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.
Rachel Lynn Golden, a clinical psychologist, lays out a plan a provider or parent can follow to have a sex positive talk with teens across the gender and sexuality spectrum.
Sarah turned to social media to find a trans-friendly provider, and realized what a difference having someone competent in trans health can make.
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.
Prohormones Growing up, I had always felt a little off. I simply didn’t share the interests of boyfriends, wedding fantasies, or fashion, switching early on from dresses and skirts to […]
Rejection. Angst. Curiosity. Acceptance. Grief. Unraveling their relationship with testosterone, Audley cycled through a rollercoaster process of emotions.
Caidin wasn’t planning on going on testosterone, but transition has a way of derailing even the most meticulous of planners.
Emory’s decision to go on T has been impacted their other medications and medical conditions.
Besides the variability of results and difficult finding a doctor, Jules has a major barrier in using T for transitioning: an autoimmune condition called Ulcerative Colitis.
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: […]