We hear and see gender everywhere we are, and if you think about it, this starts way before we are born. When they find out they’re having a baby, they begin to plan based on the gender of the baby. If it is a boy, he needs to play sports, if it a girl, she … Continue reading Why Is Gender So Controlling?
Hosted by thatartsyreadergirl. March 17: Spring 2020 TBR (or fall, if you live in the southern hemisphere!) I just finished reading Not Your Sidekick (Sidekick Squad #1), and it was excellent with LGBT+ characters, which is a bonus. Looks like it’s a collection of poetry with an LGBT+ theme and African & African American Studies. Which as … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday/ Spring TBR
At the very start, we read about James which isn’t a widespread name for a girl which makes me think a bit of gender bender which of course I like; we see her unburying a time capsule that her old friend Kat and she have buried four years before and read the letters now that … Continue reading We Used To Be Friends by Amy Spalding
A few weeks was the day I was born but three years ago on that same day is when I came out to my mum as a trans man via a text because I knew she isn’t the letter type of person. You can imagine how I felt trying to write that text with my … Continue reading Misgendering
-Disclaimer all the opinions that I will talk about in this post are mine, and anything personal discussed by other members will not get repeated here or anywhere – Before I went to the event, the thought of going mixed with fear was at the back of my mind all week prior. That morning I … Continue reading My First Trans Meetup After Years!
I’m on the fence about putting my thoughts on the internet about this event since when it happened; I was a holiday, and I didn’t see any news which is a wrong move. When I came back, I was watching an interview with Antoni Porowski (from queer eye) while he was talking about this new … Continue reading The Polish LGBTQ+ Community Needs Our Help
I don’t really know where to start, so I guess I might as well start from the beginning. A few months, my endocrinologist ordered a bunch of blood tests to see if I still have Polycystic ovary syndrome. (Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a hormonal disorder common among women of reproductive age) And the reason … Continue reading Mental Health And Transition Update
The 7th of June (last month) I had a day off since in Malta it’s a public holiday here. Having said that I can’t remember why it’s a public holiday. I asked my friend if he wants to hang out and after joining me to the launch of TRANSformazzjoni. TRANSformazzjoni is a documentary by MGRM … Continue reading TRANSformazzjoni
What we don’t hear a lot about in the media is what LGBTQIA+ people whose countries don’t embrace or have equality laws go through. People in these countries are being thrown to jail and even killed in some cases, because of being who they are, and that’s where Rainbow Railroad comes in. Rainbow Railroad was … Continue reading Rainbow Railroad: Way To Freedom
Hey, the day you’re reading this I’m at the gender clinic waiting to meet my third endocrinologist, and I don’t think I ever gave my full story when it comes to hormones and endocrinologists and to do that I’m going to have to go back to the very start of everything. I believe that raw … Continue reading Endocrinologists And Hormones: Today Is The Day