I keep having dreams where my hair grows out again and I loose my binder and every time I try to cut it it either doesn’t work or it grows back and everyone keeps calling me a girl and all of my clothes go missing and I need to buy new ones and I wanted to know if any trans people have similar experiences? They’re really freaking me out
So many people liked and reblogged my “HE” ftm drawing from a while back and it continues to get spread around, which makes me so happy~ ;w;
Here’s another drawing to follow the ftm he/him theme~
Pronouns are very important!
Male - He/Him
Dysphoria can strike at anytime, regardless of where you are in life or transition. It can take hold of you or your friends, so here are 5 helpful ways to support those you care about and in turn yourself. Happy Saturday!
I am a non-passing, 4'11’’ trans*man. I feel it’s important to show that not every boy has chiseled features, is six feet tall, and was born with a penis. But I also don’t want to be portrayed as a joke, or as if the only character trait I have is “transgender.”
So as a little guy struggling to be identified as a man by the world, this is what a Disney prince could look like.
Play as a feminine or masculine protagonist. Enter your name, and begin a new year of school. Meet your three roommates: Yun, Jesse, and Parker. Befriend them, make enemies, gain their trust, and maybe even something more…
Versatile interactions and numerous paths. Your words and actions change the story.
Runs on Macintosh, Windows, and Linux! 100% Free to Play!
In honor of Trans* Day of Visibility, this is my ‘coming out’ to Tumblr. I was going to save this for Friday since it will be my one-year mark of being on Testosterone, but I figured today would be better for it. I’ve never really hidden my identity here, but I certainly never announced it openly on my blog.
I started my transition when I was seventeen years old, and though I had a lot of fighting with my family along the way, I’ve come so far in the last 18 months it’s truly amazing to look back on now. I have wonderful, supportive friends, a fantastic local LGBT+ community, and I don’t know that I would’ve gotten here without them. I’m now a facilitator for a weekly Transgender* Peer Support Group in my community, I’ve spoken to college classes about my experience and my transition, I volunteer with the local Queer Youth organization, and I love every bit of it.
Thank you, Tumblr, for this opportunity to come out and show myself for who I am. Being trans* and open about it is one of the most liberating feelings in the world.