In the course of my practice at Stanford University I was looking for diagnoses in new areas to apply my recently acquired craft, wonderful in nature and powerful in its novel ability to improve humankind. As a recent transplant from the Midwest, I was searching to make a contribution to medical science and society that … Continue reading The Mark Johnson Story
"Thank you. This is the first time anybody has ever called me normal, Doctor."
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.
Anita Fajardo was always a favorite patient of mine. In body image, perfectionism may be a negative factor. Anita Fajardo was a perfectionist, but perfection is the enemy of good. She was sexy and beautiful. She was not fully in a “job.” She chose pleasure over pain in one of her very important decisions. … Continue reading Perfection is the Enemy of Good
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 Transexual Sued Me