No you cisphobic fuck here is the optimal:
Female: Doesn’t fucking matter
Male: Doesn’t fucking matter
Non-binary: DOESN’T FUCKING MATTER
Just because you have been oppressed doesn’t mean you should reply in kind
There’s a thing I don’t see on my dash often enough. The reason why we use this word.
It’s not supposed to be an insult.
And even if it was, it’s a good thing that someone thought of…
I’m Lilith, a working poor trans woman who is endeavouring to raise money for expensive transition procedures with a gofundme campaign!
I’m attempting to save for a move to another state in a few months, and real life expenses are a constant drain on my resources. As such, I’m attempting to relaunch this campaign, since the reblogs on my original post have petered out.
All the details are on the linked page, please consider looking over them and helping out by spreading the word, or if you can spare it, sending a bit of money. Every boost and donation is great progress, and there are little rewards for meeting different donation amounts.
So please, consider helping out! <3hey guys!!! please donate or signal boost this wonderful person’s campaign!! Lilith is very dear to me and i love her and want the best for her ;w;
I’m so sick of seeing those “you’re not a bad person because you’re part of a privileged group” coddling posts, because no, you may not be a bad person just for being part of a privileged group but you ARE kind of a shitty person if you feel the need to prioritize you and your precious feelings over taking responsibility and doing your part in tearing down the system that lets you be privileged.
- don’t ever feel bad for asking me to tag a trigger
- i do not care what the trigger is
- i will tag it for you
- you have legitimate reasons to be triggered by it
- and i am not one to question those reasons
- so just send me an ask
- anonymous if you’re scared
- and i will tag it all the time in future
- your wellbeing is worth twenty extra seconds of my time at least
These are just some of the many ways members of the LGBT community identify themselves in a beautiful photo series from San Francisco-based photographer Sarah Deragon.
Deragon’s “The Identity Project” has taken her around the country as she “seeks to explore the labels we choose to identify with when defining our gender and sexuality.” Her portraits show the amazing diversity and vibance of a queer community that for too long has been defined by outsiders.