across the oceans and across the land. The rainbow flag needs to be spread over the globe not only in the homosexual community, but in all community, all cultures,(or sub cultures) in all society. Remove all labels and just as the colors of the flag came from around the world let it now fly around the world in love and unity in diversity.  
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  3. freebree added a post in a topic: This mom is cool   

    Not much to say here. I just thought that some of you would be interested in this cute little story.
    http://www.fox23.com/news/trending-now/mom-says-her-transgender-firstgrade-daughter-is-making-her-way/303407687
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  4. freebree added a post in a topic: Text color and emoticons   

    ​Thank you both. I have used Firefox and I liked it ok. but when i started on this forum I was using a Chromebook then when I switched to this comp. I just stuck with Google because I'm used to it and it synced with my Chromebook.
    Hey, Here's a interesting thought:It's weird, but when this comp. synced with my Chromebook it adopted some of its mechanical glitches! ??? LOL. Another thing that might be interesting is that this comp. is 13 y.o. . I updated the ram and it actually works better than my 2 y.o. Chromebook. o0  I need to make a few more updates though so that I can update from Windows XP pro to Windows 7 o0 . Anyway being that it is XP that might be my problem. LOL Thanks again. BTW, The upgrades are really cheap or I wouldn't bother.
     Bree
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  5. freebree added a comment on a blog entry: The Well of Loneliness   

    Emma: I am really glad to hear that you have found a medicine that works for you.
    I have a lot of problems finding medicines that work for me too. some time ago I was diagnosed with narcolepsy, but all the stimulants that they tried for me would work for  a short few weeks and then loose effectiveness, but a couple of months ago she finally prescribed one that works pretty well. At first it caused my mind and body to go super fast. I would just keep busy, busy,busy and wouldn't stop to eat or drink.  Finally it leveled out and I'm on a ,somewhat, normal schedule. A lot of medicines don't work the same way for me as for others. Now they just recently started using some sort of genetic coding to help them find medicines that work better with my body.  I hope it goes well.
    Also I hope that your retirement goes well. Just be sure to keep busy. I heard that some people that retire go down hill fast.
     Bree  
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  6. freebree added a comment on a blog entry: Beat it out of me?   

    Briannah: I used the title as an attention grabber just to pull in readers.A tactic that is used in the media trade, (I've read a couple of books). I never meant for it to scare any one. I know that I am listed as Female and that is because that is what I truly identify as and as a whole consider myself to be. However I haven't begun to transition yet. No, not even H.H.T., and I am quiet the stout girl at 6'3", 300+ lb and (at the moment) still looking like a man, I don't think that anyone is going to mess with me even when I come out to the world as the real me unveiled. BTW my avatar is a representative of what I intend on transitioning into as I also love the goth style and always have although I always dress as the all american country boy. Please forgive me of any deception, to you or anyone whom might be reading this or any of my other Blogs.
    Thanks xxxx   Bree

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  7. freebree added a comment on a blog entry: Lie Monster   

    ​LOL  Hey girl don't try to steal my style! he he he  No, use purple if you want, or any other color, on this board, that's fine honey. 
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  8. freebree added a comment on a blog entry: Lie Monster   

    ​I'm sorry Monica I'm getting tired, but I know about Aspenger's Syndrome my 17 y.o. had been diagnosed with it and after living all these years I can say with much certainty that I don't have it. Now to tell you where I think my depression is rooted I'm going to quote myself; ​

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  9. freebree added a comment on a blog entry: Lie Monster   

    ​Oh wow, Veronica, that's it "Simply, your emotionally closed off." The weird thing about that is that; when I was about 5 I wanted to turn my feelings off because I thought that they were too feminine. Then for whatever reason all the other kids at school shunned and ignored me so I began to collapse emotionally and, I guess that I never learned to interrelate socially. Although there are those very rare times that I meet someone that causes me to come out of my comfort zone for a time.  BTW I never had to..."
    playing pond hockey too long and you have to thaw your skates before you can get them off! OWIE! "
     ​I'm sorry. but as long as I'm trans she will never allow herself to stay with me, (it's her land, I'd leave). she is hard core disciple, (as she prefers) of Christ and very set in her convictions. Only God would be able to convince her otherwise. T_T. I am never going to be able to turn away from this Dysphoria its too hard T_T     T_T      T_T​
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  10. freebree added a comment on a blog entry: Beat it out of me?   

    ​That is right Veronicabeta. and it's hard to convince others of what we know in our hearts to be true. especially here in the "Bible belt" Where nearly everyone throws bible verses at you and even then they misunderstand the actual context and take it to literal. Uhhh I guess that bible verses is better than rocks or maybe even bibles,.No I don't think that I'm a Pinata I really kinda just happened onto that reference and felt that it made an interesting metaphor and wanted to share. 
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  11. freebree added a comment on a blog entry: Beat it out of me?   

    ​Thanks for your concern Briannah. Yes I am quiet ok in the sense of the word that you mean. We all have problems in this life, but being beat up isn't one of mine.  
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  12. freebree added a blog entry in The Purple Woman   

    Beat it out of me?
         Although the origins of the Piñata can be traced back to China it still largely represents Mexico. Just a little tidbit that I thought I would include. The issue that brought me back here to my blog is one that has occurred to me from time to, but today it hit me a little harder than usual.
         It's really not like me to rush into my local department store and rush right out. However, here I was zooming to the checkout line without making any diversions, as is normal for me.  I was in the grocery section, so there weren't any items of  my fascination near.
         My mother lives across the road so I took a stroll. Half way there I remembered passing by the Piñatas and suddenly I actually felt like one. A container holding a fine bounty of treasure that everyone rushes in to take. I'm really the treasure inside and although I really don't want to be beat up with a bat, I do wish it were so simple. Please let me use a mid 20th century slang phrase, "The Man" is trying to beat me down into some idealistic world of fictional truth! It is the world that I have lived in for almost 45 years, until one night I went to dream land and a little girl showed me who I really am.  Well, I'm next up to bat and evaluating the strategy of those that have gone before me, reviewing the weakness that I've noticed, choosing my best bat and waiting for my opportunity to knock this paper mache to the ground.  
         Oh, how much do I, (we?) wish that it really could be that simple?
      xoxoxo The Purple Woman.   
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  13. freebree added a post in a topic: What does the Bible say about transgender?   

