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If this is the first post of mine you have seen then hello, I’m Magz, A queer nonbinary 18 year old that would like to start working in freelance art and youtube as soon as possible to also move out of my current home situation (as I am misgendered often and cannot express my queerness freely)

Still at around 170$ dollars out of my 2000$ dollar goal (For a new pc and other video/art equipment, for example markers, program lisences, mircophone, etc).

I don’t have much artistic inspiration lately cause of final stress but none of my platforms are getting any (or at least not much) attention and its becoming very very de-motivating. (I’m not blaming my watchers as I know interacting with someones art can be very imtimidating or that you simply might not find my work interesting)

So I’m going to be uploading redbubble designs of mine (read: upload a ton of them a day to maybe get some type of traction) (I unfortunately still do not have my back acc and id sorted out so I cannot make any money via my redbubble yet but I have these rebubble commissions (which I accept points for)
https://www.deviantart.com/casanova-mew/art/Redbubble-Commissions-OPEN-853317907

I also post custom grids/adopts on this side deviantart account: (Which can also be bought with points!)
https://www.deviantart.com/casanova-adopt/gallery

If you don’t want to do the above but still want to support then you can share this on social media (Do not feel obligated to support, I dont want to force anyone)

here is my store for when it goes live (hopefully soon)
https://www.redbubble.com/people/Casanova-mew/shop?asc=u

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Been absent from Tumblr for a while, but I’m back to share with you some cool horns I made!!

Made them for my dragon fae OC, Lyness Rowen. But they make for a cool faun look as well 😊

They’re made out of foam clay with al-foil in the middle to form the general spiral shape. And attached to my head using clips, clipped onto a soft fabric headband.


(Image description: the first two images are of a young person with glasses and short scruffy black hair wearing curved rams horns that are black and gold. The third picture is the same person with horns but with black face paint streaked/dripping down aer face from aer eyes and mouth. The forth picture is just of the ram horns by themselves on a grey background. The colours of the horns are more clear in this picture showing black, gold and red and browns.)

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It’s not weird at all, that’s why I posted it on here! I am DEFINITELY gonna document the process on my blog, to answer the easiest question. I have my first voice lesson tomorrow over Zoom with my choir director and I’ll be sharing her insights as they come, as well as any issues/effects T has on my voice.

My biggest tactic moving forward is to sing through the voice changes. During puberty, a lot of cis men who were previously vocalists stop singing because they are embarrassed with voice cracks and squeaks. This same cracking and squeaky happens during T puberty as well. Continuing to sing during the transition of your voice even through discomfort (not pain, if it hurts you should not be doing it!) and cracking will help maintain your upper register.

I’m a first soprano who has always sang higher than everyone around me. I may lose some of my egregiously high notes, but I hope through diligence I’ll be able to keep them. And it’s not unheard of to do so! Vocalist Dimash Kudaibergen is a trans man who absolutely kills those soprano notes.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PzO6wxtCCfs

Losing my singing voice was the biggest barrier to starting medical transition for me, so I completely understand the fear of losing it. And I still might! But I’m gonna fight tooth and nail and work hard with weekly lessons to keep it going.

I don’t know if you know, but the reason voice changes happen is that the presence of testosterone in the body thickens the vocal chords and cartilage in the larynx. When you sing, stretching your vocal chords tight is what produces higher pitch. By continuing to stretch the muscle of your vocal chords as they thicken, you train them just like any other muscle. It’s part of the reason why cis men can sing falsetto, where cis women have a much more solid stopping point to their lower register - you can only relax those muscles so far before the only way to achieve a lower voice is through thickening the muscles.

If you have more questions or want to talk about this more, I’m more than happy to! The main reason I’m writing about it is because I haven’t seen anyone else share this experience, and I want more people to have a detailed look at what medical transition can look like as a nonbinary person. I hope it helps!

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Well, I finally started T! I’ve decided to keep a journal of my experiences as an agender, disabled individual here on my blog, as close to daily as possible. It will be under the tag [#bxy journal] if you’d like to mute the stream of selfies and information.

Day 1

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I’m doing HRT through patches at a very low dose, for gradual changes and more control over vocal changes. I am a vocalist and will be working with an instructor biweekly to maintain my upper register. I’ve been in constant contact with my slew of doctors to ensure this won’t worsen my chronic illness issues.

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So far today, I feel tingly and jittery. I’m unsure if this is the T, a placebo effect, or riding the high of my first good day in weeks. I’m picking up a set of free weights because it’s getting too cold to go to the gym without causing pain flares. I’m hoping increased muscle mass from T will make walking easier for me in the future!

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I’m confused…

Even though I’m assigned female at birth, I’ve never quite ‘felt’ like a female. I mean I have no problem being a woman, I actually enjoy some aspects of it but I also feel like if I were to wake up as a male tomorrow, I wouldn’t really care? I mean it would be shocking and hard to explain to people around me but I don’t think I would be upset? I came across people who feel the same way and identify as agender, so maybe that’s what I am? But I’m not quite sure since like I said I don’t feel uncomfortable in my body or anything. I’m pan so maybe that’s why I don’t really fit into the norm? If there’s anyone out there who can help me with this or just feels the same way as I do please don’t hesitate to reach out!

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On October 27th of 2020, this nonbinary bean married the cutest nonbinary bean on this side of the galaxy 💕🏳️‍🌈 After 5 years of being together, I finally get to officially call my soulmate my wife, and its THE best feeling in the world!

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I just cant describe how ecstatic I am that were finally married. Though our ceremony was small and short and just between us and an officiant, it was still incredible and sweet. Im so happy; Ive never been this happy in my life! My wife is my best friend, the butter to my bread, the breath to my life. They light up my whole world and make my orbits around the sun worth it all. I couldnt be happier. I cant wait to spend this life and all the ones after it with you, my sweet adzuki bean 🌈💖💛💚💙💜🌈

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