RFF Phallo arm tattoo experience: No pain, great color, hyperpigmentation; 3y post

Pain? I can say it did not hurt at all, not even 1%. Because they grafted nerves out of my arm, I felt pressure and vibration but zero pain. I am not trying to be macho in any way. I know what tattoo discomfort should feel like. It’s just that my arm is not capable… Continue reading RFF Phallo arm tattoo experience: No pain, great color, hyperpigmentation; 3y post

Scrotoplasty for trans phalloplasty: How does a surgeon make a ball sack?

Scrotoplasty. Making a ball sack:How does a surgeon do it? There are multiple scrotoplasty techniques. Here, I drew a possible VY scrotoplasty. 🤓 🥚🥚————————Transcription below for visually impaired individuals using screen readers and for people using translation tools.———————— 🥚🥚Poster images and text. Visually impaired and translation image description follows Text, How do they bake a… Continue reading Scrotoplasty for trans phalloplasty: How does a surgeon make a ball sack?

Video tour: phallo, no vaginectomy. AKA all the parts!

Definitely not porn: More... My healed body in medical & community education context. It’s challenging for fellow transgender kin to find resources about gender surgery options. So, here you go~ trans phalloplasty with no vaginectomy. Quick tour of one of our options: Penis alongside vagina. My phalloplasty occurred at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore, United States… Continue reading Video tour: phallo, no vaginectomy. AKA all the parts!

POV: Naked trans man (Ok, ok, I’m nonbinary…)

Here I am, universe! Haha, here’s my visual point of view looking down at my (fabulously) trans body, sprawled out on a towel. I did transport myself off to the cosmos, as you see. I remember when I had just started testosterone eight years ago, and one of the manly guys in the support group… Continue reading POV: Naked trans man (Ok, ok, I’m nonbinary…)

Voice surgery, 1 year post-op

A year after voice surgery. The recovery itself was not so bad. Physically, it is a very small area they operate on, and the incision healed up to invisible within... two or three months. They don't even use stitches, just glue. It blends into a wrinkle on the neck. The pain is minimal, like a… Continue reading Voice surgery, 1 year post-op