GnRH modulating drugs have been around for quite a while, primarily being used in cases of precocious puberty, i.e. when puberty begins as young as 6 or 7. There’s also a condition known as Kallman Syndrome which is a congenital impaired functioning of GnRH or its receptor, and aside from certain developmental issues… Read more
Children don’t actually medically transition. When you’re talking about single digit ages, it’s a purely social transition. Medication comes into play with the first signs of puberty beginning, at which point they take something called a gonadotropin releasing hormone agonist, which stops the production of luteinizing… Read more
So I watched the special last week, as background noise to whatever work I was doing ... and Tig Nataro, who I had never seen (I’ve listened to a lot of comedy radio though) has been in every single dream I’ve had since.
Two nights ago, she had a bag of hats from the San Francisco Seafood Company, she opened them up to… Read more
I don’t have any that beautiful, most of the autocorrects I suffer are in my little group chat and a lot are from the inability of our phones to accept Korean names. To the point that we gave up and now we just accept that there are singers called Dungeon, Hospital, Ringo, Donut. None of us can type either and my…
It was so sweet of him to try. I think it might make him a bit more appreciative of the work that I do in the kitchen nearly every day. :)
Yes! I lost serious pounds from post-break-up "too sad to eat" depression. By the next time I saw my ex and his best friend, I was feeling strong and looking hot. The best friend said "Dayum, girl! You lost a shit-ton of weight!" To which I replied (while holding eye-contact with the ex), "Yeah, I had a 180-pound… Read more