So I have a nb friend spending the night and I explained to my mother their preferred pronouns but she said that they/them/their are all plural pronouns so I'm confused now as to how I should address them.
I’m gross rn. But today is Trans Day of Visibility. Being transgender is not easy, in fact it’s probably the biggest obstacle I have faced in my entire life. Talked down to , called names, self hatred. I refuse to let it get to me, because I know eventually I will be who I really am, I will look how I feel. I want to be around to see a change, I want to be apart of that change. Just cause you don’t understand it , does not make it wrong. Protect trans kids. Protect trans adults. Remember that suicide is not the answer. You want to see change? Well then you need to be around to see it. Stay safe and embrace who you are. 🙌
Hey I’m Astrid and nonbinary. Even though I sometimes struggle coming to terms with who I am, I strongly feel my gender identity is every bit visible. I feel that there are many gender identities that do jot get enough recognition and that what looses some of the precious souls on this planet. So I am grateful that we celebrate gender identities in memory for those who sadly left us and hopefully get more recognition for the vast genders that we individuals should be able express with freedom.
Just a reminder to respect others no matter what gender they are, and to call them by their preferred pronouns. If you can’t do such a simple thing, learn to, it’s not hard.
Shout out to all my friends and followers who are trans. I love you all dearly and you’ll always be amazing and beautiful no matter what gender you are, because in reality, it shouldn’t be frowned upon and other people need to realize that.
I love you all both inside and out, no matter what <3
Happy Transgender Day of Visibility!! I’ve been feeling extremely insecure about my gender lately and just recently asked my friends to use my preferred pronouns (zie, zir, zirself). Thank you to everyone that supported everyone!
Can I just have a brief shout-out to trans ppl whose pronouns are nontraditional or invented? You are “trans enough,” your forms of address are valid, you do not have to conform to the pre-approved standards. Keep being you and shove it to anyone that doesn’t respect that.
Today (March 31st) is the International Trans Day of Visibility, so today I’m taking requests for pronoun/gender label busts along the lines of these:
I’ll draw your real actual self or some variation, I’ll draw your faceclaim, persona, or fursona, I’ll draw from selfies, reference, or description. Just tell me what you want and what pronoun or label you want on the ribbon. If you want I can put a pronoun set (she/her/hers) on the ribbon instead of a single pronoun (her). You may use the image on your blog or offsite, as long as it’s not used commercially.
Please don’t make requests for your characters (excluding your ‘sona), please don’t make requests if you’re cis. Feel free to reblog for TDOV.
Trans day of visibility? I’m in.
Full trans people are so strong with what they go through, I can’t imagine how hard it is. I love my boyfriend and my other friends who go through everyday life as trans men and women.
Although I’m just nonbinary, I’m rooting for y’all