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intersexfairy · 7 hours ago
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to every lesbian & sapphic who has faced exclusion from the lesbian/sapphic community and told they aren’t a lesbian/sapphic, no matter how many times it’s happened, no matter how alone you feel, no matter what anyone says: you are still supported. you are still cared about. you are still welcome. you are still you. no one can take that away. they can try all they want, but you are still you, and there will always be people out there who are they for you & with you. and if you don’t think this includes you: it does. i promise.
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justlgbtthings · 5 months ago
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support lgbtq POC.
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[ID: A set of 9 square images with gradient backgrounds that relate to the respective L.G.B.T. flag colors. All of them have phrases written in identical italic white letters in all caps. The first image says "Support lesbians of color" with a soft red, orange, and purple background. The second says "Support gay men of color" with a bright, soft gradient of green, cyan, blue, and deep purple. The third says "Support bisexual people of color" with a pink, purple, and blue background. The fourth says "Support trans people of color" with a bright blue, pink and white gradient background. The fifth says "Support asexual people of color" with a gradient of a soft dark purple, lighter purple, and pinkish purple. The sixth says "Support aromantic people of color" with a dark and light green background. The seventh says "Support nonbinary people of color" with a yellow, purple, and black gradient. The eighth says "Support intersex people of color" with a yellow and purple gradient. The ninth and final image says "Support queer people of color" with a gradient rainbow background. End ID.]
[ID: one long, rectangular image with a caption written in lowercase white letters and a bright, colorful gradient background. it says, "this post is for LGBTQ people of color. please reblog but do not derail. end ID.]
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fixing-bad-posts · 6 months ago
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[Image ID: A tumblr text post. The original username has been redacted using the colours of the aromantic, and asexual pride flags. The body of the post has been edited blackout poetry style to read, "hi as pride month draws near for june reminder: aces/aros belong in our spaces."]
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hi as pride month draws near for june reminder: aces/aros belong in our spaces
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spookygayferret · 3 months ago
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There is no universal "trans experience". There is just your experience, her experience, his experience, their experience, xir experience, bun's experience, faer experience, etc. Being trans is not a list of boxes to be checked. It is a personal journey that looks different for everyone.
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genderqueerpositivity · 6 months ago
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(Image description: ten pride flags with a white notification box in the center, the box has text that says "Reminder: the future of pride is radically inclusive", below the text is a heart reaction and a thumbs up reaction. The flags are the trans, genderqueer, demiboy, demigirl, nonbinary, androgyne, agender, bigender, genderfluid, and neutrois pride flags.)
Happy Pride!
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Hey if you’re an LGBTQ+ person who has ever felt like you’re “not gay enough”, or “not trans enough”, or “not bi enough”, or “not ace enough”, or “not queer enough” (and let’s face, it, that’s all of us) - 
You are enough. The only right way to be LGBTQ+ is to be authentic to yourself. No one can decide who you are except you.
You are valid and loved. 💗🧡💛💚💙💜
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acejupiter · a month ago
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btw this blog is inclusive of all nonbinary people and i mean ALL.
you’re nonbinary and don’t fit the vaguely-masculine idea of androgyny that people consider the standard? you’re completely valid and that’s cool of you imo.
you’re nonbinary and don’t bind, tuck, take hrt, want surgery, etc? you’re incredible and i love you.
you’re nonbinary and you DO want surgery or hormones associated with the binary "opposite" gender to your agab? fantastic. i’m kissing you lightly on the forehead.
you’re nonbinary and identify as lesbian or gay? your identity is perfect and so are you.
you’re nonbinary in a way specific to your culture, like being Two Spirit, or you feel your gender and ethnicity do not fit white eurocentric standards? that’s awesome and you’re awesome too.
whatever pronouns you use (or lack thereof), i love them. they fit you so well. so does your name, whether you changed it or didnt.
however you present, whoever you are, whatever your agab was, whenever you realised you were nonbinary, i think your gender is great and you are valid in your identity. you are welcome here.
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itsbaditsgood · 6 months ago
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okay but nonbinary people who wear hijabs. effervescent. every single nonbinary hijabi deserves to have a great day
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harder-on-me · 4 months ago
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I love female fags, male dykes, trans mtftms and ftmtfs. I adore genderqueer genderfreaks who fuck gender and hug eachother. A kiss to every bi lesbian, every asexual lesbian, every mspec gay guy married to his beard who he's in love with. A smile and a nod to all the incomprehensible degenerates who are holding hands when they get pelted with rocks on the street for being visible and a menace to society. I pour one out for all the faggot dykes, femme butches, agender aromatic asexuals, high femmes and stone butches. This one goes out to the freaks of nature who queer queerness and are left to martyrdom by those who should love them, you are loved by me.
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hairbackc0llarup · 7 months ago
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hey shout out to queer people that didnt immediately recognize their queerness, or didnt understand the signs from early on.
trans people that didnt know they were another gender until later in life? i love you.
queer people who werent in the closet for years and just realized it all at once? i love you.
bi/pan people who developed/recognized their attracted to other genders later in life? i love you.
ace or aro people who understood later in life and didnt know from the beginning? i love you.
there's a stereotype that theres always "so many signs" from the beginning of a queer persons life. and for many people, this is a very relatable experience.
But i want to say that sexuality and gender can be fluid and you are JUST AS VALID if you dont have these early experiences.
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fixing-bad-posts · 5 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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genderqueerpositivity · 4 months ago
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(Image description: four images with a background photo of pink and purple hydrangeas and white text inside of transparent dark circles, the text reads 1) "your gender identity doesn't make you 'too much'", 2) "your name is not too difficult to remember", 3) "your pronouns are not too hard to use correctly", 4) "your transness does not make you a burden".)
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rozenrotart · 6 months ago
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[image ID: four pictures with varying skin tones of a fat trans masculine body with chest hair, belly hair and large breasts. The drawing is superimposed on a picture of the trans pride flag (blue stripe, pink stripe, white stripe, pink stripe, blue stripe) They have a tattoo of the trans symbol on their left arm and are surrounded by red roses. A banner at the top and bottom of the drawing reads "Men can have breasts too!"]
Men Can Have Breasts Too!
The other day I was going through Etsy looking for trans positive gear and found there really wasn't any representation for trans men who still have breasts (outside of trans men wearing binders)... And since I'm a trans man who doesn't intend to get top surgery and doesn't have chest dysphoria, I really wanted to create some representation for myself and others like me!
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miraculouslumination · 6 months ago
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Queer is an amazing and wonderful word, actually. Whenever I find myself having doubts in who I am, or what box I fit in, I realize that there doesn’t have to be a box. I don’t have to fit into a certain letter.
Queer makes me feel at home. Queer is a home - my home; our home. It can be made into a letter and into a box, yes, but it’s a box for anyone to fit into. A home is just a big box you fit in, and so is the word, and identity, of Queer.
Identifying as Queer is a really empowering thing, describing myself as Queer gives a sense of relief, and it is a word that leads to such a sense of openness yet also security. Being Queer is all that needs to be known in order to belong.
I know what my label is at the moment, but even if it were to eventually fluctuate or change, Queer is something that will always be there and be true.
Queer is an amazing and wonderful word, actually.
[Please do not tag with q slur or queer slur, 'queer' is just fine for blacklisting - thank you!]
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