Category: trans

I Fell In Love With The First Girl I Dated Aft…

I Fell In Love With The First Girl I Dated After Coming Out:

thetrevorproject:

“I didn’t have an explanation for myself, let alone anyone else. I did not want to take apart the person I’d spent twenty-eight years becoming only to find that I couldn’t make anything solid from what was left” 💗

If you or someone you know is in crisis, we’re here to support you 24/7 at: 866.488.7386 🌟 Text and chat available at: TrevorProject.org/Help 📲

upandoutcomic: Preorders for my book Super La…

upandoutcomic:

Preorders for my book Super Late Bloomer are up on Amazon- thanks to everyone who’s ordered it so far! ❤️
https://www.amazon.com/Super-Late-Bloomer-Early-Transition/dp/1449489621

I Fell In Love With The First Girl I Dated Aft…

I Fell In Love With The First Girl I Dated After Coming Out:

thetrevorproject:

“I didn’t have an explanation for myself, let alone anyone else. I did not want to take apart the person I’d spent twenty-eight years becoming only to find that I couldn’t make anything solid from what was left” 💗

If you or someone you know is in crisis, we’re here to support you 24/7 at: 866.488.7386 🌟 Text and chat available at: TrevorProject.org/Help 📲

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Redefining the Dandy: The Asexual Man of Fashion

Daria Kerschenbaum is an asexual writer and artist working in New York City. You can follow her on Instagram @Daria_Kersch.

Dandies appeared on the page, stage, and European streets beginning in the nineteenth century, reaching into the twentieth century. Although these men were slaves to fashion, they pioneered a new mode of queer expression still emulated today, both in gender expression and in lifestyle. (Read Full Article)

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melpaisleyart: i usually end up goreing my se…

melpaisleyart:

i usually end up goreing my self portraits, but i’m trying to be kinder. i’m trying to keep in mind that is okay that some boys can come with additional assembly required.  

i made this out of prison letters from my father and my mother’s old makeup from the 80′s, all cut paper and angry ink, trying to be softer with myself. i feel more like me in these layers and these parts than in a simple picture of a face i wear that does not yet feel like mine.

love ya’ll, be good to eachother, be good to yourself. we all have our own pace.

Hundreds turn out for Scotland’s first ever Tr…

Hundreds turn out for Scotland’s first ever Transgender Pride:

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So awesome!

autostraddle: via Trans Day of Visibility Rou…

autostraddle:

via Trans Day of Visibility Roundtable: Letters to the Trans People Who Shaped Us

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wodneswynn:

Let’s spend today remembering Lou Sullivan, gay trans man, author, and political activist, the stone-cold sumbitch responsible for getting heterosexuality removed as a requirement for medical transition.  After testing positive for HIV, he wrote in his diary, “I took a certain pleasure in informing
the gender clinic that even though their program told me I could not
live as a gay man, it looks like I’m going to die like one.”

a friend and boy
June 16, 1951 – March 2, 1991

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makingqueerhistory:

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1. Cool Rewards

Whatever you pledge, you can get awards like stickers, notebooks, and tote bags. At all levels, you get a personalized thank you, early access to the podcast, space at the monthly Skype hangout, and our eternal love. 

2. More Original Content

We love creating articles and podcast for everyone to learn from and enjoy. Sometimes we even have the pleasure of bringing in guest authors!

3. Less Stress = More Focus

The less we have to stress about funds, the more we can focus on content, support, and expansion.

4. The ability to support more queer projects + creators

More patrons mean we can bring in more guest writers to give their unique perspectives and interests. It also means we can support and share more queer-led projects each month. As we grow, we want our community and fellow creators to grow with us.

5. Ability to brainstorm and release new concepts

The more time we’re able to focus solely on this project, the more time we can brainstorm new ways to uplift, empower, educate, and support our community with new and exciting projects!

6. Expand Our Team

The more funding we have, the more folks we can bring into the project. That means new and better quality content. One of this project’s goals is to bring in more team members.

7. Higher Quality Content

The more time, training, and skills we can invest, the better quality content we can produce.

8. Bi-Monthly Chat

Another Patreon goal is to start a bi-monthly chat with all of our patrons!

9. Expansion

We’ve managed to start a website, bring in guest authors, launch various initiatives like Foster a Library, Project of the Month, and #MQHArtContest. We’d love to expand further in 2018!

10. Spreading Queer History

We run a series of articles and a podcast that work to tell the stories of the queer communities history. Above all else, that’s what it’s about; telling those stories not just to learn about our past, but to look toward the future.

Learning queer history is great, but making queer history is far greater.

Dating a Trans Person Changed My Partner’s Lif…

Dating a Trans Person Changed My Partner’s Life:

transstudent:

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