Gender abolition, but make it:
clothes sorted by body shape and style, instead of gender
removing unnecessary gender markers from non-medical documents like a driver's license
genderless bathrooms where the stalls have floor-to-ceiling walls for privacy
abolishing gendered toys, colors, professions, hobbies, etc.
they/them as the default if you don't know someone
trans and non-binary people being barred from identifying with and expressing their gender
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You, you support trans men.
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URGENT! If you're in Colorado, please, please be careful! If you know any trans men or transmasc people who might be in Colorado soon, please let them know about this. If you know any trans or LGBTQ+ groups, community centers, etc. in Colorado, make sure they're aware!
If you're cis, it's encouraged that you reblog this. Just spreading the word is a great opportunity to be an ally.
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Successful trans men
I wish I knew about men like these growing up, I wish I knew that trans men could be successful after a lifetime of never seeing anyone ‘like me’ excelling in life. So here are some trans men - some that you may have heard of, some that you may not - that are successful in a range of careers. Never let being trans hold you back, never think you can’t do something, never think there is not a place for you.
American neurobiologist for Stanford University and advocate for women in science. Barre’s research on the interactions between glial cells and neurons changed the way that we understand the brain and opened up a whole new field of research.
Professor of equalities law. Founder of FTM Network in 1989 and Press for Change in 1992. Whittle has been heavily involved in trans activism since joining the Self Help Association for Transsexuals in 1979. His research and activism has been instrumental in ensuring the rights of trans people in the UK.
Michael D Cohen
Actor, teacher and coach. Making his break in award-winning Nickelodeon sitcoms Henry Danger and Danger Force he was the first series regular actor to publicly come out as transgender. Cohen has a BSc in cell biology and a masters degree in adult education, teaching at his own acting studio and providing workshops.
American triathlete and award-winning coach. Six time member of Team USA in both duathlon and triathlon, Mosier also won two national championships in racewalking and was the first transgender athlete to qualify for the Olympic trials to compete against other members of his gender.
African-American film producer and director. Ford received an Emmy for Exceptional Merit in Documentary Filmmaking and was nominated for an Oscar for his part in producing and directing the documentary Strong Island which follows the death of his brother.
Canadian judge. Serving in the Canadian Armed Forces for several years, McKenzie later attended law school and and worked as a lawyer before being appointed as a judge to the Provincial Court of Manitoba in 2015.
Native American former flight engineer in the US army, former marine and professional bodybuilder. Throughout his career Ortega has served in Iraq and Afghanistan in over 400 combat missions. He has a long history of advocating for the repeal of Don’t Ask Don’t Tell and the recent banning on transgender service members in the US army.
Chicano photojournalist and deaf and LGBT activist. Renteria founded the Deaf Queer Resource and is CEO of DeafVision - a webhosting and development company run by deaf people and the founder of the National Deaf LGBTQ Archives. Renteria has been instrumental in both creating and hosting many online deaf/queer spaces online along with being heavily involved in real-world activism for decades.
Elected city councillor for ward 4 Minneapolis and previous special education teacher, Cunningham holds a masters degrees in Organizational Leadership & Civic Engagement and in Police Administration and is passionate about tacking inequalities in his community.
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since the old version of this post was flagged for 'adult content'...
reblog this post if your account is a trans safe space or owned by a trans person!
along with that, reblog if your account is a trans non-binary spectrum safe space or owned by someone on the trans enby spectrum!
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This is a really helpful suggestion if you find yourself taking some time to adjust to someone’s new pronouns/name!
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First reason why Kirby would make a good top surgeon
(Terfs/transmeds do not interact)
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hello this is my favorite post ever and also life goals
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Louder, so everyone can hear it.
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Explaining this to kids usually isn’t as hard as people think it is!
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Idk what trans man out there needs to hear this but being men doesn’t make us evil, or bad. Realizing youre a man doesn’t magically make you a horrible person. You’re not betraying women by realizing youre a man. You don’t need to be scared of becoming something cruel. Men are not inherently evil. Men are not inherently cruel, or monsters.
You are not a monster.
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FTM Trans Pride 1994
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GUYS I’M ON T NOW
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I only have so much time in my day, so ...
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for when ur himbo/thembo/herbo trans
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Being buried in paperwork is the edgiest
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Historical Trans Men
1. Dr. James Barry, 1789-1865, military surgeon
2. "One-Eyed" Charley Parkhurst, 1812-1879, stagecoach driver
3. Ralph Kerwineo, 1876-1932, clerk
4. Harry Allen, 1882-1922, vagrant and criminal
5. Amelio Robles Ávila, 1889-1984, military commander during the Mexican Revolution
6. Victor Barker, 1895-1960, restaurant proprietor
7. Zdeněk Koubek, 1913-1986, track athlete
8. Billy Tipton, 1914-1989, jazz musician
9. Willmer "Little Ax" M. Broadnax, 1916-1992, jazz musician
10. Jim McHarris, 1924-?, auto mechanic
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