Anonymous asked: I LOVEEEE your page. I just wanted to kind of talk for a second. I admire your originality and your edginess. I am very jealous. I am in nursing school and I feel like I can't be myself because of the standards they have for nurses and for work these days. I crave to be able to be my own weird dark self and dress and look how I please. It bothers me everyday that I can't do these things. Do you have any advice for me?
Thank You very much for your kind words. Yes nursing is a profession that often isnt OK with alternative looks. But there are ways to gain the look and still be “professional”. If they are ok with piercings as long as you wear retainers. There are many wash out hair colors keep some blonde areas in your hair that you can play with whenever you want. Idk where you are but im on the east coast Boston area and they dont seem too uptight about tattoos. But a lot of places still are. Still even those can be hidden by clothes or makeup. Just find out what they are OK with and work with it. I know its not fair. I could care a less if my doctor was heavily pierced and/or tattooed. If my nurse had orange hair and stretched lobes. Like what does it matter? I find it more disturbing if my doctor is heavily tanned… like your gonna tell me what is wrong with me and you dont even know that tanning is a health hazard? But to each their own. Hope this helps. You are most welcome to come off anon… then perhaps I could help more iv worked in nursing homes and an independent care facility.
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Im trying to prove to my friend that a lot of people will accept him as the gender he is just as they would the gender he was born as. He is afraid to come out especially because he is a polysexual trans.