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Friendly reminder that using someone’s correct pronouns is not optional. Failing to do so is transphobic as fuck.

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Legally Recognize Non-Binary Genders.


Legal documents in the United States only recognize “male” and “female” as genders, leaving anyone who does not identify as one of these two genders with no option. Australia and New Zealand both allow an X in place of an M or an F on passports for this purpose and the UK recognizes ‘Mx’ (pronounced as Mix or sometimes Mux) as a gender-neutral title.

This petition asks the Obama Administration to legally recognize genders outside of the male-female binary (such as agender, pangender, genderfluid, and others) and provide an option for these genders on all legal documents and records. 

The petition is back! 



if you’re cis please be aware that you have nooooooooooo right to decide what is and isn’t transphobic, cissexist, or transmisogynistic. you have no right to judge whether or not a person is “trans enough” for your standards. you have no right to say that gender doesn’t matter, or that it isn’t important. at all.

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I am non-binary and I would call myself "truscum" if that's the term that the kids are using. I don't think trans people, binary or non-binary, who don't experience dysphoria can claim to be trans people. I believe that's appropriating my experience as a trans person who suffers from excruciating dysphoria. It's the same thing with these stupid pronouns like glitterself and mermaidself.

Asked by Anonymous


Well, we would appreciate if you kept your bigoted opinions to yourself from now on, because what you believe to be appropriation (hint: it’s not) actually erases the experiences of many folks and communities within the transgender spectrum. Thanks.


A PSA on non-binary people outside of the English speaking world.


I saw a lot of non-binary users from other countries getting hated on when it comes to pronouns. You see, on my sidebar I say “neutral/male pronouns”, and I got hate saying that I “wasn’t non-binary if I wanted to get addressed by as male”.

You see, on some countries that do not…

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These are the companions to the sexuality cards I created a few weeks ago: GENDER BUSINESS CARDS.

Fuck yeah. 

The opposite side to these cards are pronoun based, like the final image. I have pronoun sets of:

  • She/Her
  • He/Him
  • They/Them
  • Ze/Hir
  • Ey/Em
These pronoun set will be uploaded in a separate post since tumblr only allows for 10 images per photoset. 
To get the whole “business card experience,” print your two selected cards double-sided. Cut them out, and bam. You’re in business. (I’m so sorry for the pun. It was necessary.)

Thank you to everyone in the trans*, genderqueer, and beyond communities for teaching me and helping me on my journey! Your help was greatly appreciated, and these would have never been possible without the people who contacted me and gave me advice and guidance. You guys rock! 

This actually helps me understand the terms alot better now, thank you for making these!

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Building an Abolitionist Trans & Queer Movement with Everything We’ve Got

from Captive Genders (eds. Stanley and Smith) (2011) by Morgan Bassichis, Alex Lee, and Dean Spade. 

this makes me want to cry, it is really nice & succinct & explains so much of what i am constantly trying to argue with friends/family.

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Respect trans* people.

Regardless of how you feel about trans* identities or transition, these are still people and they deserve respect.

If you can’t find it in yourself to do that then do everyone a favor and remove yourself from any space with trans* people. Better you say nothing.

Why does this not have more notes?

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Gender neutral pronoun posters.



except some people totally do ze/zir/zirs/zirself!

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Never Trust An Ibis: stagkingswife: iamsexuallyvoracious: kethera: ineedtothinkofatitle:....






when people attack trans* ppl for “making up words” like genderqueer and etc, makes me wonder where they think words actually come from. is it god? does god make the words? or perhaps…

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