|Living in New York for the past thirteen years Lee Penman has contributed to ‘Natural Bodybuilding and Fitness’, ‘Exercise For Men’, Musclesportmag.com and Bodybuilding.com. He is currently staff writer for the ‘doctors of…’ group and ifitfamily.com, Editor at http://www.kickasswomen.com, writer for RXmuscle.com, female muscle.com and also personal assistant to IFBB Pro Bodybuilder Colette Nelson MS CDE RD.|
Having lurked in the shadows of Tips For Trans Men for a year I have decided to step forward and start a bodybuilding section on this great site.
So I guess the first question you are asking is “What makes you qualified to do this?”….well allow me to give you some background…
Some Pre, During, Post Surgery Advice I Wish I Had
Most of the emails I get from readers are about top surgery, specifically the process of getting it, how to go about it when you're non-binary identified, (be it neutrois, genderqueer, agender, female, or unsure), how to look for the right surgeon, working through internal commotion as to whether getting surgery is the right step or not…
Young people living outside of gender norms are everywhere.
Whether in the process of transitioning from male to female or
vice versa; identifying outside boxes; or gender-nonconforming,
the spectrum of gender identities is more visible than ever before.
Serious legal and other obstacles abound, however, and these can
be especially daunting for young people who are transgender or
gender-nonconforming (TGNC). The challenges of changing one’s
name, finding access to hormones or enduring police brutality, for
instance, demand a distinctly adult set of skills and can take their
toll on a young person.
Via Android Pit
Testosterone shots must be done on a regular basis. Yet, many FtM’s miss the day of their injection.
Testo Memo allows transmen (transgender, transsexuals, FtX, etc.) to no longer forget the day of their testosterone injection!
You just need to enter the latest day on which you did your shot and the interval (in days) between two shots. You will receive a notification a few days before your next shot. Once this is done, the date of your next shot will be computed for you!
There are no rules to how long you should be on HRT. It all depends on your preference and needs. If you have a doctor talk to them about what you want out of HRT and be aware of the changes that will return to the state they were before HRT.