What if there were doulas for health care? E. Kale Edmiston envisioned The Trans Buddy Program to help trans people access health care by pairing them with peer advocates. When navigating a system that so often leaves you out, having someone there who understands your needs can go a long way.
Mere’s education to become a Gender Specialist, Social Worker, and clinical researcher was intertwined with their own path to discovering their trans non-binary identity.
Allie’s eyes were opened to the intricacies and realities of trans health after a student-patient partnership allowed her to connect with a transgender patient for the first time.
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 series featuring trans patients and medical providers working in transgender health.
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.
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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.