TransPanTastic: Transgender parenting, work, marriage, transition, and life!

by George & Jess · · · · 2 subscribers

A podcast about gender, identity, orientation, and all the life that happens around them! George is a straight FtM transgender man. Jess is his pansexual nonbinary/genderqueer wife. Together they talk about transition, marriage, transition, parenting, transition, working in the public sector, transition, friendships, and did we mention transition?

Accessing gender-affirming healthcare is rarely easy and often quite challenging. George's first steps to access his lower surgery involved a variety of staff offering their efforts but not always achieving much. At 04:29 George references a website incorrectly. The correct link is transhealthcare.org. We are here to share our entire intersectional experience with anyone who finds it beneficial, but we want to know what you connect with the most. You can let us know by clicking to a one-question anonymous survey at vote.pollcode.com/32371374. If you have a request/suggestion that isn't listed, comment! We can be found online at TransPanTastic.net, you …

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Tags: personal journals, society & culture, ftm, general, kids & family, sexuality, health, transgender, genderqueer, pansexual

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Jess has been trying to date for a while, and while we've been working out the logistical and interpersonal challenges, George has realized that he's ready for another step in his transition. We are here to share our entire intersectional experience with...
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We both each took a kid on a trip. Jess took Child#3 to Washington DC to make up for the school trip that COVID cancelled. George took Child#2 to Arizona to visit family and so George could see spring training. As usual, shenanigans were had. We are here...
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We brought pronoun ribbons to Gallifrey One again, and the usual shenanigans happened in the process. We are here to share our entire intersectional experience with anyone who finds it beneficial, but we want to know what you connect with the most. You c...
George still doesn't have his testosterone prescription, but we're going to Gallifrey One anyway. We are here to share our entire intersectional experience with anyone who finds it beneficial, but we want to know what you connect with the most. You can l...
It seems you can't go a month or two without hearing about a shortage of one HRT prescription product or another. If that were George's problem, it would be much more easy to deal with than his current problem accessing testosterone. We are here to share...
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