Name: Xander (and I go by X or Zee)
Likes/Dislikes: I like memes and people who are chill, goofy, etc...dislikes, uh rude people, ignorance, yaknow, that type of stuff?
Interests: I like drawing, photography, baking, reading, playing instruments, etc
Info about me?: I’m kind of awkward and shy at first. I’m 5’8 and uh okay fortnite occasionally lmao
~You need dysphoria to be trans, I’m pan so the pan and bi situation I just, hm I don’t get involved with it, people have opinions and I respect it. I believe in NB, he him lesbians aren’t a thing, tucutes are very uneducated/uninformed on LGBT situations and I wouldn’t say all are entirely b a d, they need more information and to be open minded
And I agree with a lot of what Kalvin Garrah talks about in his videos
I’ve been struggling with a lot of body dysmorphia over the past year or so, but I’m really happy that I’m finally in a place where I can take the time to work on myself in all parts of my life. Over the next little while, I’m going to be reshaping and reevaluating my commitments, ensuring that I take the time that I need to be well, and cultivating a more healthy relationship between my body and my mind so that I can truly begin to love myself. ❤️ Maybe I should start by cleaning my mirror.
My name is Mary! I’m 13. My pronouns are they/them or she/ her! My hobbies are drawing, reading, and writing! I live in Illinois! I’m looking for friends or a potential partner. Long distance is ok. My age limits are 10-16.
I was bullied so much in middle school that I had scars on my back. I hid who I was under multiple layers of clothing trying my best never to show. Throughout so many of my younger years I wanted so badly for people like me. If you ask my grandmother she will tell you many stories of back in the day when I used to find myself in trouble because I was constantly trying to protect other kids going through what I was going through. There was a few times where I almost had to switch schools because the bullying physically got so bad. I was bullied so badly by the girls because I wasn’t like they were. I wasn’t always welcome around the boys because I wasn’t one. I’ll never forget, I used to have a gym coach in middle school that used to make comments to me all the time about how I needed to learn how to be more girly. “I needed to get in where I fit in” There has been countless times throughout my life I’ve had events happen that could have completely changed me into a different person. But in those times, you have two choices. Do you let it consume you and make you conform? Or do you stand up, little by little and realize you are NOT a victim of your circumstance and can make your life whatever you want it to be? I knew from a very young age there was something different about me. I had every opportunity to allow my circumstances to change me into a person I wouldn’t be proud of today. I read in a book once, “neither happiness nor unhappiness is contained in the event itself”. How we act with what has happened will always be our choice. You have the choice, right this second to be happy, no matter what that may mean for other people. You are worthy of that choice, you deserve to truly feel happiness through and through. If someone has told you up until this post that you aren’t worth it, let me change that. When that time comes that you truly start to love yourself, you will never settle for anything less from anyone else. You are strong. You are powerful. You are worthy. It’s time to go live YOUR life now. 🤟🏽 #iphonephotography#photography#takecareofyourself#trans#transgender#transman#femaletomale#FTM#F2M#lgbtq#LA#california#SanDiego#topsurgery
27 78011 hours ago
can’t wait to give these to billie tomorrow in milan!
if you wanna grab a print, check my art account @rj.human
45 40056 hours ago
One of my first memories of coming out was my friend telling me that if I “want to be a girl” then I had to only be attracted to boys. “Girls can’t like girls” she explained to me after I told her I liked multiple genders. I was eight years old. Little did she know, most trans people are queer. We exist in all sorts of ways and our genders don’t define our sexualities. This myth made me think that I was just lying to myself about being a girl. I thought that something was wrong with me. Eventually, I lied to my therapist that I was straight in fear of being denied hormones. Now, I’ve been out as a queer trans woman for years and am happier than ever. It’s important that we respect trans narratives in their many forms, whether or not they fall in line with common notions of being/becoming men or women.