Dr Scott Mosser has established himself as one of the top surgeons in the transgender community. But how did he come to do this work when not a lot of doctors are doing it?
Four and a half years post-op, I’ve compiled all the questions about my top surgery in one neat post.
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 […]
A basic primer on physical transition options for transgender male-assigned-at-birth people who identify as neutrois, agender, androgyne, genderqueer, non-binary, or are simply seeking physical neutrality and/or nullification.
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.
It’s been a year since I put up pictures of my chest for the world to see. And it’s hard to believe that it’s been only 2 years since there […]
Cramps In Spanish – at least the Mexican Spanish that I speak – there are three words to describe three distinct types of cramps. “Dolor de caballo” – or literally, […]
Given that in the last post I quickly glossed over the fact that I have a major surgery scheduled in less than a week, I wanted to address a few […]