Zak: I don’t know how I’ll feel in the future, but right now I am at a point where I feel I am still transitioning but have entered a different stage in my transition. Adrian and I have kind of discussed feeling “post transition” in some of our youtube videos, and I guess I would label the stage I’m in as “post transition” in the sense that my physical transition is no longer a large part of my life. However, I’m still transitioning socially and emotionally and think I will be for a long time (this might never stop). Although my body is still changing, my changes have slowed down significantly to a point where they aren’t really noticeable anymore. The big noticeable things in my life are how I’m defining my masculinity now, how I’m adjusting to socializing as male, deciding how stealth or out I want to be, things like that. They are just different challenges than what I faced before, but they are still issues that are a part of my life because of my transition. Maybe in 10 years I’ll feel differently, but still maybe not. I know there are ways that my transition will affect my future that will ensure that I’ll still be thinking about it. I know it will bring unique concerns when I’m on the job market again, when I have a child, and when I move to a new place and have to decide if I’m going to be out to my new friends. I don’t think my transition will ever disappear, but as things get settled in I find it is a much smaller part of my life. I’m sure this is different for everyone. Hope that answers your question.