My Trans-Parenting Journey: About Puberty Blockers

And the painfully long “pause” period

Not too long ago, we hit the one year mark of our thirteen year old transgender child being on puberty blockers. This season in the lives of trans youth is sometimes referred to as the “pause period,” because it’s quite literally like pressing a pause button.

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Highlighting the experience of women of trans experience. Transition, Womanhood, Feminism, Intersectionality, Transphobia, Marginalization and Assimilation, and more.

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Martie Sirois

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