"This is ridiculous that there are this many barriers for someone to open a clinic to provide something that is legal, something that’s normal medical care."
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“It’s ironic to me, in a really sad way, because so much of transphobia and transmisogyny is focused on the genitalia of a person, and in this instance our reproductive organs suddenly don't matter."
A lengthy document I signed upon my arrival to the emergency room acted as a general consent to treatment—but it meant that I was given antibiotics I didn't need and that my insurance refused to cover.
Starting in 2021, many insurance plans will be required to offer PrEP, plus all necessary lab work and clinic visits, without deductibles or co-pays.
The Transgender Respect and Dignity Act, or SB 132, will allow all transgender people to be housed in accordance with their own perception of health and safety.