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Understanding Transgender Identity

Identity plays a crucial role in a person’s life journey. A person’s identity also determines how society perceives them. And that is why it’s so difficult for transgender people to be able to work out even the most basic needs of life – dating, relationships and a job. It’s hard to imagine that even in the 21st century;...

Beautiful Transgender Brides

Committing the entirety of your life to a partner is something many people strive for, regardless of gender and orientation. While some might call it an outdated tradition, or criticize the patriarchal background that the custom carries, at the end of the day, marriage can also be a powerful step for a relationship. For...

HRT — Hormone Replacement Therapy

Hormone Replacement Therapy: All you need to know about Hormone Replacement Therapy. In our last videos, we covered how to start an MTF transition, and as we promised, in this video we will explain to you what is Hormone Therapy and what are the necessary requirements to undergo such a...

My Family Would Not Accept My Trans Partner

It can be stressful and discouraging when your family members don’t accept the love of your life for being transgender. Whether you have decided to open up about your status or you want to stand up for the transgender community, dealing with family members, especially parents, can be hard. While it may be difficult to talk...

Relationship Between Transgender People

Relationship partners of transgender-identified individuals have distinctive couple-related experiences that are important to understanding. The “Organizational Diversity” field concentrates studies on the experiences of groups that are different from the archetypal male, white, heterosexual, cisgender, able-bodied and western worker....

Surviving in The Society Transgender MTF

Transgender MtF (male to female) refers to a person who was AMAB—assigned the gender “male” at birth. This is mainly because they have a male body. However, they identify as female and want to be referred to as "she" because they realized while growing up that they were females, and is transitioning to life as a woman. This is...

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