This wiki contains everything a budding mad (gender) scientist needs to further their work! Specifically, the driving goals behind this wiki are to:
Educate ourselves about the biology underlying transition and developmental sex differentiation.
Postulate and collect a compendium of hypothetical treatments that warrant further research.
Reduce harm by bringing together official standards of care for gender identities and intersex conditions.
Enable access to needed information freely to those who require help navigating the systems.
Provide a forum for people whom these conditions affect the most to become more educated and involved in the processes of their treatments, advancing healthcare ourselves!
The enbyfication category contains a list of all our pages that have elements which are not necessarily specific to either masculinization or feminization. Though we do understand many individuals identifying as non-binary may make use of the information from other categories.
The feminization category contains a list of all our pages relevant to the phenomenon of feminization, which can be useful for people wishing to research ways to feminize themselves as well as those who wish to understand more about how puberty feminizes the body.
The masculinization category contains a list of all our pages relevant to the phenomenon of masculinization, which can be useful for people wishing to research ways to masculinize themselves as well as those who wish to understand more about how puberty masculinizes the body.
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Please be cautious, this isn't medical advice! We do our best to make sure this information is accurate and well researched but it is publicly edited by people who may or may not be professionals. Do not assume any of this website's information is correct until you have verified it through more reputable sources first. If you are unsure about a specific fact here, try checking any citations it has for more answers. Or if you do your own further research to verify a fact, please add any relevant citations you find to help other researchers who may have wondered the same thing!
Prior to phalloplasty or after vaginoplasty you may still need pap smears!
Below are all the portals to our content categories, where many of our articles are filed away. Many of these subjects have yet to be filled in, so if a link isn't working that is probably the case. If you have something you want to contribute here feel free to start an article yourself and help fill in the blanks!