Robin Of House Hill

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About Robin Of House Hill

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    Justice of Toren
  • Birthday 03/19/1943

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    Tucson, AZ, USA
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    Reading, movies, and surviving another day..

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  1. LBGTQ - 4 out of 5 cats prefer lesbians

    There are some bright lights in an otherwise perilous universe. But, I have to be honest. I've actually given thought to what I would have done if I'd been born years later, when the concept that early transition was possible, began to be accepted. Transitioning before one has completed school pretty much rules out anything but being public about it. That would have been a deal breaker for me, no matter what the benefit would have been. The loss of being able to go through life without being perceived as different is something I I wouldn't give up. When the world perceives you as different, the odds are never in your favor. (Apologies for the Hunger Games paraphrase.) I don't even know if kids today are told the options available to avoid public disclosure. It's a strange world where trans kids can transition while they are in school, but can't use the bathroom.
  2. LBGTQ - 4 out of 5 cats prefer lesbians

    If the name on the prescription had been a male name, I wouldn't have mentioned it here, but it was a female name and in the US that isn't the medication of choice for high blood pressure.
  3. LBGTQ - 4 out of 5 cats prefer lesbians

    A bigger coincidence than you realize. The address on the med bottle is a complex that is managed by a company that we first inquired about when we first considered moving to this area. They had a page on Facebook and when I looked at it, I noticed that one of the pages "liked" by it referenced Transgender Day of Remembrance. The former intelligence officer in me had to dig further. I discovered that the woman there, that my wife was in touch with was married to a trans woman. I don't believe this is the same one. One would figure when you are about 15 miles outside a city of about 700,000, things wouldn't be so crowded. Anyway, enough about this. It is great news that your family is coming around.It should make your life a bit easier. It's nice to hear of good things happening to people.
  4. LBGTQ - 4 out of 5 cats prefer lesbians

    The pharmacy is about 3 miles away, not on a bus route, and we don't have a car.
  5. LBGTQ - 4 out of 5 cats prefer lesbians

    This comes under the heading of bizarre happenings. My wife comes back from walking our dog, this afternoon Mentions that it took a while because she found a medication bottle down near the dog park and tried to find out who it belonged to She couldn't find out, so she called the pharmacy They said they'd call the person and let her know it would be at our complex's management office, tomorrow morning, so it could be picked up. That sounded good, but I asked to see the medication bottle, in case there was any greater urgency in getting it to the person. Spironolactone!!! While it has other uses, it is frequently used in the HRT regimen for trans women. Because of that, I suggested that she put in a mailing envelope and seal it, with only the person's name, before leaving it at the management office tomorrow. No point in letting someone get curious and googling it. The best part is that I'm not involved in any of this. The only question I have is what would I have done if my wife hadn't already contacted the pharmacy?
  6. I know it's a long shot. but if anyone has, is there a definitive guide to setting it up and getting it running on Windows. I've gone through the documentation and looked at sites like I've tried to get named running, but to no avail.
  7. LBGTQ - 4 out of 5 cats prefer lesbians

    As I mentioned. being shipped off to the gulag isn't my immediate concern...yet. How do I know if any of the staff that has access to medical records doesn't live nearby? There is only one thing that could possibly be relevant, but I am so far out of the profile for it, I think I can safely dismiss it.
  8. I much prefer that things are still in the same location they always have been.
  9. LBGTQ - 4 out of 5 cats prefer lesbians

    If it has nothing to do with any medical condition for which I require treatment, there is no matter how much I like my doctor. Besides, this doctor's office isn't that far away, and I have no idea if any of the staff live nearby.
  10. I gave up the idea of arguing about it. I decide that saying, "okay swap out your stuff, but leave mine alone," would solve nothing, and might hinder domestic tranquility.
  11. LBGTQ - 4 out of 5 cats prefer lesbians

    That makes a difference from a legal standpoint. Considering the current political and social climate. I wouldn't share such information with anyone in real life. If fact, if I had known in 2013, what the world would be like today, I'd have kept my mouth shut on this board. I don't even share such information about myself with my doctor, despite the fact that the medical group she's with has on their patient data form: Male, Female, Male (FtM), Female (MtF), and Intersex. I checked "Female." There is no medical condition that I require treatment for, that anything else would be relevant. If she should ever hint at anything, I will not confirm it. I'll then find another way to obtain the medication I require. I don't trust HIPAA to guarantee my privacy. Yep, I know that no one agrees.
  12. Can someone explain the logic of rotating the clothes in the closet, so that the winter stuff is packed away when it gets warm and vice versa, when (and this is important) there is sufficient room in closet for both? I nearly got into an argument with my wife, today, over what think is an unnecessary process.
  13. LBGTQ - 4 out of 5 cats prefer lesbians

    I would think that a VP of HR would know the potential legal ramifications of asking such a question.
  14. Daylight savings time sucks spring 2017!!!

    Living in a state where most of it has no DST, is wonderful.
  15. Feminism - Post-apocalypse version

    We live in an age when the lines between sarcasm, satire and reality have become blurred.