The thinned/lightening of body/facial hair is definitely a thing early on HRT. If you want to talk to someone whose been through it you can PM me on G+ in case you haven't already had the opportunity.
I think Bill Nye did very well in the debate as far as getting his message out and showing what science is to an audience that has been miseducated on it. From the "who won" standpoint, Nye avoided logical and rhetorical fallacies for the most part while Ham used one nearly every time he opened his mouth. So with that in mind from a formal debate point of view Ham lost handily. Whether that matters in the scheme of persuading the audience or not? I think those who noticed are already better educated than those that typically follow someone like Ham.
+highlander723 your response is incoherent and asks me questions I already provided answers to in my rebuttal to you. Please reread what I said then respond again otherwise I'll have to assume you're either a troll or simply a liar
Just as the religious right began learning in 1998 that legislating against marriage equality was a winning issue for them, the current attempt to repeal A.B. 1266 is effectively a test marketing of a new brand of anti-LGBT hate. If they win, you can expect a wave of bills targeting transgender people.
If you want to learn about a transgender person's history, the process of transition, what we go through, take a human sexuality course. If you want to know about who we are as people ask us. Its never ok to ask someone about their genitals in a public forum unless they said "Hey, talk to me about my genitals" Also while the "trapped in another body" is a fun and easy media cliche its not accurate.
+Stefani Banerian There. Is. No. Issue. None. Zero. Oh my god, he asked questions that may have been hard to answer.... well, how the fuck else do you think youll get people to give a damn in the first place? She, you, and apparently others lack the basic concept of how to get people to care in the first place.