The year is 2020. I was born in 1988. On the day I was born, doctors and medical staff observed my body and
I think when we talk about transition we often talk about our bodies and not nearly enough about our mental health. I have dysphoria, dysmorphia, and PTSD. These three combine in some really troubling ways that can cripple my relationships and my life. Every year my symptoms reach their peak
Apple is Intertwined with My Story as a Trans Woman. I’ve been an Apple user from the moment I was old enough to make choices about my media and computer usage. My first device was an iPod nano, gifted to me by my father. It only got worse. Even earlier
The Trump administration recently released guidance on how to spot transgender women to make it easier to discriminate against us. I won’t bother repeating the details or linking to that here, instead for the people who run women’s spaces like shelters, clubs, and so on I want to offer you
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.
So to help you get started, every two weeks I offer a NO COST 90 minute session to help you get the basics down.