If you have not read Part 1, I do suggest you go back and read it before reading this part as there are many references to that part.
I asked a fortune teller what my love life would look like. She looked me dead in the eye and said two words: "It sucks."
I thought she was full of it, and then I started my life. Boy, was she not wrong.
Recently my partner informed me that she no longer was attracted to women and that our marriage could not work. After two and a half years together and having just celebrated our one year anniversary days prior, it was a hard blow to take.
My wife is a transgender woman. With the use of estrogen supplements and injections, she has developed natural breasts and retains the figure of a cis gender woman. She has not gotten bottom surgery, which means she still has the genitalia she had at birth when she was gendered as male. This part of her is the source of a lot of gender dysphoria.
Two of the buzzwords that have surfaced in mainstream media (primarily social media) in recent years are "offended" and "triggered." It has become a joke to one particular group of people who ridicule another group that is radically different in thinking and values than themselves.
In light of the most recent episode of Ghost Adventures, I have decided to shift gears. In a previous article, I addressed the attachments of host Zak Bagans in America’s Most Haunted, and during the most recent episode—on Saturday, November 24—that point was driven home.