Genderqueer really needs to come back as it's other meaning as 'breaking the cishet binary'. There was once a time where trans men, cis lesbians, intersex people, trans women and nonbinary folk would all use genderqueer as a self descriptor.
Don't get me wrong, it's great that genderqueer can work as a synonym or sibling term to nonbinary- but it had so much more meaning to it and was way more inclusive of non cis non het experiences.
In that way, I'm genderqueer but also a (mostly) binary trans butch bisexual man.
i hit my 2 year 6 months on T date a few days ago, does anyone want a detailed list of changes over the years so they know what to expect starting T? i’ll make a separate post from this obviously, but does anyone wanna know?
My team and I are doing a research study for our experimental psychology class, if y’all could take our survey that would be amazing.
We are researching single people who are ages 18 and over, and if you go through it at most it will take 5-10 minutes of your time.
Your input will help us advance scientific knowledge in the psychology field, and we are encouraging people regardless of racial, ethnic, gender, (dis)ability, neurotypical, allistic, autistic or neurodiverse, sexual, national, and romantic identities to take our study if it applies to them.
We are trying to oversample LGBTQIA+ folks, (especially asexual and non-binary peeps) ethnic populations, POC, disabled and neurodiverse folks in our study since we want a representative sample due to how predominantly white, abled, neurotypical, and cishet psych research has been historically, which is why we would love for members of these groups to participate.
Thank you so much to anyone that does take it, we value your input A LOT! Here is the link!
Hi I'm Hollow I'm a 25 year old bisexual genderqueer artist and I've been Struggling trying to find stable income since my unemployment benefits ran out back in June. You can imagine given the current state of the pandemic and labor rights in the US that I'm having a not great time with that.
If I could get some boosts on the post linked here that would be awesome, I'm trying to set and meet goals for survival income using my work as an illustrator and animator to provide content.
If the link is giving trouble then you can go directly to the blog @absolute-eyesore and reblog its pinned post, or you can go directly to my ko-fi (username: vaporwavelich)
All help is deeply appreciated. Boosts are helpful as much as contributions are.
As a genderless person, it’d be nice if people could remember that not everyone is transmasc or transfem—that some of us are neutral, that some of us aren’t even on or anywhere near the male/female and masc/fem binaries.
It’d also be nice if more people would acknowledge that HRT and surgery isn’t exclusive to transmasc and transfem people. Like, a GQ/NB person who wants phalloasy, top surgery, or testosterone isn’t necessarily transmasc. And a GQ/NB person that wants vaginoplasty or oestrogen isn’t necessarily transfem. Wanting to transition when you’re neither a man nor a woman isn’t necessarily about identifying with masculinity or femininity, it’s about wanting a body that’s the most comfortable, a body that’s the least dysphoria-inducing.