This story has not gone how I thought it would. One month post op, my mind now clear of the influence of spironolactone and opiate pain medicines, the words are finally coming to me to talk about my experience with bottom surgery. I wondered what I would write. I looked
“Oh come on, try it.” She’d been trying to convince me for the last 5 minutes. Friends had gotten involved. I believe I must have been 14 or so at the time. Eventually, my friends held me in place and put the cursed concoction on my hands. I ran to
Dating exclusion and genital preferences are a broad and controversial topic, so get yourself a drink and get comfortable because we’re going to get real uncomfortable. It seems like folks are doing a lot of hand-wringing about whether it’s more or less obligatory to include trans folks in your dating
I think deeply about words. I love language. I respect it. And I believe that the descriptors “male” and “female” have outlived their usefulness in how we talk about sex and bodies. These are ancient words that have influenced civilizations, poems, governments, societies, and more. Their influence has not always
Don't Really Understand Trans Stuff?
If you’re like lots of folks I work with, you probably find learning about trans issues to be a little scary. There’s all this new vocabulary, and a lot of these ideas don’t make sense to you. It can all be very overwhelming.
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