It’s totally understandable.
Dysphoria manifests in different ways for everyone. I recognise that this content may trigger some individuals’ dysphoria, and I am wholeheartedly sorry that my art had made you feel that way, it was not drawn with malicious intentions.
Like I said, being trans, everyone have different ways of coming to terms with their own body. Drawing transition pictures is my way of assuring myself, and men like me, that regardless of how whether I’m pre-, mid- or post-transition, I am a man and nothing can jeopardise my identity as a man. That’s just my way of coming to terms with it, as a trans guy who has been out for years and never had access to any hormone treatment. I hope you understand where I am coming from.
Regardless, I do appreciate that you respect my right to cope with my own dysphoria in this way. However, this is my blog and I am afraid I cannot police my content to make everyone happy, I have my freedom of expression.
Therefore, to avoid such things from affecting you in the future, I’d advise you to look into a blacklisting tool for tumblr. I try my best to tag all possible triggers, for example - this was tagged with #transition. I’ll try my best to tag any and other triggers too. I advice you to speak to the blog you follow responsible for putting this content on your dash, and ask if it was possible for them to tag such posts in the future. I also strongly suggest my followers to tag these posts accordingly.
Hope this clears things up. @cherry-jacks