Caidin wasn’t planning on going on testosterone, but transition has a way of derailing even the most meticulous of planners.
A Lion’s Fears In 2009, Aydian Dowling launched his YouTube channel Alionsfears. He began documenting his own transition as a way to voice his thoughts, fears, and successes. Through his videos he connected with the […]
Another year, another milestone. For archival, informational, nostalgic purposes, go back to my 2 Year mark, and my progress after the 1st Year. If you’re new here, check out the top […]
It’s not about “passing” (whatever that means), it’s not about a “successful” transition (whatever that looks like) or a “complete” transition (life is never complete). It’s simply a spectrum of who you tell about your trans status. And as a non-binary person, I still wield the power of disclosure. It just took me a while to realize this.
As I envision the person I’ll become in 5, 10, 25, or even 45 years, I’m certain everything about me will change, including my gender – how I feel about it, how I look, how others see me. Being trans is a lifelong condition, just another part of being human.
Binding can be a pain, both physically and emotionally, but it can also bring great relief. To bind effectively, it’s important to understand the options out there.
This final article in this 3-part series about hysterectomies for transgender people of all identities. It addresses the two biggest concerns that come up during the process, and specific steps to take towards making this a reality for you.
This 3-part series dissects all aspects of a hysterectomy, specifically covering the needs and questions of transpeople who are interested in the procedure. Part 2 addresses pro’s and con’s as well as misconceptions.
This 3-part series dissects all aspects of a hysterectomy, inclusively covering the needs and questions of transpeople of all identities who are interested in this procedure.
LGBTQIA Reading List LGBTQIA Books Being the curious cat (or mouse) that I am, my mind has ingested its fair share of books, ranging from theories of cultural evolutionary psychology […]