Posts tagged trans

Posted 4 months ago


"Drag" || 2014
I wrote my first slam poem.
I have a lot of feelings right now.

(Source: sweatergoblin)

Posted 3 years ago
There is most certainly a privilege to having a gender. Just ask someone who doesn’t have a gender, or who can’t pass, or who doesn’t pass. When you have a gender, or when you are perceived as having a gender, you don’t get laughed at in the street. You don’t get beat up. You know which public bathroom to use, and when you use it, people don’t stare at you or worse. You know which form to fill out. You know what clothes to wear. You have heroes and role models. You have a past.
Kate Bornstein, Gender Outlaw (via foldedpaperstories)

(Source: straylightjay)

Posted 3 years ago

"Gender confused boy, 10, goes back to Worcester school dressed as a girl"



Oh Fuck of Metro. 

This is not a gender-confused boy going back to school

The headlines needs to be changed to: 
 Girl goes back to school recognised as who she is.

just goes to show the state of entrenchment of the gender-sex identification in our society that even when the mother uses “she” as a pronoun and the whole gender dysphoria part, they still describe her as a “boy” solely because of her body

education, y’all

Why the fuck have they put barbaric in quotation marks. Because, according to their views, she is a boy so any teasing was totally validated? Bull shit.

Posted 3 years ago

I am the lizard queen.: 7 year old transgender boy isn't being allowed to use the boys' bathroom


If you can sign this that’d be lovely.

He’s been withdrawn from school because they were forcing him to use the wrong bathroom. All his classmates know him as a boy…and yet the…

Posted 3 years ago

I am the lizard queen.: queersforfeminism: Feminism For Real: Deconstructing the Academic...


Feminism For Real: Deconstructing the Academic Industrial Complex of Feminism

“[W]e’re not really equal when we’re STILL supposed to uncritically and obediently cheer when white women are praised for winning “women’s rights,” and to painfully forget the Indigenous women…