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Fluidity In Space: Chapter Six

The atmosphere in the Jackson household was anything but relaxed. Junior Lieutenant Stephen Jackson was waiting for his father to arrive home from his shift at the electronics shop, and he was not the harbinger of good news. He only … Continue reading

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Fluidity In Space: Chapter Five

Kevin Jackson. I am the third man in my family to carry that name. It used to mean something on this ship, but it doesn’t hold much weight anymore. My grandfather was captain, my father was the science officer and … Continue reading

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Sorry About The Lack of Fluidity In Space Updates

Thanks to everyone who has read my first few chapters of Fluidity in Space, and an ultra special thanks to those of you who posted comments about it or shared their opinions via private message. It means a lot to … Continue reading

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If I Could Go Back In Time I Would Freeze My Age At 17

My last post showed that adult life is hard. I’d love to go back in time and freeze my age at around 17. That way I’d have the freedom to drive an automobile, but I wouldn’t have to worry about … Continue reading

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Adulthood Is Not All It Is Cracked Up To Be

In December, I got a loan. I cashed the check in January, and checked my balance via the ATM and it was in there. So, I ended up buying a few things and paying off large chunks of my credit … Continue reading

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Fluidity In Space: Chapter Four

“Ms. Corben… Maria. It’s true that we have only officially worked together for a short time. However, if you factor in the fact that we attended University at the same time, we’ve actually known each other for years. I feel … Continue reading

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Fluidity In Space: Chapter Three

The junior staff was discussing the situation as I walked in. “But this hallway was completely empty. There’s no way everyone was locked up.” It looks like I got here just in time, as Ms. Rahman’s comment was exactly what … Continue reading

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Fluidity In Space: Chapter Two

As the group decended towards the counselor, I practically ran into the hallway. I lept into action, and stood defiantly in front of the counselor. My declaration of “crew, get back to your stations immediately” was met with comments about … Continue reading

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Fluidity In Space: Chapter One

Our multi-generational ship has been cruising through space for three hundred years now. I suppose it’s fitting that I take on the role of captain on our tricentennial year. I am the first of my kind, after all. We’ve come … Continue reading

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Welcome

Welcome to the new blog that will be used to share stories and information related to transgender and mental health issues, and to offer hope to those who share in those struggles.  I’ve shared this blog with some of my friends, … Continue reading

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