By Audrey Arndt

Audrey Arndt is a transwoman, an independent web developer, and an LGBTQI and Deaf rights advocate in her 30s living in Nashville, TN. She has two cats, she crochets things, she wants a Cthulhu tramp stamp, and she occasionally makes with the funny.

  1. The Toast's previous coverage of trans* issues can be found here. Let me start this off by saying that I am a woman and that is how I identify 95% of the time. Female is how I present myself to the world and it is usually nobody's business what kind of business I have in my panties. Even my driver's license says “female” and those things don't lie about anything except my weight. Unfortunately,…

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  2. The Toast's previous coverage of trans* issues can be found here. This installment was brought to you by a reader. At the time of this writing, I have been transitioning for three years almost to the day. I say “transitioning” as though I mean it in the active sense, but there definitely came a point along the way when I stopped trying to conform to the ideal of womanhood and just started living…

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