My name is Sunny. I am shy, conservative, romantic and difficult to approach.
I am a college student, and I was living simply and waiting for love...until it decided to hit me with a two-by-four in the face.
This blog will, hopefully, capture my adventures as I traverse the dating world with a bisexual, polyamorous FTM transgendered boy who dabbles in porn and sex education, and whose life has been much more eventful than my own.
Because I am not with just any trans man - I am dating Vic Hunt.
I hope to give my own perspective of the LGBTQ community, coming from someone who loves a member and is learning the ropes.
Feel free to ask me questions, and I'll do my best to answer them.
Go to drbeaverboy.com to see Vic Hunt's current work!
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I’ve been crazy busy for a while, and haven’t been posting almost at all. I have my reasons.
One of those reasons is happening next week! I am directing a performance of The Vagina Monologues - and our shows are next Friday!
After that I should be back soon. :)
Let me know if you’re interested in coming to see a performance!
I’m having a rough time with life right now. I’m busy in a way that I have never been busy before: I literally have scheduled something almost every waking hour every day of the week. It means that I look at my wreck of a room and want to cry; it’s so messy, but I don’t have the time to pick it up. I hit the ground running when I moved back in for the semester, and never got settled in. I’m wearing dirty clothes from the hampers, pulling things off the floor, and finding papers everywhere.
So, I’m stressed. And last night I told him. And though last night he said exactly what I didn’t want to hear, today he made me realize one of the many reasons I love him.
Because he’s just so damn cute. And thoughtful. And amazing.
8:19 AM, Text: “Sending love, hope, and peace your way.”
9:13 AM, IM: “Woof! Distraction”
12:59 PM, Text: “I love you.”
2:17 PM, Voicemail: “You are my sunshine, my only sunshine, you make me happy when skys are grey! You’ll never know dear, how much I love you, so please don’t take my sunshine away.”
5:56 PM, Email: “Pics from Our Sunday morning tea.”
9:16 PM, Text: “Thinking of you.”
9:42 PM, Email: “You are the direction of the universe that I want to know everything about.”
10:00(ish) PM, Blog Post: “…I love her so much and sometimes I wonder if I keep on asking myself these questions because I’ll never really have the answers, I’ll never really have the words to describe her, the words to explain who she is, deep down. I’m learning to write volumes on it now, in my head, but it’s because I know her, and I want to know her...”
10:29 PM, Text: “I was just writing you a dirty text message and saying you should call me…”
This does not include the multiple conversations and sometimes not even the full amount of what was said.
Sometimes I feel like I don’t deserve this. What did I do to merit such love? Nothing, really. He makes me feel special. He makes me feel loved. When I am with him, I am confident and beautiful and knowledgable and nurturing and learning and living and whole.
He makes my days shine.
Okha/Amber in Bloodhound, by Tamora Pierce
She has always been one of my favorite authors. Every time I reread her novels, I am stunned by the complex portrayal of gender and sexuality that she adds to young adult books. Though they are not centered around sexuality, her books focus on heroines who understand other people and promote tolerance and empathy.
Go see Vic Hunt’s second lesson: Sexual Orientation: It’s more complicated than it seems!
To watch (it starts at 8:05) go to this chat room:
To read his blog go to:
Check it out!