9 & 10 Months On Testosterone


Check out my 9 & 10 months on testosterone update, talking about my changes & frustrations with my Boy-Brows! =P 





Hello 2018 !

Photo by Amoroso Films (c) copyright Amoroso Films 2017


H A P P Y  N E W   Y E A R! 

#2017 you have been good to me. 
For that I am grateful! Thank You 

* The year I got back into acting after a year break to focus on my transition & getting my health back in shape. I reached big mile stones in my transition, finally starting testosterone, legally changing my name! 
* I have been completely blessed with incredible opportunitys, both within my career & on a personal level. I couldn't have planned it even better if I tried!! 
* I have be surrounded by people that love me, and support me which at points has moved me to tears because I can not believe how great things are turning out after a really low time throughout most of 2016! 
2018 you beauty, I am ready for ya! 
May you all have a beautiful year, I hope you all find whatever your heart craves most & that you say yes to those new adventures, say no to the things that don't add value to your life and that you strive to be happy what ever that means to you and above all be kind. 


How To Legally Change Your Name


  Step By Step Guide To legally changing your name and UK passport.  
Watch The video & Feel free to ask me any questions. Just Press Play. =) 



Being A Man Festival 2017 + Brand New Spoken Word Video

Cairo Nevitt (c) Copyright 2017
BEING A MAN FESTIVAL 2017
 Its been a inspirational weekend at the SouthBank Centre's 
Being A Man Festival 2017,  I was honoured to be on the More Than Male: Sex, Identity and Masculinity panel. As well as mentoring young boys and take part in their 'Human library session'  
All the workshops and talks at the Southbank banks centre BAM   Festival weekend were really powerful. After hearing live Q & A's discussing many issues that men face in todays society, including addressing male suicide rates, toxic masculinity, as well as celebrating men, and fathers and positive male models. 

I believe,  like many other men who took part in this year Being a man festival, that its important to keep these positive, honest  conversations going.  As well as redefining what makes a man. 

What Makes A Man// Spoken Word:




Cairo Nevitt (C) Copyright 2017
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Instagram: @Cairo_Leon 

I Got My New Passport!

                                    
 Watch the first time I saw my new passport with correct name + gender on it!  

Today is a huge step forward in my transition! =) 


FTM 8 Months On Testosterone Update Vlog!

                                                                     Video Below :


Thank you, for watching my 8 months Testosterone video &  8 Months and it feels good! XD If you wish to help me share my Top Surgery Fundrasing page please follow this link: http://bit.ly/2ho5Ee4

#MeToo



I have stalled alot for many reasons, however having presented as a woman most of my life; of course #MeToo. Too many times and in different situations. Too many women in some form or another have. Sexual assault or hassment shouldn't be apart of womenhood. Sadly when I hear all these stories, I feel like now days, it is. It really shouldn't be. Worse of all 9/10 times women are not taken seriously and get pinned with shame & being made to feel they are to blame! 

Something needs to change... I shouldn't have to change my gender to finally be able to walk down the road in peace. (without be harassed by men on a daily basis.) & It never mattered how I dressed. 

It's only now that I am starting to be read as male, that I am left alone (most times) but even the other day on the tube, it was what 8pm and these drunk guys keep trying to talk to me, shouting down the carriage trying to get my attention, even when ignoring them, headphones on, they just shouted louder 😑 (Like I looked the most masculine I have ever looked and still same shit.) 


We live in a world where we have normalised disrespecting women. We have confused alot of guys with this sense of entitlement and that doesn't sit right with me. Also now living as man, or even before just being attracted to women, I am responsibility for my own actions. Period. Even with high levels of testosterone blah blah blah, let me repeat: I Am Responsible For My Own Actions. Don't get what the 'confusion' or passing the blame is about?! How could it ever be someone elses fault. For no other type of assault, could you get away with playing the 'blame the victim card'. 

Also for the men who are saviours, I acknowledge you. I believe you. But for the guys that just want to crack jokes and take all this lightly...nah, you need to sort yourself out mate! I want better for women. I want better for men. 

And no, not all men behaviour this way. Sadly though, a lot do. Like just having basic respect, really it aint that hard guys! I do believe that men can be better, and do not have to act in those ways. 

Actually in one really bad situation, wont get into it, but my actual saviour was a stranger, a kind man who got me home safe. I want more guys to be like him! I want girls to go out and have each others back! I want other Co-workers to speak up if they witness things they know is not right. I want bosses not to abuse thier power. I want women to not get groped at festivals or in clubs. I want a world where women can walk down the road and feel safe or without being objectified, Like that's not much to ask!  I want men to go back and find basic manners, make better choices and take responsibility for there actions. Anyway, I really could go on, believe me! but said my piece.