• Coworker: Now it doesn't bother me or anything, but...
  • Me: What?
  • Coworker: My patient. She has a WIFE.
  • Me: ... and?
  • Coworker: I'm just saying. She has a WIFE.
  • Me: Are they like... fighting or something? I don't get what the big deal is.
  • Coworker: ..... I.... It's nothing.
  • Me: Okay.

Planned Parenthood is fucking amazing, y’all. I haven’t been there yet…but just talking to their HRT line on the phone…

They used my respected name right off the bat. Called me Riley all the way through. Used he/him pronouns. Didn’t slip up once. Asked me and “What’s your legal name? I’m sorry I have to ask that.”

Then asked me “Now is it okay if I send things with Riley Roswell to your home?” not wanting to out me accidentally and then “Is it okay if I send stuff with planned parenthood labels on them or do you want me to be discreet about it?” knowing there are people who could get in trouble with family or partners or others for going there.

OH MY GOD I’M GOING TO CRY AND THEY DIDN’T JUDGE ME AT ALL

THEY WERE TOTALLY ACCEPTING AND ANSWERED ALL MY STUPID FUCKING BASIC QUESTIONS ABOUT HRT ABOUT WHAT THE APPT WAS GONNA BE LIKE

AND SHE WAS SO KIND AND SO UNDERSTANDING

AND SHE RESPECTED ME SO MUCH AND I WAS SO HAPPY

I CAN’T BELIEVE PEOPLE LIKE THAT EXIST IN OUR WORLD.

OH MY GOD.

AND I’M GOING TO BE GOING TO THIS WONDERFUL PLACE ON THE 29TH!!!!!!!!

pinknews.co.uk
China's most popular TV hostess just happens to be trans
If you thought Caitlyn Jenner was the most famous trans woman on the planet, you'd probably be wrong.

China’s most popular TV hostess, often dubbed the country’s Oprah, was recruited to be part of the Chinese military’s dance troupe at the age of 9. She lived as a boy at the time.

Pink News reports:

She now hosts her own weekly series, The Jin Xing Show, drawing an estimated 100 million viewers.

It’s not been entirely smooth since she transitioned, however. Being trans isn’t illegal in China, but the government has done little to support or defend trans rights.

She was even dropped from a TV talent show in 2011 because she was trans, amid speculation that the government itself had blocked her appointment.

since it’s pride month i decided to just go on a lgbt+ binge read and i thought you guys would like to too, so below are some lgbt+ books you can check out if you want to.

children/middle grade:

young adult

new adult/adult

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6/13/2016- Love

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?