6 comments on “Gynecology And Gender

  1. I wish you well with your surgery and recovery, Tyler. And thank you for raising these issues. As a straight woman, I realise there is a lot that I need to be aware of, certainly since gender identity is something quite prevalent in my personal life. My cervical smears are always done at my local GP surgery, so there is no gender specific decoration to speak of.

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    • Thank you.

      My smears are normally done by my GP practice but with surgery I’ve had to go and see the specialist buildings. Which are just weird? Why are they all so pink??

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      • I can’t say that I noticed, to be honest! Mind you, the only times I was in a gender specific hospital department was the labour ward when I had my children – I would have been a little bit distracted back then!!!

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  2. Good luck with all this – I wish you a comfortable and unstressed stay and a speedy recovery. I loathe pink! And assumptions… Nothing is ever easy if you don’t fit the norm (I have an assistance dog and that , and the need for her, can cause all sorts of bother) but I do believe that whatever you have to deal with it’s easier if you are not a trans man, woman or non binary. Good luck! Are you doing the A-Z, or just gearing up for your op? Liz http://www.poetryroundabout.com

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    • Thank you.

      Yes, I’m doing the a-z and hopefully everything by Thursday should be ready to auto post so I don’t have to worry about it for a couple of weeks and I can relax and recover.

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