Now that the website's back, a quick reminder on what you'll find there.
Whether you're a healthcare provider or a trans person wanting to know more about healthcare, there's something there for you.
Go to https://transactual.org.uk/ and click on Healthcare in the menu.
Second week of my experiment of injecting 0.20 mL (8mg) of estradiol enanthate rather than 0.13 mL (5 mg) or 0.15 mL (6 mg). This one was in the vastus lateralis muscle in my left thigh 💉🩹
No leakage. No pain. Perfect injection 🥰
I've felt a little more emotional and executive dysfunction-y, but those could be unrelated.
People often ask me why I need so many monitors.
Now it could be that sometimes I need to cross-reference several documents to spot inconsistencies or changes over time.
Or maybe it's just that the :blahaj: don't like having to share a screen.
As an experiment, I've injected 0.20 mL (8 mg) of estradiol enanthate into the vastus lateralis muscle in my right thigh today 💉🩹
Why higher today?
Well, I know that both 5 mg and 6 mg cause the same amount of testosterone suppression and similar mood, but I hadn't tried a higher dose before.
Let's see how I feel and react on a higher dose.
My understanding (which is based only on social media hearsay, so don't consider it authoritative) is that the hospitals and clinics being sued kind of welcome the lawsuit and hope it ALLOWS them to provide care to trans kids again.
But also, fuck them for ever stopping care in the first place - they should be violating this law daily! Especially in St. Louis and Kansas City, where both mayors have said they will not be enforcing this transphobic ban.
I had a revelation. You know who the best people to ask about the National Gender Services policy of telling GPs to deny their trans patients hormone blood tests because they have no risk?
The National Gender Service.
Didn't do this post yesterday, as the Cult of Shiv was still down at the time 😅
Injected 0.13 mL (5 mg) of estradiol enanthate into the vastus lateralis muscle in my left thigh 💉🩹
Not only was it a perfect injection (pain free; no leakage; no bleed), I also showed the whole injection to another trans fem, to help them with their own injection, which they did perfectly 🥰
I have a meeting with hospital executives in 90 minutes about LGBTQIA+ cultural safety in healthcare.
What questions would you consider to be ok in intake if you had to come to hospital to help staff refer to you with respect?
What questions should staff absolutely not ask?
Is there anything you would want a hospital to know about queer cultural safety in healthcare?
#trans #transhealthcare #queerhealth
Injected 0.15 mL (6 mg) of estradiol enanthate into the vastus lateralis muscle in my left thigh 💉🩹
Pain-free, leakage-free injection today 🥰 I always use the Z-track method, but I sometimes forget to pull the needle out quickly & immediately release the skin to prevent leakage.
If I even bothered with the NHS gender services, I'm far more likely to get a 'diagnosis' of clinical narcissism than dysphoria these days 😉
Only half-joking. I read books on trans healthcare for fun. Don't 'suffer' but revel in and wonder at yourself
On our gatekeepers, to paraphrase Cato the Elder: "Ostiarii delenda sunt"* 🔥 ⚔️ :Fire_Trans:
- Corrections/improvements on my schoolgirl Latin fully appreciated btw, please do go for it!! 🙂
Cw: Selfies, some direct eye contact
UK: Delays, rows and legal challenges: inside the stalled new NHS gender identity service
"Guardian analysis reveals chaotic efforts to open two units offering new treatments to children with gender dysphoria"
Not easy Friday reading. Not a bad article. At least sheds light on the mess created in trans youth healthcare :flag_transgender: by the Cass report and resulting restructure. Sigh. Sigh.
The state of trans healthcare in the UK, especially for children, makes me so angry and sad.
U.S. conservatives are using Canadian research to justify anti-trans laws
Toronto psychologist James Cantor (CAMH - transphobic mental health research institute) has testified in 25 cases in the U.S. related to trans issues since 2021.
#TransHealthcare #WPATH #pseudoscience #CentreForAddictionAndMentalHealth #CAMH #transphobia #JamesCantor #KennethZucker #disinformation #ChristianRight #extremism #ProudBoys #GOP #neoconservatism #populism
Injected 0.15 mL (6 mg) of estradiol enanthate into the vastus lateralis muscle in my right thigh 💉🩹
A teeny bit of leakage, but nothing I'm concerned about. It was otherwise an easy, pain-free injection today 🥰
Today's Council of Europe event on trans healthcare was informative.
