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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