Anonymous said: I'm a trans man and have been on T for two years. I had unprotected sex with a trans woman three months ago. She has been on hormones for two years as well. What are the chances that I could be pregnant? I don't want to buy a test and feel dysphoric if it's not likely.
I think it depends on the dosage and other variables like that. Most trans women will become sterile (let me know if this is the wrong term) in about 3 months? For trans men it’s more up in the air I think? I don’t have much knowledge in this stuff. But what I honestly think you should do is talk to a healthcare professional that you trust and then go from there.
If anyone has more information on this topic, please let me know.
Anonymous said: I'm getting into a relationship with a male (I am a female) who considers himself trans. I think this is amazing and I love the chance to be with him, but he wants me to get a strap-on so we can have sex this way, because he prefers it. The thing is, I am not comfortable with this. How do I tell him this without seeming judgmental or bitchy?
I don’t know your partner and I don’t know you so it’s hard for me to give advice like this but to put it simply, talk to him. Explain how you feel uncomfortable about it, talk it out. That’s all you really can do. I hope this helps.
Anonymous said: One of my closest friends is a pre-op trans male, using the pronoun "they." When I'm referring to them in the past - when they identified as a girl - am I supposed to use "she" or "they?"
If their preferred pronoun is they/them, then you use they. Never use a pronoun that someone does not prefer. Even if you’re talking about them in the past, it’s disrespectful.
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I actually disabled my ask box because I was getting inappropriate and irrelevant messages from trans men/cis men. But I just opened it up again because I realize regardless of that, it would make it easier for people with actual relevant comments and/or questions (like you) to contact me. So, yeah, sorry about it being closed. But I fixed it now.
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