When considering hormones, there can be high variability in terms of individual goals, bodies, needs, risks, and reactions. I get a lot of questions from readers that I can’t always answer, so I reached out to Dr Kevin Hatfield for insight.
fluffy talks about their experience with lower surgery as a male-assigned agender person.
“Knowing all the terminology and medical facts does not a perfect transition make.” In this Featured Voices, Max walks us through the ups and downs of questioning gender identity: internal doubts, navigating hesitant doctors, imperfect options for hormones, and finding peace.
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.