Pretty accurate!After recently having a double mastectomy, I thought I would pass along some tips I’ve learned to other trans folks on what you may need before and after your chest surgery.
"you’re taking hormones, right?"
NATIVE YOUTH SEXUAL HEALTH NETWORK, North America (www.nativeyouthsexualhealth.com)
Campaign Titled: Healthy Sexuality and Fighting Homophobia: Native Youth Photography Project
About the Project:
This is the first national campaign for First Nations youth across Canada to fight homophobia and normalize healthy sexuality!
First Nations youth from across Canada came together in March 2010 to create a national campaign about sexuality and fighting homophobia. These are the images created from the campaign which can be utilized as posters, postcards, as well as community newspaper inserts for articles and awareness.
About the Organization:
The Native Youth Sexual Health Network (NYSHN) is a North-America wide organization working on issues of healthy sexuality, cultural competency, youth empowerment, reproductive justice, and sex positivity by and for Native youth.
The reclamation and revitalization of traditional knowledge about people’s fundamental human rights over their bodies and spaces, intersected with present-day realities is fundamental to our work.
We work within the full spectrum of reproductive and sexual health for Indigenous peoples.
THIS IS AWESOME
We get quite a few people who come to us explaining that they identify as neither male or female or feel both male and female and are concerned that they are the only ones that feel that way. Others come knowing that they aren’t the only ones out there that feel that way, but feeling alone and…
As a trans woman, one of the more common questions I tend to receive is “where are you at in your transition?” This is a difficult question - and I would like to take a moment to give a short PSA on the matter.
While it’s true that all trans* people are different, there is a…
Daily reminder that refusing to use a person’s correct pronouns because they’re “grammatically incorrect” is absolute bullshit.
If you think grammar is more important than a person’s comfort or well being, shut the fuck up, go sit in a corner, and think about your unfortunate personality.
You may recognize Laverne Cox as the breakout trans star from VH1’s I Want to Work for Diddy, but she’s found mainstream success more recently as Sophia, a transgender hairdresser in Jenji Kohan’s hit Netflix series, Orange Is the New Black.
Explaining the gender binary to an alien.
Sounds about right.