escapism comic because I wish I had a small door to leave reality and do whatever I want.
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How the fuck is a goddamn murder doll going to say "queer rights" in support of his genderfluid child, because he's "not a monster" but most grown ass adults can't accept their LGBTQ+ children.
I fucking swear. What fucking hellscape are we living in when CHUCKY a GODDAMN MURDER DOLL is more accepting of LGBTQ+ people than ADULT HUMANS.
THE ACTUAL FUCK.
HE'S A DOLL THAT MURDERS FAMILIES, AND HE STILL HAS THE MORAL HIGH GROUND ON QUEERPHOBIC ASS ADULTS.
(Don't you fucking DARE tag this post "q slur". Queer is a valid identity that he used to identify his genderfluid child.)
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Jack showing off their new dress!!! 🥰🥰🥰
This took me way too fucking long lmao, but i'm OBSESSED with the result🥺 hope you guys like it!!! Don't repost but PLEASE share ❤️
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Happy Spirit Day. F*ck the bullys. https://www.glaad.org/spiritday#participate
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my transition journey in pictures
before realizing i’m trans (she/her)
coming out as nb (they/them)
coming out as a trans guy (he/him)
last photo before starting T (he/him)
first photo (roughly) after top surgery (he/him)
one year on T (he/him)
two years on T (he/him…..?)
two years post-op (he/him….?)
today, two and a half years on T and settling on the label of a genderqueer trans man (he/they!)
it’s been a long journey and there’s still so much to come but i want every young trans person who thinks it won’t get better to know that it does, it totally does. i remember being that scared girl, unsure of what she was, and i remember being that scared boy, scared of not passing enough and being too much of a burden on people. today i’m comfortable knowing that i’m both nonbinary and a man, and that’s ok. some people might not understand at first, but those who matter will try. if someone tries to deny your existence, they don’t belong in your life. being trans is a beautiful experience, a painful, hard, tedious, yet ultimately worth it experience. i’ve lost people along the way while i’ve become myself, but i grew stronger than who they were trying to force me to be.
tl;dr : it does get better. keep fighting
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nonbinary culture is feeling like you're faking it and are actually cis on days where you don't spare a thought about your gender even though you literally had a gender related breakdown the day before
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Gender variation in Native American tribes
In an interesting article about the hidden LGBTQA history over at the Daily Californian, Katherine Kudriavtsev writes about the Native American transgender two spirit people:
Unlike the strict gender roles in today’s western civilization, the majority of Native American tribes saw gender as a nonbinary spectrum dating back to 14th-century pre-European contact.
Research shows that more than 150 Native American tribes acknowledged a third gender in their communities. These tribes even had a special position for people who were considered both male and female, which is known today as “two-spirit.” These people were seen as doubly spiritually blessed, as they had the spirit of both a man and a woman. They also had some of the most prestigious roles in the tribe — healers, artists, hunters or even war chiefs.
Unfortunately, a large amount of this Native American cultural legacy was erased from all tribes due to colonization, religious indoctrination and the imposition of laws criminalizing varied gender expression after European contact.
Two-spirit traditions were specifically targeted by conquistadors, missionaries and government agents, as they clashed with the 14th-century European idea of gender. These people were forced underground or completely uprooted in many tribes.
However, Native American activists recently began to use the term “two-spirit,” coining the name in 1990 at the Indigenous lesbian and gay international gathering in Winnipeg to both reclaim their culture and heritage and serve as a pan-Indian unifier for androgyny.
Read the whole article, “LGBTQ+ history that you didn’t learn about in high school,” here.
Note that we must always use contemporary terms with care when writing about gender variance in the past and in different cultures. Still, I believe it makes sense to the term “transgender” as an umbrella term for gender variant people everywhere and everywhen, in the same way we use it as an umbrella term for all shades of gender variance today.
The photo above is of a two spirit person of the Native American Pueblo peoples native to the Zuni River valley. Photographed by John K. Hillers between 1871 and 1907.
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non-binary people who are okay with gendered terms are sexy.
non-binary people who use only they/them are sexy.
non-binary people who use he or she are sexy, and so are non-binary people who use multiple pronouns.
non-binary people who almost always present femininely and almost always present masculinely are sexy, no matter their agab.
gnc or androgynous non-binary people are sexy.
non-binary people who undergo surgery or take hormones are sexy, and non-binary people who don’t are sexy, too.
non-binary lesbians and non-binary gays and non-binary bi and pan and ace people are sexy. so are the non-binary people i’m forgetting (sorry).
non-binary people who use it/it’s or neopronouns are sexy.
autistic non-binary people are sexy.
arospec non-binary people are sexy.
genderfluid non-binary people are sexy and valid.
disabled non-binary people are sexy.
fat non-binary people are sexy and are you single.
non-binary people of color are beautiful and sexy.
non-binary elders and non-binary people who knew from the very beginning are sexy.
non-binary people who only just recently discovered themselves are sexy, too.
non-binary natives/indigenous peoples are radiant and sexy.
non-binary people who hold onto the term transgender are sexy, and those who feel separate from it are sexy, too, even.
non-binary people are loved and desired. thank you non-binary people.
