Saturday, February 20, 2021

TPT#323 - The Gender Is Baked In

After over seven years of transition, the ways gender affects our interactions often now function as "background noise", but sometimes we have cause to pay attention to them. Being on "staycation" in absence of our annual pilgrimage to the shrine of Doctor Who gave us a few of those opportunities.

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Saturday, February 6, 2021

TPT#322 - Don't Answer That

George's reaction to his second COVID-19 shot is making him rather miserable, but he still found time to sit down and talk a while about our recent experiences with the gynecologist, with exceedingly cisgender clients, and with the adult children of friends seeking relationship advice.

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Saturday, January 23, 2021

TPT#321 - It's Going To Be Uncomfortable

George finally got back to the gynecologist, and it was as much of an adventure as one would expect.

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Saturday, January 9, 2021

TPT#320 - Does That Mean We're Doing It Right?

Many trans folks struggle to engage with their sense of adulthood when their adolescence was full of the "wrong" milestones. Many folks who grew up with trauma struggle to fully experience their sense of adulthood when they were engaging with responsibilities much earlier than many of their peers. We, as parents, struggle with both of these challenges while also trying to raise future adults.

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Saturday, December 26, 2020

TPT#319 - Now We Can Relax

When we scheduled our holiday celebrations early, we expected to be done with holiday stress early... which means we can get back to our normal un-holiday stress. George is preparing to go to the gynecologist, and that has caused him to pay more attention to other trans guys' online discussions of body dysphoria.

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Saturday, December 12, 2020

TPT#318 - Tangents and Rabbit Trails

George got his blood work, and with fewer moments of cringe than last time. Then he got an email that made his blood boil, but he is on "vacation" right now (using up leave time before it dissolves at year-end) so he's got time to chill.

Strongbad Emails are from the website Homestar Runner, at homestarrunner.com.

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Saturday, November 28, 2020

TPT#317 - Picture is Unrelated

 Festivus is almost a month away, but we have some grievances to air. George's testosterone is still difficult to obtain, then he got postal mail for his deadname from a university he attended NOT under that deadname. Jess has hard side-eye for Discovery's writers about unburying their queers again, and also for the "catering" service that didn't bother to heat their food before handing it off for Thanksgiving.

Picture is unrelated at knowyourmeme.com/memes/picture-unrelated.

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Saturday, November 14, 2020

TPT#316 - Disassembly Line

Between Child#2's quarantine after potential COVID-19 exposure, and George's experience processing ballots for the election, life keeps moving along as George keeps noticing other short guys with less-angular features.

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Saturday, October 31, 2020

TPT#315 - How To Work A Zoom

As George was considering a potential promotion opportunity, he was also considering how his still-new-and-strange male privilege affected that prospective interview. Jess, on the other other hand, was considering how being out about their genderqueer status would make office interactions different in a potentially emotionally charged situation. We're both still working remotely, so that adds another layer of oddity to the entire situation, but we're making the best of it as we are able.

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Saturday, October 17, 2020

TPT#314 - The Next Right Thing

Going to the doctor for "preventative maintenance" is usually a good idea, whether it's the flu shot or the gynecologist. Voting is also good "preventative maintenance" for our government, it doesn't solve all the problems but it can help prevent more problems.

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