9 months on Testosterone: A Rough Patch

It is been 9 months in October however the ninth month has been a rough patch in the transition. People and life often make us realise that transition is still a medical process and like any medical process it can also be have wrong consequences. Recently I did my LFT (Liver Function Test) and found…

Transition Update: 7 months on Testosterone

I got my ‘Gender Identity disorder’ letter last year and then I visited endocrinologist then. I stopped my transition because I didn’t have that courage and the nurse from whom I used to inject the Testosterone shots was not good . From that experience I learnt that the procedure is easy steps to follow however the…

FTM Passing Tips

Being a pre-operated transman is exhausting. Most of the time people don’t acknowledge your gender, you do not look your age (like a teenage boy) , misgendering  by saying, “Oh sorry mam I thought you are a boy” and haunting gender dysphoria. Here are few tips with you which you can pass as a male…

Name Change and Gender Change Without Surgery

This document is based on the experiences in Delhi Gazette office. The best thing is that anyone can do it without help from any organisations or lawyers. Two printed copies of a Self-Declaration in print. (Please type it). The format is here. The Delhi Gazette office gave us this format. SELF DECLARATION FOR CHANGE OF […]…

My Story

Do you feel like you are born in the wrong body? Are you not comfortable in the body you are born in? Does it bother you when someone treat you like a girl (If that is your biological sex) or a boy (If that is your biological sex)? Did you always feel like you should…

ON MENTAL HEALTH AND BEING A TRANSMAN (Tarshi)

I wrote this article for Tarshi E Magazine February theme. It was published on  February 3, 2017. There is the link to the original article ON MENTAL HEALTH AND BEING A TRANSMAN Do check it.  Credits : Tarshi E Magazine Got up with red eyes again. Praying to God that everything will be alright by tomorrow! But deep down…

Open Letter by a Transman against the Event organised by Humsafar Trust and American Centre for IDAHOT called Sweekar

  International Day Against Homophobia , Transphobia and Bi-Phobia (IDAHOT) marks violence against lesbian, bisexual, gay and transgender people. Violence against LGBT people is widespread- physical, mental, social, economical . Sometimes these kinds of violence are overtly manifested but sometimes there are micro aggressions and they are not easily recognisable. I am a transman and…