Dating transgenders in prison
Monika: As a result, you became an advocate for transgender rights in the military and LGBT employment non-discrimination laws. She was from my home district in Madison and was sympathetic to Transgender rights movement.
She shared my story with the House of Representatives in 2008-9.
I am very grateful my two children are fully supportive and love me for whom I am; my three grandchildren are the same.
While all losses have been difficult, the last dozen years of my life, since transitioning, have been the happiest, by far.
I served on a two star staff and was the Force Integrator, Strategic Planner and finally the J1, Director of Manpower and Personnel.
I retired for a short period and then went back to work in the Washington DC area as a lead course instructor at the US Army Force Management School, Ft Belvoir, VA.
I interviewed 438 women that radiate with wisdom, beauty, intelligence and love.
The blog is about women that proved to me that there is hope for me and it is better to be hated for what you are than to be loved for what you are not. She is the highest-ranking, out, transgender US Army veteran in the United States. Sheri: I enlisted in the Wisconsin Army National Guard after high school and shortly thereafter started working full time as a federal employee.
The US, finally, joined 18 of our allies who already permitted Trans service member to serve openly.I have found losing friends and colleagues has been mainly generational.It appears older individuals find it more difficult to accept advances in medical arena.I gained a lot of strength and insight from sharing experiences with those individuals. I also admire Amanda Simpson who most recently served as Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Energy.She was the highest ranking transgender Presidential appointee serving in the Obama administration.