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 […]
In this Featured Voices theme, our guest authors share their Inspiration: the catalyst, the motivator, the fire behind a gender that doesn’t seem to exist in the world. For Alyx, inspiration […]
Every step Sam has taken in their transition has been inspired by their partner. But all along, Sam has been a little… stubborn.
Kameron had several close relationships throughout his young adulthood. Each friendship or partner led to a new breadcrumb about sexuality, gender, expression. It was through other people that Kameron was inspired to mold his own identity.
When Emma’s partner began transitioning, she scoured the internet for resources. However, all the articles about partners failed to mention the teamwork that goes into a relationship. This lack of support inspired Emma to take matters into her own hands.
A recollection of all the posts from last month’s Featured Voices theme: SOFFAs (significant others, friends, family, allies). And introducing next theme: Out at Work or School.
As Leah’s partner started transitioning, she began to delve into her own gender, redefining what femininity means to her.
What’s going on in the heads of two people in a relationship? A queer/genderqueer couple shares both of their perspectives.
Transition can suddenly envelop you in a whirlwind of choices. Yet as Cameron soon realized, those decisions weren’t only about him – his family, friends, co-workers, were all transitioning along with him.
Through previous romantic relationships, AJ learns what it means to be seen in their gender. But sometimes what it means to be a good or a bad partner isn’t so binary.