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HRT for Genderqueers

Discussion in 'Gender Identity and Expression' started by justine16, Nov 30, 2015.

  1. justine16

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    In the future, I want to pursue MTF HRT. Is this something that a lot of genderqueer people do? Is this something that any genderqueer people do?
     
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    Yup, there are non-binary/genderqueer people who persue HRT.
     
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    There's a lot. Anyone can go on hormones if they need to, regardless of their gender.
     
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    Yeah, there are plenty of genderqueer/non-binary/gender variant people who pursue HRT or various methods of transition!

    Micah of Neutrois Nonsense wrote an excellent article about non-binary transition, if that's something you'd like to look at! 5 Myths About Non-Binary Transition | Neutrois Nonsense
     
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    Absolutely :slight_smile: Which I think is really great, it wasn't like that at all when I first started.

    Do read up thoroughly on what hormones are and what they do. Most of the changes are internal. Like any medicine, if it's making things worse instead of better, you have to be prepared to stop.

    But thankfully, if you do have to stop, that's a heck of a lot easier than it was when I first started out as well. I am really happy with the way things are going :grin: