This document was created by QMUNITY. It is for anyone who has had a difficult relationship with their chest and has decided to do something to feel better about it. The goal of this document is to help you find a way to love your chest that is both physically and emotionally healthy. For some, loving their chest means binding carefully and intentionally. For others, it may mean having surgery and learning how to take care of your whole body and wellbeing as you recover. For some, loving their chest may mean finding clothing that expresses their gender rather than the sex assigned to them at birth. Loving yourself is a powerful way to stand up against transphobia, transmisogyny, and queerphobia.
I <3 my chest: a chest resource for trans folk