constantlyrambling:

treesandfangs:

mansfrombelow:

amphetameme:

trans women in seattle: do not see dr rob killian

he treats trans women as if they were cis men, and will threaten to take away your hormones if you disagree with him (and will go through with it!)

I HAVE SOME FRIENDS IN THIS AREA SO UM. LET’S NOT LET THAT HAPPEN. PLEASE AVOID THIS MISOGYNIST

WOW OKAY SPREADING THE WORD TO EVERY TRANS WOMAN I KNOW

(via wolfenrayne)

Anonymous: Does anyone have any good recommendations for an OBGYN in Northern Virginia? Queer friendly is a plus! Esp one who's good with people who have anxiety about doctors.

anyone?

nicolelynnperry:

trans-dyke:

crazywolfchick:

To anyone seeking HRT in Dallas, do NOT contact Dr. Karen King. She no longer does HRT and her receptionist is hateful and rude. She used slurs over the phone with me and told me to “find a real man” when I explained that I was looking for resources for my husband.

I really, really, really want to call and just absolutely give her a piece of my mind. How dare she

For all my sisters here in Dallas!

(via spoopypsyches)

Anonymous: Dr. Elizabeth George / Lafayette, IN / Franciscan Women's Health Clinic / Dr. George is a wonderful OB-GYN who's queer-friendly (not sure if trans friendly) and is very good about patient confidentiality; I need to keep my sexuality a secret from relatives and she kept it out of my file. She's also good about ADHD and will continue writing medication prescriptions from previous doctors (she's my general physician). I'd recommend her to anyone.

Anonymous: Id like to reccommend Pathways Center in Essex CT! I recently had a psych eval with Dr. barbierri, a lovely, kind, and funny woman. She genuinely listened to me and had interest in what i had to say. The staff are kind and the place is well maintained. Good mental health services are hard to find in CT so if you live in middlesex county check this center out!

paint-riarchy: Carolyn Mehlomakulu in Austin, TX She is an EXCELLENT therapist. She helped me stop cutting, and was excellent and reducing stress. She was very good about providing more resources (guide books, etc.) and, most importantly, was QUEER-FRIENDLY. I can't speak for her openness to trans people, but she was very open to my polysexuality. Plus, she is also a licensed art therapist. The only drawback about Dr. M was that she is on the second story with no elevator. But all in all, GREAT.

Anonymous: im trying to find a good therapist in indiana does anyone have recommendations? i'm gay and that's not exactly the best thing to be in indiana