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#nonbinary pride
itsmozart · a month ago
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i posted a boba fett trans pride/ally drawing on my instagram yesterday and got so much goddam backlash from angry fanboys who tried telling me that boba fett doesn't support trans/nb people or they/them pronouns. obviously they don't know SHIT about boba fett so i drew this petty ass comic as a response. goodnight bitches.
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staff · a month ago
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tumblr tuesday: animal allies
Here are the animals that live in your homes and have declared themselves allies. Give it up for Yuki, Toby, Mick, Rigel, Io, and Zendaya. Hear Yuki and obey. Yuki lives on a bird blog for birds, but we assume nice humans are allowed:
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This is Toby. Toby is a cat. He lives with his human artist and supports lesbians:
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Mick the Dick is a retired rat. We don’t know how he got his name but do not be fooled. Although retired, Mick is in fact still a rat:
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These proud little piggies are called Rigel and Io. Rigel and Io have two mums, and they are pretty stoked about that:
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Zendaya the cat knows that love is love. Her human likes MCU and writing fanfic. And Zendaya, we presume.
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In honor of nonbinary awareness week, here's a friendly reminder that:
-nonbinary people don't need to "prove" anything to you
-nonbinary people can dress however they like
-nonbinary people are diverse and come from a wide range of backgrounds
-there's no "right" way to be nonbinary
-you should respect everyone's pronouns, regardless of their gender identity
-if you're nonbinary, you are valid and I'm sending love your way
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cartoonsofthecosmos · 10 days ago
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I hope everyone realizes how huge this is. Raine is nonbinary. They are the first ever nonbinary Disney character. Queer representation is rare; nonbinary representation is even rarer. This means that more kids are going to grow up and treat they/them pronouns as a normal thing. This means that less kids are going to think of nonbinary people as different than them. This means that more nonbinary kids are going to see themselves in the shows they watch and feel more comfortable in their own skin as a result. This is a milestone, and it deserves to be treated as such. 
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fixing-bad-posts · 2 months ago
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[Image ID: A tumblr text post, edited blackout poetry style to read, "I'll say it again: be a new gender if you want."]
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I'll say it again: be a new gender if you want.
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tomatograter · a month ago
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before june ends I just wanna say one thing: happy pride
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cartoonsofthecosmos · 24 days ago
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emira using they/them pronouns to refer to edric’s date? first of all, it’s completely awesome to see another use of they/them pronouns in the show. second of all, i feel like this basically confirms that edric is queer, because i think they’d use she/her if his date was a girl. third of all, wHO IS IT?! are they nonbinary? have we met them before? I NEED ANSWERS!
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finley-myself · 9 days ago
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It can feel therapeutic, deleting that old name and making new memories with the right one
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"Being nonbinary is just a fad".
Oh really? Then why have we found Sumerian tablets referring to people who are neither men or women? Why have South Asian cultures included groups of people who are a "third gender", known as the Hijira? What about Two-Spirit people of Native American communities, who have existed for thousands of years? Why have the Bugis, of modern-day Indonesia, considered there to be five genders for hundreds of years? Why were there pre-colonial Hawaiians whose gender identity was outside the traditional binary?
People who are neither entirely men or women have always existed, and we always will. Such existences were simply oppressed by the western world for so long that many of us hadn't heard of them until recently. Being nonbinary isn't a fad - it's a brave embrace of one's true self.
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aceboyy · 16 days ago
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Trans simply means not cis. trans does not inherently mean medically transitioned. name changes. dysphoria. hormones. surgeries. second puberty. coming out. or any other aspect of transitioning that the cis, or anyone, deem necessary. Being trans doesn't mean passing, it doesn't mean cis-normative (or western) beauty standards, it doesn't mean forcing yourself into the opposite binary. Being trans is about being comfortable in your body outside of cis norms and expectations. being trans is for you something entirely different than for another. Being trans is a unique, diverse, personal, and exploratory experience. There is no universal trans experience, every trans person has their own valid experiences and identities within being trans and within their communities, cultures, beliefs, homes, religions, and so forth. Being trans means you are constantly becoming and finding yourself and who you are, however you choose to. The trans identity is one of diversity. Cis people can reblog, but don't say some bs.
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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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Nonbinary people shouldn't be split into AMAB and AFAB groups, since the gender we were assigned at birth doesn't define our identity, HOWEVER, nonbinary representation should include nonbinary people who are amab, afab, and intersex, because otherwise the stereotype of all nonbinary people being afab will be perpetuated.
All nonbinary people are nonbinary, and the gender that they were assigned at birth does not matter, but we still have to show all the unique pathways to the nonbinary experience.
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vianadraws · a year ago
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I’m so sick of random people trying to invalidate my identity.
Bisexuality includes non-binary people!
Non-binary bisexuals are valid!
We are here, we exist, and we are NOT going anywhere!
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