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testosteronetwunk · 20 hours ago
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uncanny-tranny · 2 days ago
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The funniest thing is that the stereotype that trans people will become less aromantic/asexual once they transition is false for me. I became even more aroace.
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thefrogginbullfish · a day ago
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angelsaxis · a day ago
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Hey y'all, my friend is a Black transfemme who currently needs funds for survival + food. They've already faced violence once and I know they're likely to face it again. If you can donate or boost this, I'd really appreciate it! She asked me to gather the funds for her since her gfm is slowing down, so here's ways you can send funds:
Kofi: lesbianisms
Paypal.me/angelsaxis
Any amount helps!
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transgendz · a day ago
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🚨Please Help!!!!🚨
August 13
My roommate are trans disabled and homeless. We are handling and emergency with my family, and I need surgery asap to remove 3 teeth. I have been trying to fund this for months with no progress, which getting progressively more sick. This will kill me if it's not taken care of.
We also need food, we both have allergies, my roommate has celiacs as well + we rely on a microwave only, so food is unimaginably expensive.
Our goal is $5,000 this will cover surgery and food and Everything.
Dm for proof
We are at $90/$5,000
v3nm0: @tab-99
$creepiecrippl
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morelsupports · 2 days ago
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lovelesskiaart · a day ago
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HEY YA’LL if you like that trans pride Bridget art, I have stickers up for pre-order! 🏳️‍⚧️ Links will be in the replies & reblog! 
Ends August 25th! 
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starberry-skies · 2 days ago
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i post for the girls who used to read obsessively but can no longer pick up a book and also are no longer girls
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orpheuslament · a day ago
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On the Day We Went to the Beach After My Top Surgery, Dante Émile
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joannasjourney · 2 days ago
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alltr · a day ago
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Yulia Guimarães (@Itsyuliababe)
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the-new-gurl · 20 hours ago
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Tell me your thoughts
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uncanny-tranny · 2 days ago
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I love you, games that let you change your character's gender and name in the middle of the story <<<<<3
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zerosuitsammi3 · a day ago
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I don't want to go to work, I want to stay on my couch and read.
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my-gender-is · 2 days ago
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My gender is panicking when someone actually asks my gender
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fuckass-icons · 2 days ago
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LGBT Icons of Frye!
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femboyrightsnow · a day ago
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The 18 years of my life I spent as a woman inform my oppression and I’m tired of pretending like they didn’t. Frankly the idea that the misogyny and trauma I experienced my entire childhood is a terf talking point smells like gaslighting, victim blaming and an inability to read nuance into a situation.
I’ve heard this idea floating around that male and female socialization don't really exist for trans people, because socialization is an interactive and collaborative effort. Essentially you tell the world who you are and it reacts accordingly. This is why many trans women's experiences line up more with a female socialization than male, and vice versa.
The thing is this that this only works out well for trans people in ideal scenarios. Very progressive communities, trans positive parents, magical fairy godmothers. In any other circumstance it makes people double down, you get socialization plus (like extra tutoring except replace tutoring with bullying). It's why so many trans women are triggered at the idea of being forced to be masculine. They were relentlessly bullied and abused for not fitting male social standards. But um, hey babes, the same thing happened to trans men.
Now, this may just be my experience growing up in the kkk's armpit but I can assure you that no one gave a flying fuck that I "really just felt more like a boy on the inside 🥺". My internal identity actually made them go harder. It didn't save me from the purity balls, the rape culture, and the blatant misogyny and discrimination. I'd probably be married to a man twice my age right now if I hadn't turned tail and ran, destroying all my social circles and my reputation in the process.
I'm sorry babes I just can't rationalize those experiences as "male socialization". I was a girl then in every way that mattered, that's how they saw me so that's how they treated me. I was terrified of men, I would shake like a leaf when I was near them, I'd start acting like a child, or I'd just dissociate entirely. I HATED men. It felt like someone had cursed me when I realized who I actually was.
I spent literal years in therapy working through my hatred and fear of men, because however justified it was by my trauma it was ultimately irrational and didn't serve me in my current circumstances. It's part of why I'm so outspoken about how much I hate this kill all men crap, I actually couldn't care less (i do care but not rn) about your trauma surrounding men it doesn't justify bigotry. You don't get to hurt other people because you've been hurt.
THAT BEING SAID you don't get to take away my experiences as a woman for some social or political movement. I was a woman, I experienced female socialization, and I experienced misogyny (none of it was misplaced or misdirected). Honestly I'm content with saying it was just because of my assigned birth sex but NO! WE CAN'T USE AGAB LANGUAGE EITHER!! HEAVEN FORBID I BE ABLE TO PUT SOME DISTANCE BETWEEN MY CURRENT IDENTITY AND MY OLD ONE!!!
You have to understand that gender is something many people have an intensely personal and traumatic relationship with. I am not a woman, I never was one, but I was born into this world being seen as one and had to live 95% of my life being treated as one. That means something to me on an incredibly personal level and I'm not entirely comfortable with the amount I've had to share in an attempt to convey that.
You cannot and I mean CANNOT attempt to align the experiences of a community so traumatized by gender into one neat little box. One socially and politically correct way to talk about the lives we've led. Our experiences are contradictory, messy, and they often don't match other peoples even in our own communities.
We need to get rid of this notion that someone's lived experiences can harm the movement for our liberation. My experiences living as a woman DON'T mean trans women lived as men and they DON'T mean that other trans men also lived as women.
What is does mean is that I'm a person and there are people like me who exist in this community. Our lives and our experiences are as real and worthy of support and understanding as anyone else's and our community's attitude towards language needs to reflect that fact. My life and my lived experiences aren't transmisogynistic, and neither are yours.
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