    ​I hear a lot of this going on too! I don't care much for religion and about a year ago I stopped calling myself Christian. I just don't get it religion is so full men's doctrine and evil agendas it's not Christianity anymore. No, I declare to be a disciple (student) of Jesus the Christ, but not Christian. Although I may be in the body of Christ I still have a ways to go before I can be called Christ - like.  I actually do read the Bible and so when I hear someone reading scripture out loud and it is a verse  that I am familiar with I will look it up if it sounds to be out of context. Sometimes interpretation is hard and there are so many different opinions and studied facts and reports that it seems that the world is overthinking the bible. Study to show yourselves approved. What really bothers me is some of these over zealous "Christians that listen to a preacher and thinks that must be true and right and every time. It seems like their reasoning evolves on a regular basis. I get so tired of hearing someone trying to convict my heart, but God doesn't seem to be, but rather it feels like he encourages. He is after all a true and faithful, loving an kind and never changing. If He weren't nobody would be here.
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  14. freebree added a post in a topic: Text color and emoticons   

    I don't know if anyone has or has had this problem. I recently spoke to someone else that uses a different color other than black on some messages or replies. I was informed that this doesn't happen to him. His suggestion was to put the problem here, so here it is. , SEE?
    I have a blog on here that I call the purple woman and so I use purple on my text. Now I use a Samsung Chromebook on Google Chrome browser to, well, everything. My problem is that every time that I use an emoticon the text rests to color and also on other settings as well like  font and  size. Just let me ask one simple question; Why? why?  Can any one tell me? And look at the attachment my cursor is still huge, too. ??

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  15. freebree added a blog entry in The Purple Woman   

    and rant I will
         and rant I will
     
         I thought that I read somewhere that ranting is allowed. I hope so because I’m a ranter and here I go. First I want to get one thing out of the way. Can I have a female moderator or administrator PM me because I am having a personal issue with the forum, nothing bad, but I have to say it and I can’t say it in here.
     
        OMG, I can’t believe it! EEEEEE! My (very unsupportive) wife likes to go to a local thrift store to buy clothing, (nothing personal), real cheap and quite often new items, (still tagged). I went in for a shower and grabbed a pair of pants, that she recently bought there. It wasn’t until after that I realized that she gave me women’s pants by mistake. I hesitated to put them on and wasn’t sure that they would even fit. Although the butt drooped the hips were a little baggy, but, at the same time made mine look a little bigger, but in a good way, (for me). They were more comfortable than man’s and felt more right. OMG I love it!
     
        On a depressing note, I feel whipped!  Around my house, everyday someone slams Transgenderism. It seems like the pressure is being increased more and more. Several times a day now, my wife speaks up against  one or more issues either in the news, on Facebook or out of the bible.One day my son came in and started quoting from a site that seemed to be saing everything that my wife says about TG. He also said that cutting your ……….. off don’t make you a woman. No son this is not a mental disease, it’s who I  am inside and, without arguing about procedure, reconfiguring my hardware is just a means to an end. I do not wish to insult or embarrass anyone, but this is not a road to homosexuality. If I were to be homosexual, bisexual… then it would be with or without transitioning. One does not make the other!
     
        I am a little excited though. I’ve been noticing a lot of different changes going on even without HTR and at the time that I wrote this I didn’t know why these was going on, but after a little bit that I stumbled upon today I discovered that soy beans offers a large amount of estrogen and so does a lot of other beans and I've Been eating a lot recently he he. One area is in libido, he he that is such a funny word to mean what it does. LOL. Seriously for a long time I have had trouble with it being on extended vacation, but it is beginning to come back just a little, but now it is a little different. Now I rather than being stroked, (I never really liked that anyway) I actually long to be rubbed and gently massaged at the top. I have also noticed that some of my facial expressions seem to be a little more feminine, if there is such a thing. There might be some others that I’m not thinking of right now, but I have a certain item that is both interesting and exciting. Due to a medical condition that I have mentioned in another post, but I’m not going into now. To put it as mildly as I can think of let me just say that I lost a lot of air from my balloon, he he. Although it can be a bad medical condition, (I am working with my HCP on it), it feels real nice and saves money on duct tape or other items that might come in handy to a girl like me. And last but definitely not, in the least, least is that I have noticed that my life seems to go so much better when i place my mind into girl mode, which is what I hope to accomplish on a full time basis.

    I am more comfortable writing these on Google Docs then pasting them onto my blog here, but my point is just a little bit of interest that the font that I used on this one is called Bree Serif. I hope everyone is comfortable with it and with me writing in purple. Someone on an earlier post commented that the cursive font that I chose was too hard to read, so like a good girl I listened and gave a little respect. Please  feel confident to criticize on anything that is disagreeable, offencive or just plain rude. whether it is from the top, like an administrator or at the bottom, like the newbie I’ll take anything into consideration or comply with our leaders. I love this place and feel good here just like home.
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