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i cant believe gilmore girls made a hamilton reference fifteen years before hamilton even came out

Good role models for my daughter:

Please add your own! I know there are so many more!

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To anyone needing it:

You are trans enough. You are nonbinary enough. There’s no “right” way to be trans/nonbinary. 

It’s okay to be nonbinary/transmasculine and to have a feminine gender expression at the same time. 

It’s okay to be nonbinary/transfeminine and to have a masculine gender expression. 

You are valid!

Tina Fey: “Carrie Fisher meant a lot to me. Like many women my age, Princess Leia occupies about sixty percent of my brain at any given time. But Carrie’s honest writing and her razor-sharp wit were an even greater gift. I feel so lucky that I got to meet her. I’m very sad she is gone.”

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Watch: This girl just performed English-paper-worthy analysis on why the girls’ clothes section totally sucks compared to the boys’

8-year-old feminist Daisy Edmonds is here with a message about just how not here she is for mega-corporations still pushing out gender-controlling product to her and her girl-power-proud friends. And the way she decides to troll the gender-segregating store is just perfect.

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Masculinity can be soft. Masculinity can be gentle. Masculinity can be whispers and shyness and pastel colours and flowers and all those things can be masculine if someone wants them to call them that. Masculinity and femininity are constructs - you don’t have to describe yourself or anything you like as either if you don’t want to.