This is such a fascinating article: Peiple who have transitioned to being men describe the changes in the way the world treats them, for better and worse
Do men really have it easier? These transgender guys found the truth was more complex.
"What continues to strike me is the significant reduction in friendliness & kindness now extended to me [as a man] in public spaces. It now feels as though I am on my own: No one, outside of family & close friends, is paying any attention to my well-being"
Four trans men talk about their lives before and after transition. This is a really thought-provoking piece about race, gender, power, and privilege.
A great article written by trans men on how society treats them differently since their transition. I appreciate the inclusion of both the pros and cons.
Trans men talk about how the way they are treated has changed since transition. Lots of fascinating insights!
Transgender men discuss the challenges they face living as men and how race shapes those experiences. Fascinating perspective on social feedback
Profile of #trans men in on their understandings of how their lives help them appreciate gender privilege and inequality in new ways.
This is really fascinating. Might teach parts of this for gender and legal cynicism.
This great article asks this question of people who transitioned from being women to men. Top two seem to be high burden of people not having sympathy for your problems, and treating you as threatening by default
Wow this is so interesting.
Fascinating article about 4 #women who became #men and the unexpected differences in how they were treated, such as being accused of #mansplaining. #transgender #transmen #GenderRoles #GenderStudies #Masculinity #manhood #Manliness #WhiteMalePrivilege
Social Tiresiuses: Four F2M transgender dudes reflect on the social reality of gender differences in a fascinating, empathic, and critical way. It was a relief reading about the challenges of being male in this society from former women.
Transgender men talk about life on the other side of the gender divide - The Washington Post
Crossing the divide: Do men really have it easier? These transgender guys found the truth was more complex.
“Crossing the divide: Do men really have it easier? These transgender guys found the truth was more complex.” Interesting read.
This is a good read. Also: Hi, I’m back from vacation. Crossing the divide: Do men really have it easier? These transgender guys found the truth was more complex.
Fascinating and nuanced article about transgendered men's experiences post transition.
A fascinating (to me) article on four trans men and how they experience the differences in how society treats men and women, with some race on top. #trans #race #men #women
Brilliant journalism exploring gender experiences for #trans Men before transition and after
Really interesting article on transmen's experience of gender
If you've read David Benatar's The Second Sexism, this aligns with a lot of his claims. It also aligns with some feminist claims. Crossing the divide: Do men really have it easier? These transgender guys found the truth was more complex.
The article contained many fascinating and sad things that stuck with me - worth reading it all. Well done !