//This is why I don’t come out. All I want are internet friends and all I get are people with really poor grammar trying to flirt with me and probably 100 others at the same time. Seriously, I’ve never had many Internet friends who talk to me and stuff. It sucks. Nobody seems to know what a sexuality is and UGH.
We need more promotion on books about transgender kids for transgender kids.
And not one written by cis people who think they’re helping; I want by trans for trans for ages all over the place. Ones for kids in good places and ones for kids in bad places. Ones about taking T and HRT and ones that tell people it’s alright to choose not to take treatments. Ones about clothing and ones about how it’s ok to wear skirts if you’re ftm and that it’s ok to wear suits if you’re mtf. Please.
Post Laser Hair Removal, no makeup
(Session five, beard/face)
All jeweled up. Ugh! It took SO long to get my Monroe back in 🙄
I 💜 Kūcumber Skin Lounge, Katie, Janet, Viktoria, Deana, and Shea - all you gals are so amazing!!!
This was a little haphazard to put together. It started as a general comic about love after a really bad few weeks for me, and it had to evolve from there. I wanted to try to make something positive and inclusive. I hope this is just that.
However, I don’t want to deter the conversation from the fact that there was a hate crime committed yesterday against the LGBTQIA/Latin-American community and fifty lives were lost. Here are ways you can help Orlando, protest the blood Ban on queer men, also How to help Trans people of Color. (They were written by a dear friend of mine and Queer writer Katie Dupere; this comic is for her). <3
One day, I’m going to be a wife and a mother. I will come home from work to my own little family. I will wake up and fall asleep next to the person I love. We will be the ones that help teach our children to walk, talk, ride a bike, and be a good person. How incredible is that to think about? That “one day” isn’t just an idea, but that it’s actually going to happen?