Hey there! I know it’s been a while since I’ve blogged but I can hardly believe that it’s been 3 YEARS since I embarked on this journey. Seems like it was just yesterday when I put the wheels in motion to start a new chapter of my life. Before I
Before I start, I’d like to note that this is from my perspective as a straight transman. There are transmen out there who are gay, bi or queer. So while my point of view may resonate with some out there, it doesn’t represent our community as a whole. When I
Ever since transitioning, I’ve always wanted to work towards having a ripped body. So I’ve invested in gym equipment and supplements like protein and creatine. While I’ve been happy with my progress so far, I wanted to try something different and push myself to new limits. So I signed up
A lot of transguys out there change their name as their birth name is usually a feminine one. Though some are lucky to have an androgynous name like Alex or Sam. I would consider myself one of them but then again I am Asian so maybe it doesn’t really count.
Some of you may know that I’ve returned back to university to complete my 4th year for a Bachelor of Psychology. I graduated with a Bachelor of Science (Psychology) when I was about to turn 21. So that was a good decade ago. Needless to say, I was nervous, excited
Having a flat chest is what all transmen wish for. The day when they no longer need to bind their chest or wear a bra is what keeps them motivated to work hard and save up for the surgery. It is the ultimate dream to be free. As you know,
It’s been 10 months into my transition and plenty has happened in that time. I’m (not surprisingly) the first transgender friend for many of my friends. All of them have been supportive and I’ve been asked the do’s and don’ts when it comes to what they can do for me.
It’s officially the last day of 2015. Time has once again flew past in a blink of an eye, though there were times when it felt like time was frozen still. 2015 has been a very significant year for me to say the least – it has changed my life.
As of today, I’m 7 days post-op and though I’m still sore, I can’t express how happy I am now. I had my surgery on the 12th of November 2015 at the St John of God Hospital in Subiaco. Dr Timothy Hewitt did my procedure and I was admitted for
Before I start, this post is written from my point of view as a straight transman so these reasons would not be applicable to everyone. And this post is meant for entertainment purposes only (it’s been a ridiculously rough week and I figured I need a laugh). So don’t go overthinking or
So, it’s been 18 days since I had my first shot of Testosterone. I had my 2nd shot on Monday, the 21st September 2015. There has definitely been changes, both physically and emotionally. While they’re not all good changes, it’s good for the bigger picture. Physical Changes Weight Gain Now