Month: January 2021

In the top center, white text set against a pink backdrop reads “Trans and Caffeinated. The Podcast.” Underneath this text is an image of Felix, a Vietnamese-American trans masculine person, stands between two large green plants. They have short, dark hair, a light blue, floral-collared, button down shirt, and rust-colored pants. They’re leaning one arm on a white planter, with a subtle smile aimed toward the camera. “Felix Tran (he/they).” Underneath this square, against a pink backdrop, is white text reading “...on cancel culture, being horny, and softvelvetboy.” Behind the photo on the left side is a vertical light blue square.

Trans and Caffeinated, Episode 13: Felix Tran (he/they) on cancel culture, being horny, and softvelvetboy

You can listen to Felix Tran on cancel culture, being horny, and softvelvetboy on:AnchoriTunes (Apple Podcasts)SpotifyOvercastPocket CastsRadio PublicRSS Feed SOCIAL@softvelvetboy@coffeeatlarge@fuelcoffeeseattle @union_coffee_ LINKSsoftvelvetboyLiving Artists Collective Transcription (trans cription…) Arielle: Have you heard of Felix Tran? …no? Well, that’s surprising! Felix is a Seattle-based, Vietnamese-American, transgender artist voted most likely to have huge bursts of energy at 1:00 …

Trans and Caffeinated, Episode 13: Felix Tran (he/they) on cancel culture, being horny, and softvelvetboy Read More »

Arielle, a white trans woman with medium-length brown hair, holds two orange CVS pill bottles in front of her. She smiles and holds her body on an angle. She's inside of a Starbucks, standing in front of a wall stocked with bags of coffee.

On Trans Feminine Healthcare: 5+ Super Relevant Tidbits the Doc Failed to Mention

Relevant information, tips, and tricks that I’ve learned by navigating medical transition as a trans feminine non-binary person. Some of this information is also relevant to trans masculine and/or other non-binary experiences (in many of the examples I list, trans masculine folks experience a near inverse of what I describe), while some is far too specific to be applicable.

Trans & Caffeinated Scroll to Top