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My Mom’s Perspective – video!

Hey Folks,

Now that I know video can load to my laptop, I decided to ask my mom a few questions about her perspective on my surgery and this experience as a whole.

Asher

P.S. My Mom is fabulous, eh? 🙂

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About Queerly Asher

I'm a genderqueer, trans-masculine Jew. I grew up/went to school in the Midwest (UW-Madison) and recently re-located to Boston (Jamaica Plain, MA) to work as a Community Organizer with a LGBT & Queer Jewish organization. I started this wordpress to document my experiences and journey of my own psychological, emotional, and physical form of transition. We'll see where it goes!

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5 thoughts on “My Mom’s Perspective – video!

  1. ok….I love Felice,and you…but figure out the horizontal/vertical thing so I dont get vertigo!!! and then I will watch the whole thing. Sorry.It is tough on me. 🙂

    good luck on your physical rehab..it is clear that your mental rehab is doing well

    —Nancy

    Posted by NANCY BARNETT | April 16, 2011, 4:30 pm
  2. WOW. I cannot express how impressed and especially proud I am of your mom (Felice) – it takes a lot of strength and love to be able to end up with the attitude and acceptance that she has.

    Love to you Felice and you too Pen. I just have one question. Do I introduce you to people as my nephew?

    Love you both – heal fast and be happy.

    Love Aunt Deb

    Posted by Aunt Deb | April 16, 2011, 7:24 pm
  3. I thought we were supposed to call you Asher now????

    Posted by NANCY BARNETT | April 16, 2011, 9:58 pm

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