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It was early July, and we were on our way home after a botched date night. My spouse 's mood wice off, once again; this chronic melancholy, this little Eeyore cloud hanging over our lives and saturating http://mirandamustgo.info/suzisoumise-the-willing-slave.php in miserable little droplets. It happened all the time. The unhappiness had put a wedge between us for years. I, the happy, bubbly, social person on one side; my partner, the quiet, brooding, isolating one. And on those rare nights we could sneak out for a meal or a drink, I would grow resentful when the Eeyore cloud starting pissing all over our parade.
My Husband Is Now My Wife — And Our Marriage Has Never Been Better
Originally published at The Establishment and republished here with their permission. When I was a teenager, I met the person who would become my husband — who would later become my wife. Our first meeting took place in our high school psychology class, and we soon became friends, talking a lot on the phone, as teenagers did back then. We dated briefly, but our relationship was short-lived. After some time apart after I went off to college, we reconnected, and after that, it all happened quickly: Our relationship bloomed, we fell in love, and we moved closer to one another to be together.
After three years, I was proposed to. I knew this was who I was supposed to marry, because we had split up once and gotten back together, unable to be apart. I had only ever identified as straight, but by staying in a marriage with a trans woman, this identification was challenged.
But according to the court of public opinion on the Internet, by doing this, I would single-handedly prove the conservative opinion that queer people can change their sexuality — that being queer is a choice. Straight people just had questions. So what am I, and where do I stand? What does this say about the nature of sexuality? Is this about love, or is sexuality truly fluid and our physical attractions change over time? I have a friend who identified her whole life as a lesbian, but fell in love with and married a man.
I know a person who, after divorcing her husband, ended up in a relationship with her best female friend. My spouse, regardless of gender, makes me laugh, is kind to others, is politically active, shares the same political opinions as me, and has the same geeky loves as I do, including, but certainly not limited to, Harry Potter , Star Wars, and Doctor Who.
We had a great life together and a beautiful son. Physical differences in my wife are becoming more apparent by the day. At first, it was the removal of hair, the application of makeup, and the growth of her head hair.
Then came the changes of medical transition: I find her new look to be beautiful in the way I have always been able to find other women beautiful, but the attraction is deeper since we have an emotional connection as well.
The fact that I love her and care about her deeply translates into physical attraction. Our love was always more than skin-deep. She still has those beautiful blue eyes, with those gorgeous long eyelashes.
There was a time when I mourned the loss of her more manly features — even her chest hair, which ironically prior to coming out I was not a huge fan of — but that longing is gone. In an ideal world, people would fit nicely into one category: I learned this the hard way, by being thrust into the world of unknown sexuality. And now, having explored my sexuality in an entirely new way, I wonder: Would it be a better place?
Would everyone be happier? At the end of the day, all I know is that sexuality is deeply personal and private. I know that I now identify as queer, and that no well-defined box can contain me.
Amanda Crose is a former kindergarten teacher who is now an Ed. D candidate in reading, as well as a work-at-home mom who cares for other children. She is the wife of a transgender woman, and mother of two adorable children.
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