Mistress Krista authors the first book on transfeminism!
Holy Pencil Neck, Batman! Check out the latest installment in Mistress Krista’s continuing series on training for visual mass.
Mistress Krista talks about the links between exercise and depression, and how to use that knowledge to manage your personal stressload.
Like Bailey, James Cantor of the Clarke Institute in Toronto has developed a taxonomy of trans people that defies reality. Mistress Krista and Pandora report on a lecture by Cantor.
Mistress Krista reviews two recently published books on providing HIV and substance abuse care to transgender people: Walter Bockting and Sheila Kirk’s collection, Transgender and HIV: Risks, Prevention, and Care, and Dana G. Finnegan and Emily B. McNally’s Counseling Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Substance Abusers.
What do you do to get or stay fit when you have limited mobility? Mistress Krista gives great practical advice to people with chronic and degenerative conditions and injuries.
Orgasms and getting rid of silicone. Not necessarily in that order.
If you’re concerned about strength but don’t want to get bigger, Mistress Krista has a routine for you, with programs appropriate to transwomen with and without orchiectomy and estrogen supplementation.
Mistress Krista reports on a time-based (rather than repetition-based) exercise routine that is designed make you not only bigger, but fitter and stronger.
What are feminist and transgender theorists saying about transgender health care? How can the theories be put into practice in guiding health care policies? Mistress Krista answers these and other questions.