Our resident trans agony uncle is back at it again, answering all your most burning questions about transgender folks!
Wingardium Levio— oh no you didn’t! JK Rowling doubled down on her transphobic comments. While disappointing, it does reveal a lot about transphobic logic.
Nothing could have prepared me for the differences between being perceived as a woman in society to being seen as a man, especially as a queer man.
Here's a radical idea: You can be trans without having gender dysphoria. Heck, trans folks can even have something called “gender euphoria” instead!
With detransition either being ignored by the trans community or used as a weapon against them, detransitioners are sadly often caught in the crossfire.
Coming out is meant to be an activity to reclaim your public image. But people often underestimate how repetitive coming out can be.
In this callout culture, It's easy to scare off well-meaning curious folks. So in an effort to turn the tides, I'll answer all your most burning questions!
In this article, I hope to help demystify some boring day-to-day experiences about being a transmasculine person for trans people and allies.