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orquidia · 10 minutes ago
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I made doc hudson gijinka, because i am insane but trans rights i guess
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cutie-josie · 18 minutes ago
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New Dress
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universal-crane · 29 minutes ago
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its so sad not being out to ur family and having so many Trans Jokes to tell but no one to tell them to
like i was talking to my mom a few years ago (during the military ban) about women being drafted into the army because equality or whatever and she was like “i get it but i admit i felt more safe when i was sure none of my daughters could be drafted” and the urge to respond “im still safe” was so strong i had to actually stop it from coming out of my mouth automatically
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retro-system · 30 minutes ago
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Tbh I've been feeling bad cuz I haven't worn my binder recently and feeling like I'm fakin being trans but then I remembered that I've been wearing it for 2 years and that it's basicly a glorified sports bra at this point so now I'm feelin less that and I'm getting a new one!! It's white this time instead of a skintone that is close to mine. I wish I could of bought the binder with the trans flag on it but well, it costs more and I am POOR.
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nothorses · 49 minutes ago
Same anon as the one who sent that last one you answered. You don't need to respond to this publicly, but I did wanna say I definitely agree that GNC transmascs also have their own issues, like, transmeds primarily affect GNC transmascs for example. I definitely didn't mean for it to come off like I was undermining the problems that they face, I just wanted to add my two cents with having issues with being expected to be feminine. Though it's possible you understood this and were just further clarifying just in case, but also just in case, I wanted it to be clear that that was absolutely not my intention. Thank you for answering my question anyway though! I think that's some very good insight on why this is an issue.
That's fair! I try not to make assumptions here, I just also really want to avoid giving the impression here that I think gnc transmascs are somehow the majority, have it easier, etc.
It's a tricky balance. I want voices to be heard, and I try to make this blog a platform for those voices; especially when they're talking about experiences I don't see talked about very often. But I do have to be careful that folks know where I'm coming from- because this is still my blog- and don't take those kinds of posts as an indication that I hate them or want to silence them, too.
I appreciate you clarifying and understanding. I think your experiences are valid, and your voice needs to be heard; I just want to be clear about who's to blame for those things, because it's definitely not other transmascs. Not because I think you're implying otherwise, but because I don’t want anyone to feel like I‘m implying that, or would allow that implication to go unchecked here.
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nothorses · 58 minutes ago
I only started to relate to 'born in the wrong body' when I realised that's the only way that cis people will have the slightest bit of compassion for us. Even though having that mindset makes me really hate myself. In reality, I conceptualise my gender as being defined by my 'soul'. In my heart I know I am a boy, my being is male even if anatomically I am not. But saying that gets you nothing but ridicule, so I have to force a narrative upon myself which makes me miserable for the slightest chance of bare tolerance. No hate to people who truly feel that way of course. Tbh, cis people constantly denying that I am a man makes me question my sanity. I can't ever convince them. I know I don't have to, but seeing mocking comments everywhere, from everyone, that I'll always be a woman, when my soul tells me I am not, makes me feel like I'm losing it. Sorry for the rant, thank you for giving myself and others the space to talk, I appreciate you.
That's extremely valid, and it is absolutely a struggle to get cis people to accept that we are who we say we are regardless of how they perceive us. I think it's important for us to advocate for all trans needs, and for the idea of gender along the lines of what you've talked about; we need to make space for trans folks who feel their bodies are a vital part of the equation, and we need to make space for trans folks who feel their bodies are exactly what they should be without needing any changes.
Ideally, our genders are seen as inherently valid regardless of presentation and transition, *and* transition resources are viewed and treated as a medical necessity for those who want it. I don't think that's exactly a controversial or unique take in trans activism either, but given the conversion on my blog lately, I want to make it explicit what I'm advocating for.
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franklong12 · 59 minutes ago
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NCAA Says It 'Unequivocally' Supports Transgender Student-Athletes In the middle of a wave of costs looking......Read the rest by clicking the link below! https://worldwidetweets.com/ncaa-says-it-unequivocally-supports-transgender-student-athletes/?feed_id=47366&_unique_id=6075102811d28
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yerawizxrd · an hour ago
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can we just say that minor actors who were barely on the screen for 5 minutes or less took their time to say their beliefs & stuff
these people are just saints
i think i might love you
right so, time to get into this mess!
