t4t renga bc <333 they own my heart
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I'm getting a little bit tired of the people trying to paint the conversation around "transandrophobia" as some kind of "both sides" issue, like what's happening here is just a political disagreement between one side who's telling the truth about being victimized and one side who's lying to further ulterior motives, and nobody else can figure out who's telling the truth (":(")
You are not confused wayward children caught between two potential liars, incapable of thinking for yourselves, and forced to sit on your hands and wait until someone or something comes along to tell you what to think.
You cannot solve this cute little math equation you've invented by deciding that The Most Victim Must Always Be Believed, picking out your victim of choice, and handing them victory by default.
Look at me. Listen to me. Look me in the fucking eyes.
I am not here to argue about a word. I am not here to claim victory. I am not presenting a "side". I am not a variable in a math equation.
I am talking about my personal experiences as a trans man. I am giving a platform to other people's similar personal experiences. And I am not here to argue with you about whether those things happened or not- they did. They happened.
If you don't believe me when I say that, if you need to evaluate my level of oppression against other people's levels of oppression to decide whether my reality is real or not, and if you need to rely on half-baked repurposed radfem theory from 40 years ago to figure out whether trans people are lying to you about their lived experiences, you are, frankly, not ready to engage in this conversation.
I am using a word as a tool to describe my experiences. I do not care if you want to use it, too. That's not what the conversation is about.
The things the word describes are real. They happen. Some of them have happened to me, and all of them have happened to others like me.
Put on your big kid pants and engage in the actual conversation here:
Do you believe transmascs when we say we have experienced oppression? Do you believe us when we say we have faced violence? Do you believe us when we say we're struggling and need help?
If so, it shouldn't matter what word is being used. You should want to help us.
And if you're spending more time hemming and hawing about the word than you are actually giving a shit about the experiences we're describing and the help we're asking for, well. It's time to own up to the fact that you're not really interested in figuring out which trans person is a hapless victim and which trans person is an evil conniving liar.
You don't give a shit, and you want an excuse to continue not giving a shit.
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been a while since I made a meme
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would a pretty boy like to hold my hand please? thanks
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Closeted transmasc culture is the utter joy when talking to someone online and them just assuming you’re a man based on your vibe
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rough week, time to get validation based on my appearance from the internet
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Lloyd Garmadon has transmasc swag!
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hey queer men? hi- *kisses you passionately on the lips*
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peak transmasc energy
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i just want to date a pretty boy and cook for him and buy him flowers and rub his back and play with his hair and skate and cosplay and go to concerts and eat ice cream together and share our clothes and hold hands in public and swim and travel the world and stare at the night sky while drinking beer on a rooftop together.
is it too much to ask?
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Actually I wasn't born in the wrong body I was just born in my body and then it was up to me to decide what I want to do with that
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Good morning, finally cool enough for socks (for now)
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happy belated bi visibility day from your favorite transmasc nb bisexual 💖💜💙
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💓💙💙💙💙💙💓 || Transmasculine Pride Flag inspired cake stims!
Please credit me if you use any of these!
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Not all trans people identify as transmasc or transfem.
Trans people who use pronouns that align with their AGAB are still trans.
Trans people who don't change how they present are still trans.
Transfem people who don't present the way society wants them to (don't shave, don't wear makeup, don't wear dresses, etc) are still transfem and also stunning and sexy.
Transfem people who don't do vocal training are still transfem, and also breathtaking and effervescent.
Transfem people who don't tuck are still transfem, and also majestic and powerful.
Transmasc people who don't present the way society wants them to (don't grow facial hear, wear makeup, have long hair, etc) are still transmasc and also ravishing and magnificent.
Transmasc people who don't do vocal training are still transmasc, and also bewitching and beguiling.
Transmasc people who don't bind are still transmasc, and also smashing and spunky.
Nonbinary people who aren't androgynous are still nonbinary, and also foxy and irresistible.
Nonbinary people who use "gendered pronouns" are still nonbianary.
Trans people who don't take hormones are still trans.
Trans people who don't get any kind of surgeries are still trans.
Intersex trans people deserve more space and love within the trans community and perisex trans people need to stop talking over them.
Trans people with a lot of gender labels are still trans and also cool as fuck.
Trans people with weird or uncommon gender labels are still trans and also awesome as hell.
Trans people who use neopronouns are still trans and also stupendous.
Trans people who use animal pronouns are still trans and also phenomenal.
Trans people must continue to support and uplift each other otherwise bigots will win.
Feel free to add any other trans truths and positivity to the list <3
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You don’t have submissions so I’m doing an ask, if that’s okay
Also sorry for offset on first picture, editing was hell
wnfoznwjrocjwjr Great memes, love them. Excellent counterparts to their inspiration
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In case you guys haven't heard, I'm bringing that feminine-masculine emo look back.
(and hopefully I'll be bringing back regular content to this blog soon. I'm so sorry for those of you who are here for the bones. I've been having a rough couple of years :D)
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Lancer has transmasc swag and also is a funny little guy!
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