At least one country has had issues which lined up surprisingly well to how things are going down in Ireland.
I'm hoping the resulting report will cover some of the Irish experiences.
Today I also sent EPATH pictures of Blåhaj. Key activism that.
Our October newsletter is out, including our Open Letter to the HSE.
** UK: "Warm and kind” Alice let down by unfit-for-purpose transgender healthcare provision **
The coroner has delivered her full findings of fact from the inquest into the death of Alice Litman, and will now make recommendations to the bodies that were responsible for Alice’s care at the time of her death.
A quick reminder of the British Medical Association (BMA) guidance to NHS England GPs for anyone trans in the UK who is trying to get HRT bridging prescriptions via their GP and then move onto shared care, likely via private
A few thoughts -
- Prebrief your GP rather than going in cold eg. does your GP clinic have a web-portal?
- Forewarned is forearmed?
- There can be some resistance to working with GenderGP as it's offshore, but imo they may be more flexible if you show you really understand your HRT, and 'own' your care
- And do note the second point ⬇️
My (very good indeed) GP rapidly realised I knew far far more than she did, and let me source my endo
And do feel free to chip in thoughts btw ...
It'd be kinda nice if the HSE would talk to the trans community, follow international best practices, and maybe not copy their homework from the UK NHS.
Achievement unlocked: NHS HRT prescription reorder via the web, zero GP 👩⚕️🩺 involvement this time
🔹NHS Maze Navigation: L7 (+1)
🔹Wielder of the HRT Prepaid Certificate 📇 ⚔️
🔹2 healing salves of Estrogel :potion_trans:
🔹1 portion of fortifying low-dose Cypro 💊
🔸Perseverance: L8+ (3 sets of bloods in Jul, Aug, Sep 💉)
🔸The *Scroll of Persuasion" and
🔸Luck getting a supportive GP: L9-10
🔸Two working days to reach my pharmacy so (for me) don't be so fricken last minute next time
Next steps being planned ofc 💭
If these new weight-loss drugs were designed specifically with #trans folk :Fire_Trans: in mind, then you already know to access them we would need -
◽ A medical diagnosis of gender dysphoria, probably two psychs
◽ They'd be labelled 'experimental' ofc
◽ The GC-mob would label them as 'unnatural'
◽ Injection versions would be available in about a decade
◽ And it would be positioned as 'big-pharma' - which ironically ofc this is ...
The patriarchy in action?
The Telegraph (UK): "Weight-loss drugs will transform our economy as well as our waistlines"
"While HIV prevention campaigns and treatments are rarely geared toward us, trans people have been living with and dying of AIDS alongside our queer siblings since the ’80s."
I learned about the HIV-prevention drug PrEP not through a public health campaign, but through watching the second season of How to Get Away with Murder. And I got to write about why trans masculine people still struggle to get on PrEP for Xtra Magazine!
Letter of Support for AAA’s Withdrawal of Session from the Annual Meeting
"Implicit in the session abstract and several of the individual abstracts is the assumption that sex is a biological binary; a concept that is rejected by current biological anthropology and human biology, and highly disputed across contemporary biology.
People who are non-binary, trans, or queer, and/or those who occupy sex categories other than “male” or “female,” have existed across all human societies and throughout all of human evolution. What is typical about human sex and gender categories, is that they are not simple, not binary, are always affected by the cultural beliefs of the time, and that they shift. To continue to work under such refuted assumptions is to work in the half-light, to miss most of the picture, and to not be engaging in rigorous, empirically grounded, and timely scientific anthropology."
Injected 0.15 mL (6 mg) of estradiol enanthate into the vastus lateralis muscle in my left thigh 💉🩹
Went in smoothly first time. There was a teeny bit of leakage as I withdrew the needle, but nothing I'm concerned about. Just something for me to remember to be mindful of.
[ I Emailed My Doctor 133 Times: The Crisis In the British Healthcare System ]
i don't normally share youtube links here. but this one was sobering and important to me personally, and i think it deserves to be seen by more people.
