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You’re not the first to be in this situation, thankfully!
Partners of gender-questioning, genderqueer and transgendered people have written about their experiences online for many years.
We’re gathering their stories here for your to look through.
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My husband’s sex change | Society | The Guardian
This is a great article that outlines the Transgender experience from the point of view of partners.
Unwrapping the Onion: Introduction
Who am I?
The writer of the article is a christian partner of a transgendered person, moving from male to female.
In their blog, the writer speaks of her misgivings and investigations regarding trans people, and the slow process of coming to terms with the change her husband is going through.
Note: This article speaks of the process of understanding and living through a gender transition. It is also helpful for the partners of Gender-questioning and Genderqueer people.
This video has part of an interview with the author of “My husband Betty” and “She’s not the husband I married”.
It covers the experience of the author and her partner who began a journey from questioning their gender to full gender transition.
Note: we do not have any affiliation with the Genderlife website.
This video has the partner of a male to female transperson speaking directly to camera about their experiences of loving their partner regardless.
Note: while the partner speaks of their transitioned partner who has gone from male to female, it is nonetheless relevant for gender-questioning and genderqueer people.
This video has interviews with partners of gender questioning, cross dressing men and other people.
It’s a discussion around the affects on relationships and the path people sometimes find themselves upon.
This radio interview is around a group in America which supports the partners of people who are gender-questioning, genderqueer or transgender.