Dr. Acquaviva believes trans patients should not have to educate their providers. She uses her experiences as a cisgender lesbian social worker who is often misgendered to help her fellow providers competently care for transgender patients.
Thank YOU! The Live Q&A on Saturday was a success! You can always revisit the Q&A thread, and continue asking or answering in the comments. Among the questions asked were: […]
I’m hosting a Live Q&A on Sat Dec 17th in honor of my nonbinary community and supporters.
Those of us who can must keep fighting for those who can’t. And those who can’t must keep surviving to demonstrate how powerful inclusivity, compassion, and kindness can be.
I asked my readers “What articles, information, or resources would you like someone to create?” Here is the content you’d like to read more of about non-binary identities.
After a carefully administered survey, 528 of NN’s most devoted readers let their voices be heard. Here’s the grueling analysis that followed. You won’t believe the numbers!
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Highlighting some older writing, some of which I’m deeply embarrassed, some of which I’m still extremely proud of, and most of which I hope you’ll find to be an enjoyable companion in your gender journey.
I’ve been injecting testosterone into alternating thighs every two weeks for the past 3 years or so. Sometimes I wonder if it’s doing what it’s supposed to be doing because my dose is too low. Sometimes I wonder what’s it’s supposed to be doing in the first place.
Part 3 of Non-Binary Transition covers the details involved in Social, Medical, and Legal transition, focusing on the unique challenges faced by non-binary individuals. It also covers what providers can do to support their clients/patients in their practice, as well as a Bonus section featuring questions by participants.