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.
Every step Sam has taken in their transition has been inspired by their partner. But all along, Sam has been a little… stubborn.
Featured Voices: Raye’s tale of the first time they wore a binder reveals why they’re afraid to wear it again, and also, why they’re not afraid of their chest the way it is.
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.
First Exactly three years, I started my first real job. Right at the very same time I started binding. The problem was that this job was in New York, and […]
Dysphoria can strike in different modalities: some of us experience physical discomfort with our bodies, while for others the distress is in social recognition of our gender.
It seems there’s a trend going around where people analyze and comment on the search terms which led inquiring minds to their blog. So I opened up my dashboard one […]
Last week I wrote a Binders Review post, where I reviewed the different binders I have used, and then had a small giveaway as an attempt to help others who […]
Given the interest in this topic, here’s the expanded blog post summarizing all my binding experiences, complete with pictures and giveaways! Just note that binding results are highly dependent not […]
(Because anything good always has seconds) Speaking of Seconds… A mere 7 days to go, 168 hours, 10,080 minutes, 604,800 seconds* (*approximations only) before I board a plane to my […]