“It's not, and has never been, a money issue for the NHS. They could actually save money by dismantling the GICs and switching to an informed consent model, allowing for better care for all trans patients.” Evie
Republican states use anti-abortion tactics to restrict trans healthcare | openDemocracy
Injected 0.15 mL (6 mg) of estradiol enanthate into the vastus lateralis muscle in my right thigh 💉🩹
Gently pricked a couple of places before finding an ideal injection site. Went in & came out smoothly with no leakage 😌 (Why does this sound so lewd? 🤣)
Funny to think I've been doing such injections for over a year now :TransHeart:
❓ Does anyone know if it's possible to inject Androtardyl subcutaneously with a mesotherapy injector? And yes, it is subcutaneous.
I'm aware that the prod is very viscous, but from some research I gather that injectors can handle viscous.
(I'm in a big mess.)
❓ Est-ce que quelqu'un-e sait si avec un injecteur de mésothérapie il est possible d'effectuer une injection sous-cutanée d'Androtardyl ? Et oui il s'agit bien de sous-cutanée.
J'ai conscience que le prod est très visqueux, mais de quelques recherches j'ai cru lire que des injecteurs peuvent gérer du visqueux.
(Je me retrouve dans une bonne galère.)
** On Breast Cancer ** to openly add to this recent Twitter conversation as a trans woman :flag_transgender: (plus because equalities lawyer Robin Moira is a rock)
▫️ My mother had a double mastectomy in her early 40s, BCMA gene unknown
▫️ My ex- had breast cancer earlier this year, I drove her to the operations personally (she's clear now)
▫️ My best female friend from university died of breast cancer before 40
▫️ Last and certainly least, I had an NHS breast recall myself a few months ago after a routine mammogram. It involved the "triple test", including a biopsy. Yes it's scary waiting to find out, but I'm now glad I went through this
Read this and I dare anyone including TERFS and those with 'GC beliefs' to say trans women don't understand, or are not affected by breast cancer
To all women anywhere, please read, boost :boost_requested: but above all -
🗣️ For you, everyone who loves you: GET A MAMMOGRAM
Die WPATH hat die SoC8 (Standarts of Care) im Blick auf trans*, Eunuchen und nicht-binäre Menschen veröffentlicht. Alle Links dazu findet man in meinem Blogbeitrag hier: https://www.wo4y.de/2023/09/18/die-neuen-leitlinien-der-wpath-soc-8/
The WPATH has published the SoC8 (Standards of Care) with a view to trans*, eunuchs and non-binary people. All links can be found in my blog post here: https://www.wo4y.de/2023/09/18/die-neuen-leitlinien-der-wpath-soc-8/
#trans #lgbtqia #nonbinary #wpath #SoC8 #transhealthcare #transhealth #queer
@firstname.lastname@example.org @email@example.com @firstname.lastname@example.org @Aglaia89@norden.social
** Trans healthcare musings at Marks & Spencer coffee-shop **
Feeling blessed by having a wonderful #NHS GP, we've been trying to get my E2-levels and progestin down from 'mutant' to 'female range'. Else she wants a pituitary MRI scan 😬
she's beaming, as am I, we agree the latest levels are lovely
we chat, agree not to sweat the small stuff unless my E2-levels exceed 1000 p/nmol 💜
she's open to taking over prescribing progesterone downstream on the NHS if I get it initially on private + we check bloods 😲 + 💖
GP letter for gender change in my passport? No issues, send it to her ...
Musing over coffee ☕ how
Great healthcare support allows a resulting wonderfully powerful ADULT feeling of control, of #BodilyAutonomy, it's my body
Being trans is who we ARE. It transcends age, it's not just youngsters, not just a trend
A selfie for the #transjoy, feel a bit gloriously exotic
Plus M&S has cool new 🇬🇧 paper bags!
CW: selfie, direct eye contact
Injected 0.15 mL (6 mg) of estradiol enanthate into the vastus lateralis muscle in my left thigh yesterday (Saturday)... 💉🩹
... but then forgot to do the post afterwards 😅🤦♀️
Doing the post now, so I don't forget that I did it.
It was a nice, easy IM injection with no leakage.
Pink News: Green MSP Maggie Chapman calls for government to better support trans and non-binary youth https://www.thepinknews.com/2023/09/08/maggie-chapman-scottish-greens/ #LGBT #LGBTQ #Trans #Lesbian #2SLGBTQ #transhealthcare #ScottishGreens #MaggieChapman #Non-Binary #greenparty #transyouth #Identity #Politics #holyrood #Trans #News #UK
Apologies for forgetting to do a post to give you all an update on the on-going saga with the East Of England Gender Service.
