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I am indeed transphobic because

If letting people date whoever they want is transphobic, then i am transphobic.

If believing in treatment for something that causes people extreme distress is transphobic, then i am transphobic.

If medicalising that something with the motive of helping people live happily is transphobic, then i am transphobic.

If respecting detransitioners is transphobic, then i am transphobic.

If protecting young children from drugs that will steralize them is transphobic, then i am transphobic.

If questioning young adults when they claim that they are something is transphobic, then i am transphobic.

If respecting the english language and the way words can be used and which words exist is transphobic, then i am transphobic.

If acknowledging biology and science is transphobic, then i am transphobic.

If believing in two sexes and two genders is transphobic, then i am transphobic.

If believing gender not to be socially constructed is transphobic, then i am transphobic.

If being against treatment being prescribed someone not in need of it is transphobic, then i am transphobic.

Peace.

this is so damn corny, but: i feel like i’m finally starting to look like the man i envisioned becoming when i started to transition 5 years ago

i wish I could tell myself back then–three, four, five years ago, when i was feeling hopeless, helpless, unloveable, like i’d never be able to access surgeries, when i thought that killing myself might be the best option–that things would get easier. and (for me, at least), better

i am so fucking happy to still be alive

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It’s been a while since I’ve updated y'all on my life and it’s been a rough couple months so I felt like I needed to let y'all in on why I’ve been a little distant.

You get to meet my new baby, Riddle, in this video as well as get a little catch up on what’s got me spread so thin lately! Be sure to like, comment, and subscribe! 

A Big Brother Chris video will be posted this week as well! <3

The pride parade was the first time I’ve shown this much skin in public. I’m very proud of myself because I used to be so ashamed of my body, specifically my midsection. But, now I love and take pride in my body. Other than struggling with dysphoria, I am very happy in my body
❤💛💚💙💜

Dear Department Stores,

Instead of selling clothing by the two categories “men’s” and “women’s”, how about stores sell it by defining categories?

For example:

High heels are not women’s shoes; they are just shoes.

Long shorts with deep pockets are not men’s shorts; they are just shorts.

Low-cut colorful socks are not girls’ socks; they are socks.

Graphic t-shirts are not boys’ shirts; they are just shirts.

It would really make my life easier.

Sincerely,
Your local trans person