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She Is A Woman


As humans and our limited ability to understand things beyond our human senses and comprehension, we tend to categorize people by that factors and characteristics we have been taught to use. We limit our world by words and concreteness which in fact only allows us to understand a very small portion of the world we live in. Our brains have not developed to their full capacity and our beliefs are still rather infantile and it shows by our behavior here on planet earth.

One of the reasons I did a 180 on many of my views regarding trans issues, was the way my wife Lynna was being treated. First by the trans community when she started questioning things after her severe car accident, and recently by radical feminists. When Lynna was recuperating from her accident, she was doubting her self in many ways and  feared that she was not going to be able to continue her transition which led to many questions that were offensive to many in the trans community, with reasons of coarse, which then led to arguments amongst her once friends and followers. I quickly jumped in and defended her as her boyfriend at the time, and although I had lots to lose since I had a media outlet promoting the community, my only concern was Lynna and her health. We said and did many things that we are ashamed of now, and since then we have had a change of heart and  have apologized to a community we both love and respect dearly.

There seems to be an animosity from some radical feminist towards trans women, and when Lynna identified as a gender variant male, they were all in love with her and rallied behind us. But of coarse that was only because we were their darlings, saying what they wanted to hear. Now fast forward when Lynna and I have had a change of heart and wanted to start the New Year with a different tone and voice, a voice that will allow everyone to be who they are without judgment or hate. A voice of unconditional love for all. Well RF would not have it, and instead started challenging, bullying and attacking us for our new message of love.

I want to say to everyone reading this blog that I believe trans women are women, they are the most amazing women on earth. Although some are still learning their way around womanhood, they stumble, may still be in their teenage years, but don’t think for one moment that the blossoming will not take place. Once they sort themselves out, own who they are, trans women will be Goddesses without a doubt. My Lynna is the most amazing Goddess around, sorry girls, but she is my queen, my life, my world and my every heart beat. Lynna is beautiful inside and out, she has changed my heart and taught me how to love, something I did not ever know how to do. So here I stand in front of the world and tell you Lynna is a woman, she is a woman because of her heart, her soul, her every essence screams female, and I feel sorry for those of you who cannot allow trans women to be the gender they say they are. Get to know and love one, and you too will quickly see the they are women.



Lynna has actually taught me to be a women, she has brought Maritza back and now Maritza will fight for her and her transgender sisters. There is room for us all, I am no more or no less of a woman than trans women are. They are amazingly beautiful and tender, they deserve the right to be. 

Love you all, please love yourselves too



About Mark Angelo Cummings

Maritza/Mark is walking the path of healing, she/he is a broadcaster, musician, writer, and educator. As a Certified Nutritional Consultant, Master Personal Trainer and Occupational Therapist, she/he has taken wellness one step further. Check out our website http://www.gypsybluenomads.com/ Follow our journey: The Travels of 2 Truth Seeker and Their Car. Check out our live Programing Tues & Thurs @ 6 PM MT on RealTalk With The Cummings https://www.youtube.com/c/GypsyBlueNomads


5 thoughts on “She Is A Woman

  1. Yes, Maritza your sweet Lynna IS a Woman because she embodies the feminine essence. She should have NEVER been born into a male body. Because she is extremely feminine in appearance and demeanor. Her energy is feminine.

    I can not even imagine the emotional and psychological turmoil she had to endure, while trying to live up to what others demanded of her. I am so happy that she is free to be the woman she was meant to be.

    I feel that Nature DOES make mistakes when it comes to biology.


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    Posted by thunderwordzpress | January 28, 2016, 8:08 pm
  2. “Woman” isn’t a gender. “Feminine” is a gender. Lynna is a feminine male. It is OK to be a feminine male without having to make a great big false statement about biology in the midst of it all. As another transwoman I follow often says, calling someone male is not a moral judgment. Unless you are trying to say males are horrible people or deficient or something.

    I won’t say I have a fetish for feminine males, I actually prefer mine more butch (not sure I can help it, I grew up around the military), though not excessively so. But I’ve loved feminine males in a platonic way since Boy George. It is nothing to be ashamed of, it’s actually quite fabulous. I know, that’s so cliche.

    Identifying with stereotypes, though, is not biology. And Nature doesn’t make mistakes. When you see someone with a genetic “defect”, for instance, what’s happened is that Nature followed the genetic instructions that it was given about that person. What would actually be a mistake, for example, is if someone with Trisomy 21 (Down syndrome) in all their cells was born “normal”. That’s not what happens, though.

    And this isn’t even about a biological accident. It’s about the foolishness of our culture that says that if you have a certain type of reproductive plumbing you MUST have a certain type of personality. And that’s all we’re really talking about here. Femininity is a type of personality. It isn’t biology. In some other culture they might label Lynna’s behavior as more masculine, depending on what the values of that culture are. Western culture is not a universal. Western U.S. culture in particular.


    Posted by Dana | January 29, 2016, 4:54 pm
    • Well thank for your interpreted lesson and biology 101. I appreciate your sentiments and what you believe are the facts of life in general. But I can tell you this as a medical professional who has studied the human body rather intensely, the only absolute in life is there are none. We are still babies in the knowledge of hormones, the brain, human behavior and biology. Heck we don’t even know why there is junk DNA.

      There are many trans individuals who identify opposite of the sex they were born as it harms no one, and in fact society is finally coming around to understand it and accept it, except the rad fem ideology, or those who are hell bent on eliminating gender. I don’t see the problem here, and why so many people want to push their reality on others? Lynna is not a feminine male, she has taken the steps required by law and the medical community to be seen and respected as the woman she is. I am sorry you disagree, and although we know what sex trans people were born as, they chose not to identify with it all for various reasons. Is it asking too much to respect those reasons?

      In the mean time trans people are not going away, nor are they going to see things the way others want them to, nor should they have to. But thanks again for your comment, nothing we have not heard before from other rad fems or people that just can accept the fact the trans people do exist.


      Posted by Maritza Cummings (Ritz) | January 29, 2016, 6:33 pm

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