As a woman, always listen while making eye contact which is something men generally don’t do. Nod often with your head while maintaining the eye contact. Observe how men often do not maintain eye contact OR use an open smile. Hillary Clinton is a good example when she is listening to another. Her head nods up and down continually! Watch, …Read More »
What Shape Of Breast Form Should I Purchase?
Lets review the many options for shape, size, and quality. Nothing can enhance a women’s fashion better than a nice shape; and breast, lets face it, are synonomous with feminine. These days there are a lot of choices when trying to choose a pair of breast forms to provide you with the best effect. So let’s first review the styles: …Read More »
Transgender Youth at Risk
No one wants to go to the doctor, right? Studies indicate that young people especially do not seek health care unless they are sick or in crisis. Of course, these studies usually describe only a certain segment of young people – namely those with homes, with families, in school, and not gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender (GLBT) identified. Strangely, these …Read More »
What is FTM?
The border between intersex (hermaphrodites) and transsexuals is very fluent. In fact it can be argued that both are two sides of the same phenomena: during the early devellopment of the fetus the body develloped in a nonstandard way, making it difficult for third persons to guess the gender of the baby after birth. In the FTM case a child …Read More »
Transformations of the Foremost Noblewoman
The society of Ancient Egypt was powered by magic. Typically African in form, its primeval technique, and its contemporary practitioners, were firmly believed in by members of all classes. And magic can create transformation. The sexual power of the monarch lay at the roots of the state’s or the sovereign’s existence, in New Kingdom Egypt as much as in any …Read More »
Estrogen Alone Doesn’t Curb Testosterone
Male-to-female transgender patients receiving estrogen alone won’t curb their testosterone production, a new study has found. New York State’s medical college conducted the study on one healthcare center where they found that about half of the patients receiving estradiol as part of hormone therapy experienced adequate testosterone suppression, even if accompanied by progestin says Matthew Leinung, MD, who was one of …Read More »
Trans Women May Be At Greater Risk For Depression
The LGBT community has always been thought to be at greater risk for clinical depression than the general population because of the alienation that LGBT people often feel after “coming out” to family and friends, and it seems that the stigma and pain is a greater onus for women and transgender women because of the male-dominated social hierarchy that these individuals …Read More »
Transgender Acceptance in the Classroom
The Vancouver school board just recently proposed a law that would allow transgender students to be accommodated in the classroom more easily. Some of the regulations that the school board hopes to implement include the installment of transgender washrooms and the freedom for the student to choose between sex-education curriculums geared towards their biological sex, or their gender identity. For the most part …Read More »
Is Sex Conversion Therapy Ever Ethical?
Sex conversion therapy, or reparative therapy as it is also known, has been a source of ire and controversy in the LGBT community for years. Everyone has days where there are things that they wish they could change about themselves. Certainly it comes as no surprise that there are people that would like to profit from offering the opportunity to …Read More »
Transgender woman murdered
Tyler’s friends believe she was a victim of a hate crime. “This has to be a hate crime, this has to be a hate crime, nothing else because that was an upstanding person with a good heart,” Underwood’s roommate, Coy Simmons told KYTX. “She was lovely, just a lovely person.” Tyler’s friends say she was well-liked and had no enemies. …Read More »