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Celebrating 6 years on testosterone

A couple days ago, I celebrated six years since the beginning of my physical transition. A lot of things have changed since 2016. Not only in terms of how my body has ever increasingly felt more like my own, but also in how the world is treating trans people. Cis society has long looked downFortsätt läsa ”Celebrating 6 years on testosterone”

TERF author admits she does not care about trans people’s well-being

//CW: transphobia, bigotry, TERFS being TERFS// TERFs tell many, many lies. They say everybody who transitions really regrets it, that it doesn’t cure dysphoria, that HRT hurts your health etc. Many of those lies are told with the pretence of wanting to help, of being the only people who will tell you the truth. AllFortsätt läsa ”TERF author admits she does not care about trans people’s well-being”

A retrospective and some advice for newly out and younger trans people

//Content warning: transphobia, depression, suicidal ideation// When I look back at my life, I have one major regret: that I didn’t transition earlier. I learned what trans meant at 15, back in 2005. I didn’t come out before 2014 and, because my country’s trans health care is slow as all hell, I didn’t start myFortsätt läsa ”A retrospective and some advice for newly out and younger trans people”

The unhelpful common trans narrative – and why it’s hindering further acceptance

I’d like to start this post with a thought experiment. If you are right-handed (or the opposite if you are left-handed), imagine that you lived in a world where less than 1% of the world was. Your whole life you were scolded every time you used the hand that felt natural to you. People toldFortsätt läsa ”The unhelpful common trans narrative – and why it’s hindering further acceptance”