Author Archives: davidtkukulkan

About davidtkukulkan

I am a cognizant collection and configuration of genes in symbiosis with various microorganisms, thoughts, memories, emotions all encoded in neurochemicals.

The Royal Harvest And Other Updates

As this Long Night continues, especially now as more than half of each day is consumed in darkness and still drawing shorter, as cold winds howl in the night, I find it difficult to continue existing amidst constant adversity, financial … Continue reading

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Transgender And Religion

Today was my 4th shot of testosterone. As of right now I am dosing every 2 weeks at 80 mg. It’s not much, but they start you small. We don’t need any incredible hulk monsters running around now do we? … Continue reading

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The Gaslit Generation

Never before in human history has a generation experienced gas lighting on the scale millennials have. Our parents and teachers told us we had go to college and that everyone has to take out some loans, but we’d get a … Continue reading

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My Reflection And Rejection

“Look at me. I may never pass for a perfect bride, or a perfect daughter. Can it be, I’m not meant to play this part? Now I see, that if I were truly to be myself, I would break my … Continue reading

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Communication: Talk, Talk, Talk

The mood swings: I started to notice them a couple of days before it’s time for my shot of testosterone. I get moody, aggressive even, not physical, but I can explode.  Currently I’m on 50mg every two weeks – that’s … Continue reading

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Blue Is For Boys, Pink Is For Girls

When a baby is born a boy, they give him a blue hat. The baby shower’s covered in blue. Dreams of him playing sports dance in the parents head. But, what happens if that same boy grows up to be … Continue reading

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Twenty Three Days Ago

Twenty three days ago my life started. Twenty three days ago I finally started my journey to my authentic, true self. You’re sitting there wondering what the hell I’m talking about. For years, I have been keeping a secret. Some … Continue reading

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What Are We Going To Do?

What are we going to do when the car breaks down again? How will we make the commute that’s literally shaving time off our life expectancies? Will we be able to pay for the gas? Will we have to choose … Continue reading

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Traitors And Illegitimate Judges

Brett Kavanagh, an overtly partisan and hostile man who lied under oath and misrepresented evidence, a man who threatened revenge against his political enemies, a man with the belligerent and overly emotional temperament of an abuser playing the victim, after … Continue reading

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The Great Game

Remember when Tyrion told Daenerys: “You’re part of the great game now. And the great game is terrifying.” He could have said that to almost anyone of us today. If you take a stand, if you demand your voice be … Continue reading

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