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Why Transmedicalists are Wrong

I am a binary-ish trans woman. About the most visible of the trans identities, people like me receive a lot of airtime, for better or for worse. Our struggles are more well known than most others under the trans umbrella, and the most frequently traveled path of our ranks is often framed as a guideline or common narrative for the trans experience. We (binary trans women) often seek particular changes to our body, tend to have gender…




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Rori Porter

Rori Porter

Autistic Queer Transfemme writer & designer based out of Los Angeles. She/Her/They/Their. Editor of Anthology.

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