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Roanoke Colony Revealed?  Prof Finds The Mysterious Colony's Capital

Roanoke Colony Revealed? Prof Finds The Mysterious Colony's Capital

Commented May 7, 2012 at 01:31:21 in College

“USA... Oregon.
the photo with the very enhanced view of what is under the patch ... just to the right is an eye shape...below that is a mouth shape. clear as a bell to me...??”
Roanoke Colony Revealed?  Prof Finds The Mysterious Colony's Capital

Roanoke Colony Revealed? Prof Finds The Mysterious Colony's Capital

Commented May 6, 2012 at 19:01:04 in College

“in the 3rd and 4th photograph of the slide show the shape does not look like a fort to me... is this a common way forts were represented? Also...there is pretty clearly the profile of a man's face to the right of the 'fort'... I wonder if that was intended to be covered up as well?”

CommonSense456 on May 6, 2012 at 19:31:58

“P.S. what country are you from?”

didy8369 on May 6, 2012 at 19:19:12

“I looked, and I have to say, I do not see what you're seeing :-(”
The Real Me

The Real Me

Commented May 13, 2012 at 16:10:29 in College

“Sarah, your description of your inner turmoil brought back such memories. I am 61 and transitioned 15 years ago...finally. From my era, with no blogs or ANY kind of social acceptance, you might imagine the 40 years or so I repressed my inner knowledge were only bearable as you say by imagining how it might be to be female. In spite of this inner distraction, I achieved much...produced two lovely boys... and a stellar career. After transition, my career only continued upward with challenging and rewarding roles. I have found love and acceptance everywhere in the world and I know you will too with your great self confidence and attitudes. And the 'all about me" comments are just so off base... sure, it is deeply absorbing for a while as you learn to cope societally in the new gender....but very soon it is just being a regular person in normal society and living every day just as most everyone else does, without the divided mind. Good luck dear.....”

saturnia3 on May 21, 2012 at 19:24:33

“Has anyone ever found "love and acceptance everywhere in the world?" Genetic women suffer from depression and eating disorders far more than men. I am Trans. Like most people, I do not wake up to a Walt Disney wonderland of love and acceptance. There are times I have to do the laundry (has anyone mentioned that estrogen makes you cry more?) As far as being a father and then transitioning, I am sorry. But mothers carry their children to term for 9 months, often with life threatening complications. Let's get real. The acceptance thing is an adrenaline rush that lasts only so long. Then it's time to face the real world.”