to any lesbians out there: you are so valid!! you are so loved!! you are so beautiful!! you deserve the woman of your dreams!! don’t let assholes in or out of the LGBT community try to tell you you don’t belong. you belong. you are seen and you are loved. keep being you, i love you. you will always be welcome with us. you’re not a fetish. you’re not something gross. you’re not someone’s fantasy. you’re you and that’s all anyone should ask for. you don’t owe anything to anyone. be happy and be safe!! -sam
"who you are to yourself is more important than you who are to others"
a close friend of mine recently asked me on how and what I did to build up the confidence to come out, since I came out to my family not too long ago.
it really depends on the circumstance of when and how it comes across on how you come out. if you wanna go all out, go big or go home. if you wanna be discreet about it, tell whoever your coming out too in private, or tell only that person(s).
you should always accept yourself first before you let other people accept you as who you are. and always take your time in figuring out who you are, and what fits your identity.
well my friends, I wish you all luck whenever you decide to come out, and always remember that you are loved no matter who or what you may be. -Nathan 👑
Random growth and self discovery rant? 😂 I can’t believe these are the same people. I used to be so self destructive and full of hatred towards myself. Now that I’ve been able to live my life and not suffer in denial or fear, I’m learning to nurture and love the person I’m becoming.
I still however love the person I was, as flawed as I was.
I always get asked if I had the choice to be cis or being trans, which one would I pick? And it’s true, there are days that I wish I was a cis guy but I wouldn’t be the person I am today. 🌻 (Id probably be a douche bag lmao)
Happy 3 months to my little girl ✨🎊! We’ve made it to the fourth trimester 💪
Before , I had no idea what was the fourth trimester 🤷🏻♀️ Now I understand!!
I had the best pregnancy you could ever ask. No mornings sickness, felt beautiful and feminine, worked almost until the end and had the best opportunities in my business. My labour was what most women wish to experience. At home with candles, a warm bath, watching Netflix and feeling calm and peaceful. We just arrived at the hospital that I had to push for an hour without an epidural and my baby was safe and healthy in my arms. I was so prepared for that and so grateful for how it went but I wasn’t prepared for postpartum for sure... I mean, I don’t feel like you can entirely be prepared for it but it hit me hard on the face...🤦🏻♀️ Bonding didn’t happen right away and naturally or like you can see on a nice family pic or on social media. Most of them talk about this time being magical... Sorry, but It wasn’t for me. It was filled with “what have I done ?” “Why did I want to have a baby when my life was good enough before?” with the panic that you’re losing your identity and life will not be normal again. I even felt and thought when I saw pregnant women in the street “Ooh girl!! You don’t know yet how this is going to mess you up...”
I used to be independent in life and now I found myself having someone totally dependent on me. It took me some time to adjust to this new life, so does my daughter to get used to life outside the womb.
Things are getting a bit easier as I am getting to know my little human and myself more and realise how time flies, how quick she changes, that I wasn’t enjoying her enough because of those fears, but I guess I had to go through this stage to be a better mum at her eyes.
It’s a crazy ride of emotions! We all have different stories, different battles, different babies. WELL DONE to every mummas out there! #girlpower
I am lucky to have a healthy child, that she is surrounded by all she needs but also that I am surrounded by amazing friends/mums who helped me going through this stage 🙌 Happy Monday and Happy 3 months to my little Noix de coco 🥥💛
📸: By super mumma (Me 🙋🏻