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“He said he needed litter.” “And cat food,” Alex added.“Pittsburgh is up there on the list for good doctors and cancer treatments and, you know, pretty much if you need it, it can be done in Pittsburgh, or that’s what most people think,” he said.“Except when you’re transgender.” Pittsburgh received high marks for LGBT-friendly policies, according to the Human Rights Campaign, but not all members of the community feel the city has enough resources.“If there are complications, you have to go back to those cities.” A portrait of Alex and Jess Welker in their dining room taken during a church directory photography event.The two were married once in 2012, which Jess calls their "illegal" wedding, because both she and Alex (formerly Jennifer) were identifying as female at the time and same-sex marriage was not yet legal in Pennsylvania.
He said providers in Pittsburgh at the time weren’t confident about how much testosterone to give him, and eventually, he decided to start receiving medical care elsewhere at the Mazzoni Center in Philadelphia.