trans-parenting:

And for those of you who are more visual.  Here are some comic representations of dysphoria and/or pieces of it.

From top to bottom:
Becoming Me
Transgirl Next Door
Manic Pixie Girl
GQUTIE

tokihamais:

transparent porl for your blog

tokihamais:

transparent porl for your blog

babybowsers:

me: *petting a cat* nice

cat: *bathes self where i touched it*

me: image

Sept. 17 1:10 pm

dynastylnoire:

justice4mikebrown:

WHOA

crimson-sun:

Doodle

cudl:

I am the opposite gender. I am the infinite, negative gender. I am the all-seeing black hole gender. I’ll destroy everything

mamzoh:

i’d like to know what this is trying to explain

mamzoh:

i’d like to know what this is trying to explain

missvoltairine:

the problem people have with the concept of “monosexual privilege” isn’t the idea that you can be privileged on one axis and marginalized on others, like, we get it. The problem is that you are positing with the concept of “monosexual privilege” that gay and lesbian people are privileged FOR BEING GAY AND LESBIAN, which is impossible, you cannot be privileged AND oppressed on the SAME AXIS, you cannot be privileged for a thing that you are oppressed for. There is no “gay and lesbian privilege”, just like there is no “LGBT privilege” or no “woman privilege” or no “disability privilege” and so on. There are varying degrees and terms of EXPERIENCES within specific marginalizations, specifically of those marginalizations, because that is how individual experience works. 

Gay and lesbian people can be biphobic, but they are not uniquely biphobic and they are not solely or even primarily responsible for biphobia, because the root of biphobia is homophobia, which straight people have the market on, sorry to say. Acknowledging that is important and it’s impossible to acknowledge that when you insist on erasing the systemic differences between gay and straight people by calling them all “monosexuals” with “monosexual privilege”. 

There are accepted revolutions, revolutions which are called revolutions; there are refused revolutions, which are called riots.
Les Miserables Volume 5, Book 1, Chapter 20 (via thepeverellthree)

charmancler:

i’ve never met nicki minaj but i trust her

ofmicnmen:

My favorite women of Afro Punk 2K14. It was really hard to pick just 10.

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shaburdies:

Glinda! Is it true - you were her friend?

Well… it depends what you mean by “friend”. I did know her. That is, our paths did cross. At school…