K: I agree that there is a difference between a triggering post and a post that mentions something that is bad for you. There is also a difference between a post that goes out of the way to promote said bad thing as something you should do, and a post that is mentioning the issue and highlighting it as a problem some of us go through.
I doubt that the followers of this blog read that post you are referring to and thought “What a great idea! I’ll hold my pee next time” the response was most probably “I sometimes hold it like this person as I’m scared of using [gendered] toilet. I know it’s not good for me but…” or something similar.
We all know of the health issues that we face due to the struggles we have or things we must/feel we need to do in order to survive/feel safe etc. But that alone does not make it any easier. Your attitude of “I don’t care how you feel, suck it up and just pee” is rather unsympathetic and you need to understand that it is not that simple or easy for some of us to do. In an ideal world we would be able to “just pee” but unfortunately some of us can’t and rather than tell people you don’t care and they should just do it is rather unhelpful.
I’m sorry that you feel you cannot follow this blog anymore and if anything has ever triggered or offended you.
This blog has always contained this type of content and I feel it’s important to not censor certain issues. If you feel you are not able to read posts that are honest and bring light to a range of issues we face then I agree that this blog is not for you. Because after-all this blog is “You Know You’re Trans* When…” which clearly suggests that it will feature these things.