What does accomodating female mean Pershiansex
Because of this, I'm not willing to accept a GID diagnosis, as you waive certain legal rights and defenses once you have that.
For one, you lose all real legal protection from discrimination. Without a GID diagnosis, you can realistically claim "Female with noncongruent genitalia" at some point. Going at things my way is harder in some ways, but it's the right choice for me.
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Because of this, I'm not willing to accept a GID diagnosis, as you waive certain legal rights and defenses once you have that. I've never heard anybody mention anything about losing rights with the diagnosis. If I decide not to transition, is this going to bite me in the arse? Does anyone here think that by being trans, you're different than you would be if you had been born as the right sex?
For one, you lose all real legal protection from discrimination. Without a GID diagnosis, you can realistically claim "Female with noncongruent genitalia" at some point. From what I've read, being trans seems like some really tough shit to deal with, which would most certainly strengthen someone's character.
It just seems that that way would be easier, safer, and less costly.
Or is there something I'm just not taking into account?
Why don't you just have your endocrinologist write prescriptions, since you're already seeing one?
Once or twice I was just so worried about screwing up that I stopped talking altogether until I got back home.
You reach a point in private practice where you can't really move forward without more interaction with people as your chosen gender. I guess what i'm saying is that voice is something you can improve through a lot of ways, but doing it with the theatre group would be a much closer approximation to speaking in public and generally interacting with others in regular settings.
I've seen a few people talk about working with one in this thread, but I live in an area where I'm pretty much going to have to go halfway across the state to see my endocrinologist and electrologist, just because there aren't any around here, and I'm not quite sure what to look for in the way of voice work.
My therapist doesn't know of any people who do voice work in the area, and suggested I talk to drama people at the local college under pretense of doing it for some other purpose. Really I think any form at all of repetitive practice will eventually get you there.
Anyone who thinks that there is only one path to the end of this road is deluded.