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.
A new summer series featuring an assortment of medical providers working in transgender health. We want the community to push providers beyond the boundaries of their current education for the better.
Prohormones Growing up, I had always felt a little off. I simply didn’t share the interests of boyfriends, wedding fantasies, or fashion, switching early on from dresses and skirts to […]
Rejection. Angst. Curiosity. Acceptance. Grief. Unraveling their relationship with testosterone, Audley cycled through a rollercoaster process of emotions.
Caidin wasn’t planning on going on testosterone, but transition has a way of derailing even the most meticulous of planners.
Emory’s decision to go on T has been impacted their other medications and medical conditions.
Besides the variability of results and difficult finding a doctor, Jules has a major barrier in using T for transitioning: an autoimmune condition called Ulcerative Colitis.
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.
A closing summary of Featured Voices contributions from the previous theme, Inspiration.