Tag Archive: transgender

Being Trans.

There’s no right way to be transgender – you don’t have to still fit into the gender binary after coming out, you don’t have to fit into the ‘born in the wrong body’… Continue reading

Femininity and Womanhood.

Lately, I’ve been spending some time thinking about womanhood and the alienation of femininity within society – partly in relation to how I’ve dealt with both during my life but also how we… Continue reading

Gender.

The thing about gender is that the only thing that really dictates it is you. If you identify as one gender or another (or more than one or none), the thing that determines… Continue reading

Trans Exclusionary Radical Feminists (TERFs).

Intersectionality is an important part of feminism and by having it be a central part of feminism, we recognize the intersecting identities that all influence our lives in different ways. Some women deal with… Continue reading

An Inclusive LGBT+ Community.

Bisexuality and Trans Identities There seems to be this weird trend in some LGBT+ circles where instead of being an inclusive community of all identities under the LGBT+ umbrella, many will focus solely… Continue reading

My Coming Out Journey.

I could very easily call this my coming out story but the thing about coming out in a cissexist and heteronormative world is that coming out happens all the time. It’s a journey, one… Continue reading

#NationalComingOutDay

I am a trans person (a nonbinary woman to be exact) and so very queer (some sort of bisexual/ace/aro combination? Not entirely sure but definitely sure about being queer). And every year, National… Continue reading

To all the trans babes out there.

Whether you’re a trans woman, a trans man, non binary, genderqueer, agender, or fall into any identity under the the trans umbrella, I just want to say that you are wonderful and loved… Continue reading

LGBTQ+ History Month.

October is LGBTQ+ history month and it’s so important to remember our community’s history and important figures! I’ve written about one important event in LGBTQ+ history – the Stonewall Inn Riots in 1969 and… Continue reading

Protecting and Supporting Trans Individuals.

I’ve written about this before – talking about how we need to protect all our sisters not just our cis-sters, #TransIsBeautiful and #GirlsLikeUs, resources for trans individuals, among many other posts. And I’ll… Continue reading