After them agreeing that I indeed trans enough to receive care via their "pathway" & them rejecting essentially all my requests, I sent an email to all of:
• The EOEGS.
• My local Integrated Care Board (ICB).
• The practice manager at my GP surgery.
Alabama Judges Use Abortion Ban Logic to Block Care for Trans Minors
Beginning to see the appalling legal consequences of the Supreme Court’s Dobbs decision
* trio of appeals court judges allowed Alabama’s ban on gender-affirming care for minors to go into effect
Bit of a trickier injection today.
I first Injected 0.15 mL (6 mg) of estradiol enanthate into the vastus lateralis muscle in my left thigh, but some of the ester pushed itself out after I removed the needle.
To be safe, I did a further injection of 0.5 mL (2 mg) nearby.
Guess I can't always get a straight-forward injection, but it's still better for me than patches :TransFemHeart:
Still waiting for my triptorelin injection. It's been 3 weeks. May have to use my emergency finasteride to tie me over... 😬 #TransHealthcare
I was formally referred to an #NHS England GIC for gender-affirming healthcare back at the end of May 2021.
After being transferred to the East Of England Gender Service (#EOEGS) waiting list in January 2022, I had my 1st assessment in November 2023.
After a further 9 months, I finally have a 2nd assessment appointment today.
I am simultaneously a quantum superposition of anxious AF & calm AF about it.
Question for other trans folks in the UK seeking gender-affirming healthcare via the NHS
When it comes to appointments with NHS Gender Identity Clinics (GICs), do you:
• Look forward to them?
• Dread / fear them?
• Feel a mixture of excitement & fear?
• Have other feelings not listed here?
The trans healthcare protest was a resounding success!
Attendees had travelled to the NGS's base from all over the country, such are the issues accessing healthcare. The public were supportive, and the bus driver on the way back rather enjoyed the banners.
The star of the day was of course Dr. Blåhaj, who I had the honour of introducing in my speech.
This article has some of the most up to date information on what exactly the new obstacles are for adult transgender Floridians under SB 254, so definitely worth a read or sharing it with allies who want to get informed.
My boobs have grown... My bra is too tight...
This is not meant to happen at this point of my transition. I mean, it's a good problem to have though I guess. Though it was already hard to find bras in my size
It also really highlights the difference between injections and other methods. Even years of estrogen implants didn't do this, but a month of injections, and boom, boob growth
#trans #hrt #TransHealthcare
I just read @ErinInTheMorn’s Substack listicle on the top 5 US states for trans people (a welcome counter to all the recent horror stories about anti-trans legislation in the US)
In first place (spoiler!) is Washington state, and I was struck by this sentence:
‘The Seattle area alone boasts 34 separate informed consent gender-affirming care clinics, placing it among the regions with the highest number of clinics per capita’
In the UK, we don’t have an informed-consent model (yet) for trans healthcare
Instead we have psychiatrically gatekept gender identity clinics, and there are only about half as many of those in the whole of the UK (pop. 67 million) as there are informed-consent clinics in the Seattle area (pop. 4 million)!
Gender Incongruence: "Before 2013, the situation was even worse because people were then diagnosed with a clearly defined mental illness know as *gender identity disorder*. Yes indeed to qualify for hormone therapy you had to be certified by a psychiatrist as having a mental health problem. But how can affirming your own personal identity be a disease? Who is really suffering the dysphoria? Is it the client or is it the mental health professional, desperately trying to defend society's need to minimize the extent of gender diversity?"
... an extract from "A Guide To Transgender Health" (2019) by Rachel Ann Heath PhD (@Playcontra :heart_trans: on the birdsite) and Katie Wynn PhD, FRACP
Oh. My. Word.
I emailed a complaint to NHS England about the East of England Gender Service & TransPlus on 21st May 2023.
I've only just today (29th June 2023) received an acknowledgement of my complaint 🤦♀️
Off to a great start 🙃
Query for fellow trans / non-binary folks in the UK who want gender affirming healthcare via the NHS:
If the NHS actually offered world-class gender-affirming healthcare, what would you ask for? :TransHeart: :NonBinaryHeart:
Had my first blood test at my NHS GP since I blew up my shared care agreement between them & GenderCare earlier this year & moved entirely to DIY HRT.
