Advice request, boosts welcome
I have a question for trans plural systems, especially in cases where at least one headmate identifies as a similar gender to the body's assigned gender at birth. If you went on hormones, how did it affect the entire system? I have decided I really want to try going on T, probably low dose, and my guess is it would be pretty great for everyone except possibly Maura but I am also confident she can find ways to be herself as she always does. Feel free to share adjacent experiences with other deliberate body changes in the context of plurality as well. Thank you.
"Stop leaving these saucers of milk out, you'll only encourage pests and vermin," my parents chided.
"Alright," I promised.
It was easy to promise that since the saucers I put out for the pixies wasn't milk - it was a heap of bread crusts, drizzled with honey and cream.
They never once soured our dairy cow nor scared our hens eggless.
In fact, our peas were the sweetest for miles and our gourds won first prize every year since I started.
Autistic nonbinary fiber artist and herbalist. Anarchist. Plural system. Skyler (main): they/them. Maura: she/they. Lena: she/it Caleb: he/him. Knife: Fae/faer
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