Another year has passed since I’ve been on testosterone and–wow–a lot has happened, so bear with me. Hair I have a stomach pelt, sideburns, chin scruff, and a shitty mustache, which I keep at 5 mm unless I’m feeling lazy. Of course I want a
IF YOU’RE a woman, you’re a woman. Who cares what other people think?” My ex avoided my gaze. “It doesn’t really work that way.” The conversation with my ex was mostly exasperating. She transitioned before I did, and I didn’t understand her at the time.
When I dated my ex-girlfriend, she was identifying as male. She told me when she was in her teens her father had innocently exposed himself to her on several occasions, in normal father-son behavior, such as when they urinated together or changed in locker rooms.
A few years ago I made acquaintances with a man who professed to having a very low emotional register. To fully understand what he was feeling he had to listen to music, otherwise he didn’t know. My first reaction to this information was confusion–how could
I’m a transman–1.5 years on hormones, and a couple months post top surgery and hysterectomy (please forgive the bandages). I’m not planning on getting lower surgery in the next year or two, so I wanted a product that would make me feel more comfortable in
In the beginning of transitioning, my doctor gave me some of the best wisdom. She said that some things about my transition would be easier than I thought, and some would be harder. I didn’t think choosing my own name would be difficult, but once
I have Bipolar I Disorder, which basically means I’ve had one or more full blown manic episodes as well as depression. I also suffer from mixed states, and about once a year I have hypomania (not quite mania). Definition: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hypomania My hypomania can be triggered
On this day of the eighth of July, in 2016, at 0938, as sworn by Judge Wyatt, I am officially Bennett Alexander Brock, male. Since last March, I have been on HRT, and I have had two gender confirming surgeries. I have no immediate plans
There are trans people who from the minute they could talk knew they were born in the wrong body. Jazz Jennings and Nicole Mains come to mind. While I’ve identified with being trans for about two years, it’s clear I’ve been living it my entire