In the past couple of days I have had three Zoom meetings to attend.
When the pandemic really began to spread of course, I had to learn all about Zoom. If you don’t know, it is an on line visual “meet up” with one or a group of people. Early on in the process, I learned the fear of facing myself on the computer screen for however long the session lasted.
To put it mildly, the results sent my gender dysphoria into a death spiral.
Over the years, I have been able to maintain a delicate balance on how my presentation is perceived versus how it is received in reality.
To be blunt, I thought I presented well during my meeting with my therapist and terrible in my second session.
Look, I know my strong point is I am transgender and like so many of us (cis women too) will never reach the beauty plateau of someone such as Laverne Cox.(below)
I will have to save all of that for another lifetime. Over the years, I have been so fortunate to have met many people who have accepted my true self.
In the meantime, I will have to concentrate on the positives to keep my gender dysphoria at bay.
Maybe then, I can put Zoom up on the scoreboard.