The custodial door

Here it is, finally!  Photographic proof that my name plate finally arrived the way I want it, after many delays and a mix-up.  If you want to read about the backstory, here are two past posts:

From December:  The “Mx.” got way delayed

From last January:  I came out at work, cont’d

The short version is that I asked for the Mx. a year and 3 months ago, following my legal name change.  A full year passed before anything happened, and it came through as Kameron [last name], which was not what I wanted.  So I talked to the principal again, and luckily, she was pliable.  A month ago, I saw a name plate in the admin. assistant’s trash (only because I empty her trash), that said, Ms. [last name].  Meaning, that Staples messed it up even though it got submitted the way I wanted it.  Another week passed (during which time I was wondering if I’d have to check back in with the admin. assistant or not.  Glad I just waited.) and, finally, there it was, on the custodial door.

!!!!!


8 Comments on “The custodial door”

  1. Shawn512 says:

    Congrats Kameron!! That is awesome! It must feel really cool to have won this little battle.

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  2. Yay! I’m so happy they kept at it and got things right for you!

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  3. Hey Kameron, I love your blog so I nominated you for the Liebster award! Check it out…

    selfmadeoriginality.wordpress.com/2018/03/06/the-liebster-award-v2/

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  4. Lurm says:

    Hi Kameron, I came across your blog a couple months ago and have found it really inspiring. You’ve had quite a journey. Thanks for sharing your story so that people like me can connect with it. And keep fighting/winning your battles!

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    • janitorqueer says:

      Hey Lurm, Thanks so much for the kind words! I checked out your site too – your art is awesome! If you don’t mind me asking, did you build your own website on your own? Looks awesome!

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