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  • Pourquoi Chaque Homme Doit s’Eveiller au « Masculin Sacré »

    Ce sont des hommes qui font les guerres. Ce sont des hommes qui violent et tuent des femmes et des enfants. Ce sont des hommes qui sont responsables du trafic sexuel et de la prostitution. Ce sont des hommes qui sont à la tête des plus grandes institutions financières qui n’ont que l’argent et le pouvoir en tête, au détriment de toute une population qui en subit les conséquences. Ce sont des hommes qui massacrent les animaux par milliards chaque année dans le monde…

  • I’ve Stopped My Gender Transition…

    It was on the Tuesday, the 5th of July, that I dressed for the very last time as Natalia, and felt as her. It seems like ages ago, in a different reality and dimension, in a different universe altogether. I did not intend to bury her on that day, I it turned up to be the effective dawn of my womanhood, at least for now as I see it. I wanted to be and to live as a woman throughout more than 30 years of my life, starting in my very early childhood, so it was an end of a life-long dream. It seems that my female identify is not supposed to come to light, and must be casted away.

  • The Choice Is Ours

    This amazing documentary discusses an alternative vision of what the future can be if we apply what we already know in order to achieve a sustainable new world civilization. It calls for a straightforward redesign of our culture in which the age-old inadequacies of war, poverty, hunger, debt and unnecessary human suffering are viewed not only as avoidable, but as totally unacceptable. Anything less will result in a continuation of the same catalog of problems inherent in today’s world.

  • My Vision of Sustainable Society and How to Deliver It

    I believe there isn’t a single sustainable society around, and there probably never has been one. Throughout thousands of years of human existence, we humans had to struggle for the most basic of our needs. The advent of modern capitalism brought unrivalled material prosperity to us in the West, but at the expense of our Planet and of our ability to flourish. I am convinced that we are at an unprecedented point of our human history, when prosperity of every human is within our reach, and that it will preserve the ability of future generation to prosper as well. This is how I want to see the future, and how I believe it will unfold. How else could I ever make sense out of it all?

  • New Vision of Life

    With this turbulent past I get a sense of appreciating life as it is, and of me as I am (or as I was). There is something sacred about my body, which makes me think I should not try re-engineering it. And there is something militant about my mind that makes me think I should not attempt looking for gender meanings that the society imposes on “males” and “females”.

  • You Are A Composite Of All Things You Believe…

    You are a composite of all things you believe, and all the places you believe you can go. Your past does not define you. You can step out of your history and create a new day for yourself. Even if the entire culture is saying “You can’t.” Even if every single possible bad thing that can happen to you does. You can keep going forward.

  • Life Is A Bitch! Is It? Or Is It Not?

    Well, I could say that my life has been in many ways a true bitch. But I will not say this. I have been blessed in many ways, and cannot count the good fortunes that have been extended to me. Some problems in my life have been awful, unbearably so, but they offered me the learnings I would have otherwise never gained. My quest for gender identity is probably the biggest bitch I had in my life. But without it and other tremendously negative influences in my life I would not be who I am today, full of self-love and love for others. So, I am grateful for the wounds, knowing they will heal one day leaving me so much of a richer person.

  • Biocentrism: How Life And Consciousness Are The Keys To Understanding The Nature Of The Universe

    I’ve once singed up to receive monthly the Astronomy Magazine, a wonderful publication that truly gives insights into what’s going on over our heads. As a reward for my curiosity the Astronomy Magazine revealed to me an amazing and eye-opening book written by Robert Lanza and Bob Berman, and carrying a somewhat sinister title “Biocentrism: How Life And Consciousness Are Thy Keys To Understanding The Nature Of The Universe”. Not only did I get the book but I’ve read it open-mouthed, and I cannot recommend it enough. But be warned, you must be a bit of a scientist to digest it since it is not only abstract but philosophical on top of it.

  • Christmas Is Coming…

    Here is a short Christmas poem for all of my friends, family and all those others I hold in deep respect. I wish you most wonderful Christmas and a Very Happy New Year 2016. And make sure to check the awesome Christmas photos I have recently taken at Le Hameau du Père Noël, which I so recommend you go and visit…kids will have so much fun.

  • Janet Mock: The Path of Authenticity – Embracing the Otherness

    I just cannot express how profoundly touching this video is, by Janet Mock – a best-selling author and modern day civil rights icon who stands proud and firm for the LGBT community. Her inspiring, emotional and sometimes painful path to her authentic self is incredibly uplifting, and refreshing, and helps to embrace the otherness in yourself… because, as Janet so poetically explains, “Normal is so basic!”

  • The Power of Vulnerability

    Vulnerability is the birthplace of joy, happiness and creativity. But we struggle with it and cannot connect which in turn deprives us of purpose and meaning and ultimately of joy, happiness and creativity. Most of us, including myself, struggle with giving in to vulnerability.

  • What Does It Mean To Be Feminine?

    Womanhood does depend partly on our biology, but the same biology isn’t our destiny. If anything, womanhood is a social construct, and if we acknowledge this, then we must conclude that we become women by living as women. And so, for most women, that social construct takes hold at birth, because of a vagina and a doctor’s declaration. For others, like me, it starts in early 40ies.