The Pain In My Chest-Why I Need Top Surgery

tw/cw: chest talk, dysphoria, mental health, suicidal thoughts When I was younger, I went through puberty as everyone does, but it definitely came with its challenges of conflicting feelings. I think there's a big difference between dysphoria and disconnect in a trans person's life. When I was younger, I had no distress about my gender... Continue Reading →

What I Learned By Coming Out

Story By: Sadie Jordan   I am Sadie Jordan, a 16-year-old cisgender girl, and consider myself to be bisexual. I don’t necessarily have a coming out story like the ones you see in the movies. I don’t even know if you can classify it as coming out. It might not be as theatrical a coming... Continue Reading →

Summer Binding: A How-To

This small post is a PSA for all my trans and nonbinary folks that use binders, how to bind safely during the summer! Summer is crazy hot and will only get worse as time goes on (thanks global warming) so for those of us that use binders, it makes summer extra hard to go through!... Continue Reading →

‘They’ Series: Public Conversation

This is the final installment in the series where I talk about how to use the singular pronoun 'They' and other gender-neutral terms. This post is for the public and addressing nonbinary and genderqueer folks in a public setting. This could be at work, at a cafe, at a restaurant, etc. This could also be... Continue Reading →

Suddenly, I Can’t Breathe

CW: Borderline Personality disorder, Mental Episode, Panic attack, Mental health, Graphic Description. . . . . . . . For Mental Health Awareness Month I wanted to write out what it feels like when I have a Borderline Personality episode. .. .. .. .. .. My heart is beating out of my chest. My head... Continue Reading →

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