𝕯𝖆𝖗𝖐 𝕼𝖚𝖊𝖊𝖗 😈
𝕯𝖆𝖗𝖐 𝕼𝖚𝖊𝖊𝖗 😈
Dark Yehaw 💜🌙🌑🪐
Me: ugh, disphoria :(
My friend: hey, you look good all day, everyday
Me: I know that, that doesn’t take my tiddies away
Trans people who are in systems and struggle with their non-cis identity because of it:
Yes, you are a part of a whole. And maybe that does affect your relationship with gender, who knows?
But your relationship with your gender is still just as valid and just as deserving of respect as everyone else’s.
Trauma doesn’t invalidate you, being a system member doesn’t stop you from deserving support.
I see you. I hear you. You’ve got this.
(exclusionists and ableists dni)
i think my favorite thing about myself is that i have an uncanny ability to catch people staring at me and looking confused,
Őszintén nem tudom eldönteni, hogy az agyam most velem vagy ellenem van. Minden stressz ellenére, a vizsga, a gyakorlat, hogy jól teljesítsek, elkezdtem megkérdőjelezni a nemi identitásomat. Vagyis nem egészen pontosan egyik napról a másikra, valahogyan mindig is éreztem hogy valami ‘nem 100-as’, de így hogy állítolagosan kezd benőni a fejem lágya, az a maradék agyi kapacitásomat is lefoglalja (és sajnos az sem segít, hogy senkivel komolyan nem tudom megbeszélni, mert szinte látom magam előtt a szituációt hogyan is menne ez le). Szóval most úgy a nő és az enby közé tenném magam, de semmi sem biztos. Komoly beszélgetés előtt állok magammal.
Hey there non-binary pals!
So I’m curious, for those of you that identify as non-binary but don’t identify as trans, why is that?
I myself am enby and am perfectly comfortable with the trans label, but I know what’s not true for everyone and I just genuinely like to hear from others who have differing opinions.
So yeah if you feel like sharing, let me know your opinions on whether you do or don’t ID as trans and why.
Hope you’re all having a lovely day! :)
Mood rn: 🥺🥺 cuddles please
a friendly reminder that AFAB trans and nonbinary people can wear makeup and skirts and dresses and use she/her pronouns and have feminine names and like pink and they’re still trans/nonbinary and deserve respect :))
Also how do I change my content and how I advertise as I’m evolving and changing? I’ve built my brand as like ~sexy fairy girl~ but I’m feeling less and less ~girl~ and idk what to do.
I don’t wanna alienate my customer base… But at the same time I want to be authentically me.
Idk idk just tryna get thoughts down somewhere
Reminder that there’s a BIG difference in asking about the race/sexuality/gender of someone you know and of someone you just met or don’t know well.
I can’t tell you how many times people I barley know have asked me about my ethnic origins. I’m not out yet, but I guess I dress queer enough that I’ve gotten some poorly veiled questions about my sexuality.
If a friend wants to know any of these things about me, I’ll tell them. If someone is respectfully asking for my pronouns, I’ll tell them. But if someone is just trying to figure out which of their societal boxes to shove me in, all they’re gonna get is a sarcastic response.
I’m a person. I don’t need strangers categorizing me to fit their black and white narrative.
Guess who’s back on Animal Crossing
changing your name should cost the price of a bottle of white out, not hundreds of dollars
Mirror mirror on the wall
What you show me isn’t fair at all
That reflection isn’t me
There’s someone else I’d rather see
crying over my spanish work because I dont know if I want to be an amigo or an amiga like why is spanish online lessons just adding to my gender crisis
we had to recreate a piece for art class. this was my first time drawing on a beard i tried lol but i love it.
okay so i’ve just made this blog because i’m struggling too much with pronouns, identity and all gender stuff?? and i thought having a place where i could talk about it and use they/them pronouns without anyone misgendering me or even i hiding my pronouns to other people to avoid any bad comment.
so yeah, i’m ayla, i’m 18 years old and i’m currently going by they/them pronouns <3
leaf muncher aka me :333