Sun, 16 January 2011
Gendercast Episode 2:
The Hormone and Surgery Dilemma
Our discussion and information about the options and decisions around taking hormones, having surgery, natural tranisitoning and challenging the binary from a no/ho, no/op transmasculine genderqueer identity.
Jiz lee’s discussion regarding genderqueer identity and decision not to take hormones nor have any kind of surgery and more tools to challenge the binary by Motivated Grammar the use of they/them as a singular pronoun.
Hormone and surgery information/guides:
Sean’s youtube site (many links here) to hormone and surgery info.
Hormone guides and what you should know:
The Hudson Guide is a primary resource and Wikipedia has info on hormone replacement therapy. We also found Gender Outlaw's blog on cypionate and enanthate testosterone very informative as well as The Gender Center Inc has kits and fact sheets for FTM's. Here is the info on Nebido (another kind of testosterone available Europe that we mentioned. If you want to know more about home delivery and Hudson's info on compound pharmacies, here are two we know of: Strohecker's Pharmacy and ApothéCure.
What kind of changes does T therapy bring? (From Hudson Guide)
The following masculinizing effects can be expected as a result of testosterone therapy. These effects may take several months to be noticeable, and will continue to develop over a period of years.
Sun, 2 January 2011
Gendercast Episode 1:
The Gender Conundrum
Books we Referenced:
Wikipedia has the horrible definition of gender (Better definition we used is from Genderqueer: Voices From Beyond the Sexual Binary, see above)