Transgenders in Suburbia

Yesterday my husband and I went to a local hardware store to buy a small item.  The person behind the cash register looked like a woman but had the voice of a man.

She also had that awkwardness about her that you often notice when men or former men are taking on a female persona.

I have never seen a transgender person or a person of questionable sexuality behind a cash register in this area or anywhere really.

Maybe things really are changing for the better as far a tolerance and acceptance of those who don’t fit into the standard categories.



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