Hello Pronouns Stickers are off of Preorder!
I just packed up the last preorder around an hour ago, and all remaining preorders will be dropped into the mail tomorrow. Hooray! Along with this news comes some spiffy new product shots (That I totally meant to upload on Saturday, whoops!) featuring the new fill-in-the-blank sticker. PLUS a preview of the neat product packaging I’m working on.
I’d also like to take the chance to announce that I’ll be adding Spivak pronouns (Ey/Em/Eirs) soon! I’m still trying to work out what colour they should be, but as soon as that’s done I can print them. There’ll be an announcement as soon as they’re available.
Thanks so much to everyone who liked/reblogged the initial post about these - the support I’ve gotten for making them has been mind-blowing. I haven’t been able to respond to every message I’ve gotten, but I’ve read them all and they’ve really made me smile. I really hope everyone who has received their stickers so far is enjoying them, and I hope these stickers can make a positive difference in peoples lives!
I’m taking care of 14 cats by reading to them and hanging out and cuddling. My life is literally complete.
what the floop this kid has better style than 99% of the male population
y’all better step ya crusty basketball shorts w socks n sandals game up this kids style game shits on the entirety of the male population
why yall actin like he can even put pants on by himself
are you kidding look at the way he stands
the kid knows he’s got game
Hey! Yeah i figured haha. I post trans stuff as well as unrelated other thigs here. When i post trans stuff i tag as ftm transmasculine and queer usually. Thanks for the follow!
Hey I have this really awesome resource I’ll link you to, but here is an excerpt from it:
You can choose to keep your ovaries. This means your body will continue to produce estrogen naturally. The implications of this vary, depending on your unique gender goals.
If you do remove the ovaries (an oophorectomy), you will surgically induce menopause. Unless you’re already at or near menopause age, you will need to be on long term HRT – either testosterone or estrogen. It is not advisable for your body to be devoid of a primary sex hormone, primarily to conserve essential bone health. (Check out an article by American Trans Man for a more scientific look at this.)
If you opt to keep the ovaries, it’s not necessary to be taking Testosterone, or be on it long-term, in order to consider a hysterectomy. Which is a nice option to have for a lot of people.
The benefit of an oophorectomy is that your body will require less Testosterone afterwards, which can be a welcome change. Also, some people do not like having estrogen in their body, either physically or mentally or both.
However, some post-oopho transpeople end up supplementing their T intake with low doses of estrogen in order to maintain hormonal balance. Since this is not frequently talked about among transmen, there isn’t a lot of information. Just remember that hormones affect a myriad of bodily functions, including metabolism and mood. Plan on monitoring your hormone levels until you feel back to normal, and keep an eye out for the possibility of taking estrogen post-oopho.
Here’s the link which has a lot of information on hysterectomies!
I hope this helps!