One polka-dotted tights step at a time!

My journey as a mtf transgender with no plans to transition (but still undergoing dysphoria) because of a promise I made to my wife that I will not break. However, I do prefer feminine (She/her) pronouns here! I am 25 and from Texas. Got any questions? My ask box is open!!!
Who I Follow

cutevictim:

queervegancunt:

p-okemonica:

literatenonsense:

exgynocraticgrrl:

Malcolm X: Our History Was Destroyed By Slavery 

on March 17, 1963 in Chicago.

see how little we get taught about history - I never had any idea why Malcolm X used the ‘X’. 

how come i never knew this damn

you know why. 

What’s most fucked up is that when you listen to Malcolm talking in this, you literally can’t think of anything but Ferguson, and every other recent instance of legally enforced murder or violence toward Black folks. The reporter is showing the exact same dismissive attitude that white reporters show now. Like holy fuck, it’s been 50 years and this is still so fucking relevant.

(via pastel-pugs)

evelyn-forever:

socioface bought me a new dress today!! i love you so much ♥♥♥

Pretty dress!!!

(via evelyn-forever)

mulders:

i can’t believe i had to read this with my own two eyes

Uh huh nice word play….. So difficult….. Please….

(via awk0--tac0)

trans-parenting:

This ad apparently appeared in the Star Tribune, Minnesota’s largest state newspaper, yesterday.  Sponsored by a conservative Catholic group it urges parents to oppose a policy change (that is expected to pass) that would allow for trans high school athletes to participate in sports with proper accommodations in place.

These fear-mongering tactics are without evidence, misleading, and as tiresome as they are offensive.  It is always drumming up fear over “men” in private spaces with girls (I have yet to see a single statement like this addressing transmen in male spaces) and always with some implication (subtle or not) that trans people are deceptive, threatening, and quite possibly sexual predators.

The proposed policy is simple, and has plenty of barriers in place that would prevent abuse (not to mention the other existent rules & laws in place that would cover any potential concerning behavior).  Requiring a confirming letter from both a parent/guardian and medical professional is more than enough “proof” of gender, and the accommodations provided are common sense and in line with similar high school policies from California as well as many colleges & universities.

But, as much as I am confident that this will pass, you can bet I will be sending off a couple emails to share with these individuals just how important this stuff is.

And to the Minnesota Child Protection League shame on you.

(via compersion-kitty-says)

blaeddelrunner:

Why can’t i make a living off just sending friendly periodic reminders to all the Trans women that they are cute and amazing and attractive as hell and perfect in every way?

(via littlemisssnakegirl)