tempted to try and set up a video journal for my transition (as in :
youtube channel, privacy levels unconsidered as of yet). I don’t
know how I’d keep with it because let’s face it, I’m not good
with these things * side eyes the too numerous fics in progress that
aren’t updating as regularly as they should * or even if it’d
really interest anyone…plus of course the levely potential for
being harrassed online etc.
But also that tumblr
post about how being trans doesn’t have to be about dysphoria and
feeling terrible in your body is literally the only account of the
sort I’ve ever seen ? Everywhere I look, trans resources focus
a lot on dysphoria and how to deal with it and it’s fair
I mean, a lot of people struggle with it and they do definitely
deserve the resources to deal with it ! It’s just that…I
kind of get the feeling that if I’d had a post like that one (or a
resource with the same tone) earlier, even through tumblr, then I
might have come to some conclusions earlier and spared myself several
years of discomfort/questioning.
idk, I wonder if it’d be a good thing to do, both for me and for
other people out there who might need to hear from someone who comes
from a bit of a different perspective ?
honestly, not surprised that critique for Brandon came. They did the same to one of the girls in the Junior version. They kept praising her and loving everything she made (ironically a very similar style to Brandon), and in the end she lost because she did what she’d been doing all season at fashion week. i know it’s not the same panel of judges, but i was given that vibe the whole time.