My father made an intervention. He mandated, “Don, if you ever do anything connected with war, I will dispossess you from all inheritance.”
As alluded to above, my professional career at Stanford University School of immersed me in an area of patient care and clinical experiences of high value...Gender Dysphoria Syndrome.
San Pedro Sula, Honduras, the kidnap and violence capital of the world. What in the hell do you want to do in Honduras, DON? It’s dangerous, you don’t know the culture you don’t know the language, your job is up here in the center of learning, the center of skill and knowledge in your chosen … Continue reading San Pedro Sula
At Stanford, it is obvious that you should, or must, excel. After all, Nobel Laureates eat lunch right across the table from you - the common faculty person. Wow. You look up to these people. That guy right there looking like a regular fellow, appearing as a serious person, mild-mannered, and probably of scholarly bent, … Continue reading My First Transsexual Sued Me