My own story with top surgery is of great personal significance: it’s where my journey started 5 years ago.
I’ve been injecting testosterone into alternating thighs every two weeks for the past 3 years or so. Sometimes I wonder if it’s doing what it’s supposed to be doing because my dose is too low. Sometimes I wonder what’s it’s supposed to be doing in the first place.
Part 3 of Non-Binary Transition covers the details involved in Social, Medical, and Legal transition, focusing on the unique challenges faced by non-binary individuals. It also covers what providers can do to support their clients/patients in their practice, as well as a Bonus section featuring questions by participants.
Part 2: What is Transition? Learn a new framework for your transgender journey.
Non-Binary Transition workshop is available online. Watch the video or read the slides.
Non-Binary Transition workshop is available online. Part 1: What is Gender?
Watch the video or read the slides.
Four and a half years post-op, I’ve compiled all the questions about my top surgery in one neat post.
Video update in which I talk about being on low dose testosterone for over 3 years.
One of the most commonly repeated phrases / acknowledgments / pieces of advice / soundbites of justification that we hear as transgender people is “Be Yourself.” But how do you know who “Yourself” is when that is exactly what you’re searching for?
Another year, another milestone. For archival, informational, nostalgic purposes, go back to my 2 Year mark, and my progress after the 1st Year. If you’re new here, check out the top […]
Breaking down 5 common myths about non-binary transition.