(and possibly get hated on, who knows?)
I AM A NONBINARY.
& i must admit, seeing what the author of my favorite series since i was alive said, that hurt.
yeah, it’s not uncommon to see stuff like that, but that was someone that i wanted to be like.
but you know, life sucks, and it’s full of disapointments — just get over it, though it doesn’t stop hurting.
& honestly, now that she who must not be named said that, it really opened up the awful things that she put in her writing.
the amount of stereotyping and stuff was so much, there wasn’t much representation of anything other than the more “useful” or “powerful” kind of people.
if there were, it was just stereotypes of them.
nonbinaries have been alive since forever, lbgqt+ people have been alive since forever, trans people have been alive since forever, colored people have been alive since forver, people with mental health issues have been alive since forever, people who are confused with everything about them have been alive since FOREVER.
i do not care if you want to argue with me, and say that i am wrong — that there are representations of different kind of people, or they aren’t just all sterotypes.
why? because if you looked into the stories, and actually met different kind of people, compared them — you would see how wrong it is.
now, t*m felton.
oh, yes, the ferret’s actor.
i didn’t like anything about him, always thought there was something about him. i tried to look deeper, yet the feeling was always there.
listen, i don’t care if you find him hot. that doesn’t mean you can justify EITHER of their actions — both the ferret and it’s actor.
because not admitting that trans people or nonbinary people are real, means your losing your fanbase. you’re trying to ignore people’s existence.
and doing that, it’s not okay. you are grown people, act like one.
don’t act like a kid having a tantrum being told that santa claus isn’t real.
it’s not anything hard, they are REAL. it’s not santa claus, or the tooth fairy.
i mean i guess you could find them attractive, but don’t justify a person’s actions just because of their looks. ( t.f / d.m )
and don’t justify a person’s actions just because you like them or their work. ( jkr )
idk if that’s it, but my brain feels like it’s fried.
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my-gender-is · an hour ago
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My gender is how pecs are squishy like boobs
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cosmosempiterno · an hour ago
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Hay mujeres con pene.
Hay hombres con vagina.
Respeta wn
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fy-exo · an hour ago
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210413 XingTweetTRANS
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chronicallyunlaconic · an hour ago
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Being a trans minor is weird because you’ll see conservative fear mongerers going “THE LIBS ARE PUTTING FIVE YEAR OLD CHILDREN ON ESTROGEN” which isn’t true, but when people try to counteract it, they do so by saying “no!! Trans minors can’t get ANY gender-affirming care ANYWHERE in the US until they’re AT LEAST sixteen!!” And...I never want to correct them bc I know they mean well but, as someone who started T a month before my fifteenth birthday, I know that is also not true.
On one hand, yes, it is important to emphasize that it’s incredibly hard for trans minors in the US to get on hormones (and even harder in other countries). But on the other hand, we should not be giving misinformation to trans minors about what their options are. There are a lot of teens out there who may have the opportunity to get gender-affirming care without knowing it. Spreading the idea that there’s one single age limit throughout the entire country will make lots of them give up without realizing that they have options.
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genderfae-firestar · an hour ago
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I made some neopronouns flags!! I couldn't find any that I particularly liked so I made some of my own! I'll make a part 2 as well :)
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bi ~ pan
lesbian ~ gay
trans ~ nby
part 1 ~ part 2
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estravenai · an hour ago
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So, I found the perfect chair for queer people. Facebook ads know me scary well.
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cowardnthief · an hour ago
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yeah i’m trans
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If I was ever able to grow facial hair I would want sideburns like these, sideburns is my dream and if I ever start on testosterone this will be mee
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my-gender-is · an hour ago
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my gender is 2005 pete wentz
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transtranscendence · an hour ago
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J.M. Sepriano
February 13, 2017, in Philippines
We will not be silenced. We must fight back against transphobia. For J.M.
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transtranscendence · an hour ago
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Nampuang
February 12, 2017, in Sena, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya, Thailand
We will not be silenced. We must fight back against transphobia. For Nampuang.
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