I should get the results in a few working days 🤞
The trick to getting them to agree was sending an email to the practice manager, asking them to run it by the senior partner(s) & linking them to GMC guidance on patients self-medicating.
The state is “permanently enjoined” from enforcing the law, U.S. District Judge James Moody Jr. wrote in his decision.
James S. Moody Jr.: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_S._Moody_Jr.
* What Reddit was providing for me can broadly be summed up as:
• #LGBTQIA+ #memes, particularly #trans memes.
• Safe spaces for #neurodivergent folks.
• Safe spaces for folks to ask questions about being trans & #HRT (esp. #DIYHRT) queries.
• Detailed info / experiences on #TransHealthcare.
• Allowing me to help others where I can with my experiences & knowledge.
** Coffee and Estrogel ** It'd be my band name of choice I think. What with "Violent Femmes" already having been taken, right? 💃
The copious estradiol gel on the table represent a milestone in a 2 year journey. DIY HRT > NHS GP-bridging HRT and bloods > today is the first prescription via a shared-care (endo) agreement
I could have DIY-ed ongoing. I'm pretty knowledgeable on our endocrinology, as are other lovely folk here, I read our science :heart_trans:
But mentally? I feel this BIG weight off my shoulders finally sorting all this. Bloodtests in place, some serious detailed (practical) endo discussions 💜, breast screening scheduled before progesterone. The psychological and mental health benefits of support should *not* be underestimated
I'm not an HRT perfectionist. Give it time, I trust the process, I accept each of our bodies reacts different. Admin methods etc. The journey is ongoing
Today feels nice have this in place - to lose a burden
I don't believe in any planes of existence beyond this one.
That said, there's a special place in Hell for any trans folks who try to gatekeep / invalidate the healthcare that other trans folks get, or who try to invalidate non-binary folks 😡
Fuck the gatekeepers & fuck the transmedicalists 🖕
I will continue to support all my trans & non-binary siblings :TransHeart: :NonBinaryHeart:
Results from my Scottish 🏴 FOI Request to Public Health Scotland (PHS) requesting: "... the breakdowns for male-to-female and female-to-male for a couple of sample months, ideally November and December 2022" (same as NHS England and Wales)
Public Health Scotland reply included all this info and more:
- Annual gender marker changes between:
🔸 Sep 2020 to Sep 2021 was 353
🔸 Sep 2021 and Sep 2022 was 469
- Sample months gave:
Oct 2022 - Nov 2022 => 89
🔹 44 CHI records from male to female
🔹 45 from female to male
Nov 2022 - Dec 2022 => 44
🔹 19 CHI records had from male to female
🔹 25 from female to male
Ie. another hard datapoint supporting how equal the trans community is, and how trans mascs get written out of our TERF-island narrative here in the UK ...
Are you a GP? Do you know how to support trans patients?
We're hosting a free, online webinar for healthcare professionals to learn about supporting trans patients in primary care.
If you're a trans person and feel that your GP would benefit from this, please share it with them or your local practise.
Supported by Closed Captions, BSL interpreter available on request, just let us know on the form.
Registration closes 8th June: https://tinyurl.com/primarycaretranswebinar
THIS is exactly what you’re achieving when you donate to the Trans Healthcare Fund. Lives being saved, a real difference being made, change in the world ❤️
Together we can achieve this for more trans people and change their lives 🏳️⚧️🏳️⚧️🏳️⚧️
This is one in a sea of hundreds of such posts you have seen.
I am trans, suffer from extreme depressive disorder and just over one year sober.
I have crippling social anxiety. Finding work is a bit harder than it needs to be.
I would super appreciate help with rent, medical and quality of life.
Venmo/CashApp help is most immediate and useful.
I still really need $400 a.s.a.p. -I lost the overdraft protection I was given to medical. New medication was really expensive. $400 would cover costs for a few things and relieve pressure in general for about a month.
I have some in my gofundme towards my surgery, would be swell to have more to cover my FFS when that comes. There is a new time frame for this and it would be swell to have something secured before it gets too close.
My YouTube could help me get more cred and exposure. Please go Subscribe and share. Will up the chances of it growing better!
