A trans army soldier talks about coping with gender dysphoria while on duty and trying to feel like a woman.
He also shows the hormones he takes to transition which our tax dollars pay for.
The Biden administration reversed its predecessor’s ban on trans people in the military amid historically low recruitment.
The Pentagon has extended special privileges to transgender service members including exemptions from readiness requirements and even the obligation to deploy, according to a new memo published by The Dossier on Tuesday.
Transgender servicemembers may secure a waiver from both grooming and uniform standards in order to obtain the “real life experience” deemed necessary to continue with medical transition, according to the 34-page document, which is not classified but was not previously available to the public and represents updated guidance as of February.
They may also obtain a waiver from physical fitness standards if experiencing negative side effects from hormone treatment, and these waivers can be renewed every six months.