I'm 41 and lived in Fayetteville, Arkansas most of my life. I have an awesome roommate that I wouldn't trade for the world, a boyfriend that is my universe, and no they aren't the same person...LOL. My furry babies are Molly, 12 and Opal, 4.
I'm disabled, but consider myself a professional volunteer, as I work with several non-profit organizations. I'm the President of the Board for my local transgender organization, the consulting transgender member of my local Equality Center board of directors, and Regional Director for my state-wide transgender organization. I'm working to change how trans people are treated I the medical field, not only socially, but what medical procedures are appropriate for trans bodies as well. I cook a weekly Community Dinner at the Episcopal chapel where my office is located, and facilitate a peer group of trans men in my area.
I belong to a weekly knitting/crochet group where I have the distinguished pleasure to be the only guy, the youngest, and the one with the craziest hair. Thankfully, these ladies accept me just as I am.
I love to knit and crochet in general, but especially love to see "critters" come to life. Each one is handmade, so I can give them each a personality. It can be so much fun to see how different 2 critters can be, even when made by the same pattern, just by changing up the eye color, or which yarn is used to make the body.