If you have any gig style job like voice acting, video edits, original music, graphic design (I am ok), writing for your OC or TTRPG or any number of things, let me know.
Seriously. I work fast and will be happy to work with anyone.
I have never had such a loving community. Never have had a community like this online. I would just drift alone in the cyber ocean. It now feels like I am traveling with some of you.
If you have other social networks, please repost to those. I do not use fb, insta, whats, tic, twit, snap or generally anything other than Youtube and this.
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My Venmo and CashApp will help with meds and living expenses. gofund me is most helpful for bigger stuff.
Much Love is felt! I have so much love for all of you!
Another big thanks to those that have helped me out so far!
It is wonderful to feel that support.
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If I can get a dozen donations to my gofundme/venmo/cashapp combined by10PM PST, I will post two nudes tomorrow afternoon.
Injected 0.13 mL of estradiol enanthate into the vastus lateralis muscle in my left thigh 😌
I have now added a reminder to my calendar for injections, so I can remember which leg I'm injecting into.
However, I'm still gonna keep posting it here each time though in the hopes of getting called a "good girl" :PleadingFaceWithRedHearts:
For any #trans :flag_transgender: person it can help, I was pointed to this wonderful summary on "Informed Consent" last year, by someone involved in setting up AusPATH. It's empowering, freed my mind, and set me on a path to fully own my healthcare (and my body). If it helps inspire even one other person too I'm happy ❤️ :heart_trans: 💖
Phrases like this ...
🔸 "Trans patients are the experts of their own lives and the final authority on their own gender"
🔸 "Working in partnership with trans people"
🔸 "Patients are often highly educated and aware of their hormone needs and goals"
🔸 "Without mental health specialist consultations where not indicated"
🔸 "Centre the trans person in the decision-making process"
🔸 "The principles of bodily integrity, bodily autonomy"
(Sorry, just emailing with my endo, and it recalled this tonight!)
The problems with the National Gender Service and their staff aren't new. Here's an account covering a decade, and how things have only gotten worse.
The only article touching on EPATH last week was the transphobic restaurant.
There was no articles on the leading transgender healthcare professional conference in Europe coming here with 500+ plus attendees, nor what was discussed.
Nor did anyone from HSE management or gender services attend.
Nice to see how much they care about actual trans issues.
At least myself and other grassroots activists in attendance got a lot out of it.
Hi folks 👋
I've come to accept that there's no chance of me getting trans healthcare from the NHS.
Even without the waitlists, the care provided is at best an afterthought & at worst wilfully restrictive.
As such, I'll be looking at ways to save more money to afford expensive private options.
This will sadly mean that I will have to stop sending financial aid to others 😔😭
How do other trans folks in England cope with:
• the ever-increasing GIC waitlists
• the substandard care even if you get seen
• the constant gatekeeping
• the misinformation
• the lack of surgery options (e.g., no FFS, VFS, BA or orchidectomy; outdated vaginoplasty techniques)
• limited laser / electrolysis funding
• uncooperative / uncaring GPs
I'm seriously asking 🥺
PSA / reminder
You don't need to take or want HRT to be a valid trans / non-binary person :TransHeart: :NonBinaryHeart:
However, if you DO want to start HRT in a gatekeeping country without informed consent like the UK, I've got some details on how to access this in this pinned thread of mine 👇
My DMs are also always open for further queries 📧
People often talk about gender confirming care. I want people to know about gender dysphoric care. If your body is young and isn’t producing sex hormones and you don’t have a gender, any care is gender dysphoric. The best you can hope for is a doctor who accepts your lack of gender and is willing to adjust hormone doses until you are kind of ok
I suppose there's no time like the present to do a proper introduction post...
Hi, we're GenderGP 👋 We believe that care for trans and gender diverse people should be accessible and easy, so that's what we set out to do. We're here to remove barriers, not build them.
We provide online services including counselling, documentation support and HRT (plus more) for trans folk.
Oh yeah, and #TransRightsAreHumanRights
🏳️⚧️ Another payday has passed and the weekend is coming up! So before you spend all your monies on coffee or booze, could I kindly ask you to toss a few coins into my top surgery fundraiser? 😊 Or, you know, maybe share the link with disgustingly wealthy people, if you know any (the ones I know usually just ignore trans fundraisers so make of that what you will). 😉