“I’ve never fit in, and I’m never going to”: Gender dysphoria, changing rooms & the journey to self acceptance

Author: Anonymous. When I was little, I tried to go to the toilet in a fancy restaurant but had to go back to my parents to ask them if I was “Male” or “Female” because I didn’t understand the door signs. If my life was a novel, my editor would be annoyed at me for … Continue reading “I’ve never fit in, and I’m never going to”: Gender dysphoria, changing rooms & the journey to self acceptance

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A hard pill to swallow: Contraception, a woman’s plight

Written by Anonymous. Between the ages of 21-24 I had the most horrendous time with my pill/vagina issues. It's a long and complicated tale, so bear with! My boyfriend and I got together when I was 19, and we fell head over heels pretty quickly. We used condoms for the first 6 months, and then … Continue reading A hard pill to swallow: Contraception, a woman’s plight