Why do I have to pick one name. Why can't I have dozens of names that people use interchangeably like I'm some kind of ancient wizard
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Being masculine does not make you evil. It doesn't make you an asshole. It doesn't even make you a man... It just makes you masculine.
Masculinity is not exclusive to cis-men.
You can be a trans-man and be masculine.
You can be a cis-woman and be masculine.
You can be a trans-woman and be masculine.
You can identify any way possible and still be masculine.
Masculinity should never be restricted by biology, and it's ridiculous that people think that way. Anyone can enjoy being called handsome and masculine if that is what they want, and there is no shame in that ever.
If you are masculine, no matter your gender, you deserve to be seen, and you deserve respect.
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imagine if gender solid people were all seen as 1 gender. chaos
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[image description: 5 near identical images of someone in a hoodie sleeping against a pillow, using a pride flag as a cape. the person has pale skin and fluffy hair sticking out from the hood, beside them is the words “GENDER IS A PERFORMANCE AND TODAYS SHOW IS CANCELLED DUE TO LACK OF INTEREST”. the colour schemes of each image match the respective flags. each image has a different flag in this order: agender, demiboy, demigirl, demigender, and genderfluid. end id]
someone politely requested an agender version of this drawing so here it is! thought it would be a good warm up. i then went and did the demiboy, demigirl, and demigender flags because they had the same amount of stripes as the agender flag and then i did the genderfluid flag because i was procrastinating
i put these on redbubble too, ill link that in a reblog
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And many more!
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A study has found that there are around 1.2 million nonbinary people living in the US today.
For reference, 8 states and the District of Columbia have populations that are less than that.
Additionally, given that most people in the survey who self-identified as nonbinary were young and white, it's likely that there are even more nonbinary people within the US, but they don't have the privilege to safely identify themselves as nonbinary.
The next time someone tries to say that we shouldn't bother with gender-inclusive language, restrooms, etc, remind them of this - there are a lot of people whose existence falls outside the gender binary, and we deserve to be treated with basic respect and decency.
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i hope no one's made a comic version of this yet
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I don't understand how queer people can be transphobic and enbyphobic.
I don't get it. I don't understand. We're supposed to be allies of one another. I'm both queer and enby. And the amount of people I have seen who are queer and spout transphobia so freely hurts like hell.
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I feel like Transgender Day of Visability (March 31) is going to get overlooked this year considering the circumstances. I’d like every trans and nonbinary person who sees this to know I am proud of you for existing. Just because we’re in the middle of a pandemic doesn’t mean you were forgotten. :)
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Another Halloween pride flags and I am planning more Halloween pride flags so don’t worry no one will be left out
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Trans people are amazing and so important to the lgbtqia+ community
Nonbinary people are absolutely stunning and important to the community
Genderqueer people are impeccable and so important to the lgbtqia+ community
Agender people are magnificent and are a great part of our community
Genderfluid people are so important and amazing, and they are a special part of the queer community
Bigender people are outstanding and so so so important to the lgbtq+ community
Demigendered people are so admirable and incredibly powerful, and they are important to the queer community
Androgyne people? Terrific and so incredible. They are a an important part of this community.
All people of all genders are so important and amazing. They are integral to the LGBTQIA+ community!!!!
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Closeted trans people are still trans people. Trans people who aren't yet ready to use the "right" pronouns are still trans people. Trans people who can not or have decided not to medically or socially transition are still trans people.
Your trans experience is not for someone else to dictate or try and define. You are not obligated to make others feel comfortable with your identity. It is YOUR identity and YOUR experience and no one else's.
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Aroace flag, colorpicked right from the bird!
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"Are you a boy or a girl?" Fun responses
Stare at them as if they asked the most taboo/personal question in existence
Scoff, roll your eyes and ignore them, but, like, sarcastically
Good ol' "yes"
Good ol' "no"
"WAIT that's a real thing-"
"Isn't that a thing from fairytales"
Look stressed, as if you forgot something important (like your keys when there's nobody home) "i left it at homeee noo"
Frantically look in your purse/bag/backbag/pockets saying "aha yeah, gender,,, i totally have one of those,,, wait a sec,,,"
"I can't remember"
"Neither. I'm an imposter and I'm here to sabotage the binary"
Alternatively to 12, "Tch, mortals and their concepts"
"how dare you assume the essence of my soul is limited to a binary"
"You dare oppose me mortal"
"I'm above that"
Feel free to add more!!
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someone suggested on one of my posts that genderflux would be a ball of energy, so heres how i think that could be drawn
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Fun reminder that there's no correct way to be trans, if you're ftm you don't have to be masculine, if you're mtf you don't have to be feminine and if you're non-binary or any gender identify that doesn't fit fully into male or female you don't have to be androgynous. You don't owe anyone androgyny, masculinity or femininity. There is no correct or right way to be transgender and it doesn't make you any less valid as a trans person
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