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Grammar, Preferred Gender Pronouns, and I

The past imperfect: I was thinking about my pronouns. I recently joined a group that starts off every meeting with each person sharing their first name, preferred gender pronouns (PGPs), and answering the question of the week (e.g. 645 more words

Butch

Week 16: The Buffalo Wild Wings Server Called Me Sir

I’ll take some Honey BBQ wings and some gender validation.

It’s not as if I’ve never before been called sir, or that strangers haven’t before ever taken me for a man. 424 more words

I keep thinking I'm bigger and more masculine than I actually am

I’m not complaining; it’s not a bad thing!  My surroundings sort of facilitate this, which is fine by me.  As a janitor at an elementary school, I spend most of my time, during the work-week, with women and children (if I’m with anyone at all).  558 more words

Genderqueer

Male Health & Testosterone Support by LES Labs-Review

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My husband HATES when I do these reviews!! To be honest they are not my favorite either because I mean what is there really to say besides it works or it doesn’t….. 147 more words

Men with Diabetes and Low-T Show Risk of Hardened Arteries

Atherosclerosis is a disease where plaque, such as fat and cholesterol, builds up in the arteries, limiting blood flow. This can lead to serious cardiovascular complications, poor circulation, and if they burst, blood clots which can cause deep vein thrombosis, a heart attack or stroke. 247 more words