demigirls are super wonderful and deserve so much appreciation.
Agender: Someone who has no gender. They are genderless.
Aliagender: Someone who defines their gender as ‘other’ or apart from existing genders.
Androgyne: Someone who identifies as androgynous, gender-wise.
Androgynous: A style of clothing or appearance, androgyny is also a type of…
you can be non-binary and still want to be referred to as he or she
you can be non-binary and still want to be someone’s girlfriend/boyfriend
you can be non-binary and be in a straight-passing relationship
you can be non-binary and want to refer to yourself with gendered language
there is no right way to be non-binary
your identity is perfect the way it is
don’t ever feel like you’re ~not queer enough~ because just by existing you are queer enough.
So I made a sigil for happiness, which I will be putting on my wall.
I have severe depression and anxiety, as well as self destructive tendencies, so I almost feel guilt when I’m happy/feel apprehensive because I “know” something will ruin it, so I crafted this in hopes of it helping.
If you reblog this to help charge it, if you are able to, could you perhaps add a silent wish or prayer for my recovery?
(All have permission to use this sigil as long as you credit me)
Goddess Bless )O(
I just unfollowed a tr*sc*m blog (genderqueer//-facts), and it got me thinking about what i believe transness to be.
I know many people who are unhappy with their bodies to some degree. Feeling as if you are in the wrong body, in whatever severity, is certainly an upsetting concept and I don’t want to invalidate that at all. But the truth of the matter is that gender and sex are entirely social constructs. I don’t need to be upset with my body to be upset with how I am perceived by society in regard to my gender.
But Roman, doesn’t that mean you’re just a feminist?
Not just, no. Because while I am completely invested in the equality of all genders, I also feel that it is ludicrous to allow society to see me as one gender when I identify with multiple genders. I am dissatisfied with how I express my identity, and I am working to transcend my internalized ideas of masculine expression, transgress against society’s expectations of me as a disabled dfab individual, and transform my self-perception through the way I speak, dress, act, and react.
I love and respect my body, and I will use it to smash any and all preconceptions I may have about who I am “supposed” to be.
I am transgressive, I am transformative. I transcend ideas of “the right way to identify.” I am trans.
(I invite you to unfollow immediately if it bothers you.)
i had to go to the store to buy tampons and i went up to the checker with them obviously looking like i was gonna die and he’s like “your girl’s time of the month bro? i know the feeling, better get these back to her quick” and i’m just walking out of the store like “i-i- I passed?!”
You are not a burden.
You are not a bother.
You enhance the lives of others.
People smile, not groan, when you text them.