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Violet then explains that next to a cis man, she feels no doubts about her womanhood. “This whole time, a part of my mind has been noting how much bigger my hands are, wondering if people are clocking my voice.It’s hard to feel totally present with all of that.” This struggle is a familiar experience for many trans people.Now, he has manipulated and trapped her with promises of money and stability — and the insistence that she is worthless without him, that no one else will “love” her.
Some of you may be experiencing a feeling akin to that of the moment after you gorged on an entire Swedish Princess Cake (prinsesstårta) at the thought of reading any more stories about royalty.
I want to talk a bit about just some of the issues touched upon — and the rest, you’ll have to watch yourself!
One of the most memorable and crucial scenes takes place in the beginning of the second episode, when Violet describes her own internal process of body policing to Allie.
On Tuesday Sweden's Royal Court released more information about the upcoming christening of Prince Oscar, who will officially get his name on May 27th, in a ceremony held at the Royal Chapel in Stockholm.
The ceremony will be conducted by Sweden's archbishop Antje Jackelén, assisted by bishop and chief court chaplain Johan Dalman and royal chaplain Mikael Bjerkhagen.“After the christening ceremony there will be a reception for invited guests, after which a private lunch will take place,” read a statement on the Royal Court's website.
Even if it does not trigger dysphoria, it is still a level of self-consciousness that cis people have the privilege of not experiencing.