I’d like to tell you all about the app REFUGE RESTROOMS :) This app is for my fellow transgender and gender nonconforming pals to find gender neutral / unisex restrooms!! As you can see, there aren’t too many downloads!! I love this app though and it is extremely helpful!!! You can log new restrooms as you find them to help your transgender and gender nonconforming pals!! Please help out!!!!!!
We are getting a lot of questions on how to submit posts, how long posts take to post, and why some posts aren’t making it onto the page.
Most common reasons posts don’t make it onto the page are:
1. The tumblr URL is missing or doesn’t match with the one being submitted.
2. Content we don’t allow posted in pictures are nudity, flipping off (middle fingers), kids or babies, smoking paraphernalia, alcoholic beverages, etc.
3. Tag boxes are not checked off at the bottom of your submissions (ie: 17+, bisexual, lesbian, single, taken, etc.)
How to submit:
Submissions are open ONLY on Fri-Sun USA times (during the regular weekdays it is not visible or available for viewing on the page)
How long does it take for my post to show up?
Typically it takes on average 3-7 days to post (since we get hundreds of submissions per week) it might take some time. To get posted sooner than everyone else, submit your HER profile link to the page. Notifications aren’t an option on tumblr for when your submission is posted, sorry. But keep an eye out for your post to show up on the page!
To check out all the facts to the page and submission guidelines, etc. Check out our FAQ link here
Why do no gender neutral pregnancy apps exist? I’m sick of being called a pregnant woman or a ‘mom to be!’. Fuck that. I’m a transgender man there needs to be more options for queer people who are pregnant. I also really hate that they all assume your partner is male (sure, mine is, but for others it’s not!) Or that you have one at all!
I wish I knew enough about app building to kick-start my own.
Why Doesn't the Trans Community Have a Legit Dating App Yet?
Tinder has brought about the dawn of the “Dating Apocalypse,” declared the headline on a Vanity Fair article last September. The piece, which used interviews with members of the ever-maligned millennial generation to conclude that—surprise!—it’s easier than ever to hook up in the smartphone age, was just one of an endless stream of thinkpieces declaring dating apps the harbinger of the end of human romance.
For many cisgender people, it truly is easier to date, hook up, and otherwise couple than ever. But for those who are trans or gender nonconforming, dating online is much trickier.