Caidin wasn’t planning on going on testosterone, but transition has a way of derailing even the most meticulous of planners.
Jamie critically examines the significance of top surgery: “I love my chest, but I don’t want to be defined by it or judged for it.”
Emily is comfortable in their breasted body, and uses this to challenge society’s norms about what is shameful, obscene, or beautiful.
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.
After four years of hopping onto this transgender train, I’ve learned a lot about the world of gender and the world in general.
Thanksgiving was last week here in the US. Since it was low key this year at my household I didn’t bother dressing up; instead, I dressed up this week! All […]
Fashion Friday My friend Zak from Art of Transliness asked me to do a Fashion Friday post for their new weekly series. Well, if there’s anything I like more than […]
As I mumbled to the good doctor over at Dimensions “and one more thing I want that prescription please” she chuckled. She probably wasn’t laughing at me… actually maybe she […]
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.
FTM vs FTN Most FTM’s eagerly anticipate changing their appearance in one basic way: facial hair. But I’m not FTM, I’m FTN, meaning hair in places other than my head […]