Author: T-Change

What can I eat after jaw and chin surgery?

HEALTH What can I eat after jaw and chin surgery? Amanda Rosenfeldt, Founder. Manager, T-change 08 June 2018 What to eat after jaw/chin surgery is one of the most common questions we are asked after FFS when it involves the feminization of the jaw or the chin. aw/chin surgery always makes biting and chewing a difficult and painful task at the beginning, so during this period you will need to eat the kind of food that you can swallow without biting or chewing. This doesn’t necessarily means it has to be soft food, but rather anything that you can send...

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Greer Lankton

Somewhat of a legend of the East Village art scene of the 1980s, Greer Lankton was an American artist known for her lifelike dolls based on her friends, many of which you know all too well – Nan Goldin, David Wojnarowicz and Peter Hujar. Her dolls are often referring to the topics of gender and sexuality, resembling the work of Hans Bellmer. Famed New York Times critic Roberta Smith once described her work as ”beautifully sewn, with extravagant clothes, make-up and hairstyles”and compared her characters to those of Egon Schiele. Her long-awaited first important exhibition came in 2014, eighteen years...

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Canada to add third gender option to next census

Canada will soon add a third gender option besides ‘male’ and ‘female’ to its census in order to capture a more accurate picture of the country. The 2021 official government survey will officially ask what respondents identify as in the hopes of making the census more inclusive. “We want to make sure all Canadians can identify themselves within the census,” Laurent Martel, director of demography at Statistics Canada, told The Guardian. After the 2016 census, the agency had received feedback from citizens from LGBT+ advocacy groups about the binary gender options… Read...

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Micha Cárdenas

When she’s not an artist and a theorist, Micha Cárdenas is the Assistant Professor of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences at the University of Washington | Bothell. She works in New Media art, and her practice involves wearable electronics and the issues of transgender people of color within the digital realm. Micha Cárdenas helped design the Transborder Immigrant Tool, a GPS device that helps undocumented immigrants crossing the US-Mexico border locate water stations, for instance, and has released many books regarding the issues of trans and genderqueer...

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UK’s refusal to grant gender-neutral passports could be ruled ‘unlawful’ by High Court

High Court judges are considering a claim that the government’s refusal to grant gender-neutral passports is unlawful. The opening of a two-day judicial review heard that the application process, which currently requires people to list themselves as male or female, is “inherently discriminatory” and can be updated without any change to British law. Christie Elan-Cane, who campaigns to achieve legal and social recognition for non-gendered identity, is being supported by Human Rights Watch in the challenge… Read...

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