Binders for transmasculine, nonbinary, and gender-nonconforming folks

For transgender and gender-nonconforming people who choose to bind—the compression of chest tissue to create a flat appearance—shopping online for binders can be an overwhelming yet affirming experience. In a 2017 study of 1,800 transmasculine adults, participants reported decreased gender dysphoria, anxiety, depression, and overall improved mood after binding. Since there are often obstacles and health risks to binding, accessibility, safety and comfort are imperative.


Author: showrunner