Being trans can feel like a curse. You often may feel that you’ve missed out on a childhood or teen years, that you have to worry about things that cis people never have to think about. There is a trauma that follows from being trans. You deal with hate and unacceptance from either your peers or people you don’t even know. You live in a system that has been designed to hurt you, and some become so self conscious and desperate for the approval of that system and cis people they become hateful and angry to those that don’t fit the binary or the norms society has created. I used to be that man. When you’re trans, there is the chance you go your life wishing you were normal.
You are normal.
There is nothing wrong with you.
You aren’t defective, you aren’t made incorrectly. You aren’t weird, or someone that’s completely different from a cis person. You aren’t a fake man, or a fake woman, or fake in general. You are not a political statement, or inherently something that is meant to object to the system, however that’s a title you are almost forced to have because we exist in a world where being trans and happy is political.
There is nothing wrong with you, and you deserve to be happy and transition however you’d like, if you want to. That’s a human right. It’s your human right to be happy.
There is the trauma with being trans, but it gets easier. It gets manageable, and even better. You’re trans and you’re beautiful. You’re trans and you’re handsome. You’re trans and you’re sexy. You’re trans and you’re admirable. You’re trans and you’re free.
And no cis person can take that away from you. Fuck the cistem
@jaysioux cred for wording abt the system