What it’s like going to the doctor when you’re trans
Since I started passing as male, I found getting trans-friendly healthcare more challenging than before.
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Len Lukowski is a writer and performer of no fixed abode. His writing tends to focus on queerness, music, transition, sex, and belonging. He sometimes plays in punk bands.
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