I crossed 14 months of hormone replacement therapy last week and it has prompted me to look back at my transition so far.
Monthly Archives: June 2021
Reconsidering coming out at work
I started my new job this week and I am already fed up with hiding my gender transition. Doing so at this stage in my transition has proven to be both physically uncomfortable and emotionally taxing. Wearing a compression sports bra for 8 hours straight is painful and leaves me feeling sore by the endContinue reading “Reconsidering coming out at work”
A weird situation at my new job
I start my new job next week however I had to go in this week to sign some employment paperwork. This was supposed to be a quick visit, just sign the paperwork and leave, but it ended up being considerably more involved. During the visit, I ran into my future supervisor who wanted to introduceContinue reading “A weird situation at my new job”
I plan on coming out to more people and it is scary
Over the next 2-3 months, I plan to start coming out to more people in my personal life. I have internally debated the proper time to start telling more people throughout my transition (and before), and I am fairly set on slowly doing so over the next couple of months. While this is a decisionContinue reading “I plan on coming out to more people and it is scary”
Navigating a job offer with my gender transition
I received some very good news last week, I received and accepted a job offer. One small problem though, I didn’t tell them I was trans.
The unique cruelty of legislation targeting trans youth
The last few months have seen a massive wave of anti-transgender legislation focused on restricting the rights of trans kids. While often drafted and passed under the pretense of “protecting kids”, these bills are inflicting real and significant harm.