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Oh look, how cute, some TERFs found my video about being nonbinary. They're not even all that creative. "BEARDO?" What exactly were you going for there @faxxmachine -- did you think I didn't know I have a beard? I literally grew it on purpose.
And @femsolid, thank you for spreading my video to more people. Maybe someone who needs to see it will because you spread it further. Doing so creates backlinks which will up the google search rankings of my original post and make sure that more nonbinary people (both AMAB and AFAB) might see themselves reflected more. You really are helping my cause.
But let's look farther than the reblogs. Like look at comments like this:
@vagina-dialogues is an adult. A fairly sheltered one I'd bet who actually hasn't spent a lot of time in queer spaces, but an adult none the less.
And we get lovely stuff in the tags like this:
You're literally amplifying my voice @grimalkan - so clearly you want me to be heard. It's weird to try to "whatabout" with "women are fucking dying" when you're spending your breath complaining about me and not, say, fighting to stop that. Why are you spending your time insulting me and not fighting for, say, murdered and missing indigenous women yourself?
I mean, I'm not perfect either, but it seems like a weird distraction when you're literally not doing anything about it either.
Now I'm assuming one of them dug through my blog to find this after the not great response they got attacking me on my post about culty recruitment tactics on Witchtok, but that's just a guess. It's better on the optics to go after a post that's just about how I'm genderqueer. Because that post is older (you can tell because it lacks the pride flag in my office).
But kids - I'm old. I'm here, I'm queer, get used to it.
Thanks for the engagement.
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Ideas for Coping With Gender Dysphoria:
-Wear affirming clothing
-Hear someone refer to you with your name and pronouns (either someone you trust or a website like pronoun dressing room)
-Do something artistic
-Read or write
-Go for a jog or do some form of exercise you fine enjoyable
-Talk to someone that you trust
-Repeat a series of affirming statements to yourself (Ex: My name is River. I am nonbinary. I am valid and deserve to be happy).
-Listen to music that you vibe with
-Do a breathing exercise, such as box breathing
-Make a list of things that you are hopeful about
-Many other things work for different people...please add on to the list!
Keep track of which coping strategies are effective for you, and try to use them the next time you are struggling! It also helps to be aware of your triggers so that you can try to avoid them. You can do this!
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I never knew you were autistic
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why must i crave that which is so clearly out of my reach. please let me have reasonable goals. stop making me so desperately wish for the power to shapeshift.
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Being feminine isn't bad.
Being feminine isn't "supporting the patriarchy".
Being feminine isn't shameful.
Being feminine isn't weak.
Being feminine isn't wrong.
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Y'know what? I like you *humanizes K_K from Deltarune*
(‼️‼️‼️ Please do not like this if you are not going to reblog. I am asking nicely. ‼️‼️‼️)
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Quickly threw something together 😌😌😌
all hail the autistic gay angel and his autistic nonbinary child❤️🥰
i dont normally do this type of fanart (this was my first time drawing like this and it probably wouldve been better with guidelines djdjdjj) but these two are worth it❤️
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Non binary culture is getting gender envy from pretty men, women with short hair, and fictional characters of all types :’)
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My roommate told me the other day that the only other trans guy they've met has the same name as me.
[ID: Leonardo DiCaprio Laughing meme format. Actor Leonardo Dicaprio is holding a glass and shoots a look to the side while laughing. The image is captioned “me whenever a trans person has the same name as me.” There is a trans flag on his shirt. End ID]
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if you changing your expression/sex/gender ruins someones ability to be friends or family with you, that says way too much abt how invasive their internal monologue is about you, and says even more about how you're safer without them.
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Plus sized vampire themed Victorian goth gay nonbinary fashion with bones for @negativhollo
They them bat earrings
Gender binary gravestone pin
Grey neo Victorian dress
Hang tight bat patch
Double breasted vest
Black and rainbow ring
Poison skull earrings
White lacy blouse
Bat hanged man tarot card enamel pin
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"just not seeing enough people talking about carl clemons-hopkins, the first out nonbinary actor to be nominated for an emmy, and the nonbinary flag gown they wore last night"
Carl Clemons-Hopkins on IMDB
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