I’m looking for other transgender journalists who would be willing to talk about transitioning on the job or while looking for work. Thanks!
I’m moving to the Indianapolis area next month and was just wondering if there is any kind of active trans* community out there. I also wanted to know if anyone has any suggestions for trans*-friendly therapists or doctors (general practitioner and endocrinologist) in the area (northern…
I live in Evansville, Indiana, which is in the southern part of the state, but I see Dr. Ann Arno in Indianapolis for my T. She’s cool and knows her stuff. She’s with Glendale Family Medicine. I’ve been on T since November.
As far as an active Trans community, I don’t know. Good luck!
Don’t do that. If they are that size, they could very easily lead to back problems and other health problems. This should be enough for a doctor to do surgery. Also, even after puberty, breasts will grow or change size based on hormones, weight gain, etc. If you want to stab them off or something, that probably means you need to talk to a professional about having some surgery. I think a therapist would agree that taking care of this would go a long way to take care of the anxiety and other issues. Good luck.
While I’m just a genderqueer transmasculine, and so I don’t feel trans* enough to count most of the time, I’ve been getting more and more dysphoric over my chest.
I’m 21 and it feels like it’s still growing. This makes me want to stab it off with a knife even more than I want to anyway.
for the greater good of the Torchwood fandom’s viewing pleasure. In return, Jack offers each individuals a free meet-and-greet with a Weevil.
My names Adam. This is a picture of me 353 Days on T.
check out my blog: www.tumblr.com/t-and-cookies
I clicked on it and it said it couldn’t find the page. Am I doing something wrong?