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    angelchrys replied to your post“Soooo my birthday is April 24th….”

    Also a good day to buy you things for those of us who aren’t fic writers… ;-)

    Everyone should transform into fic writers for my birthday.

    For you I’ll assign Marius and Enjolras.


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    blackdieselcinema:

    File under: #TVMomentsThatDestroyedMe


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    lethalmami:

    Happy trans visibility day!!!! 💕💕💕💕💕


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    youngstero:

    in honor of transgender day of visibility here our photos of Marsha P. Johnson and Sylvia Rivera, the two founders of STAR (Street Transgender Action Revolutionaries) which dedicated itself to helping homeless transgender and gay youth beginning in the 1970′s - here is a link to a pdf of a zine with a detailed history of STAR, several really amazing interviews and pieces written by Sylvia and an interview with Marsha - both beautiful trans women of color and both of whom should never be forgotten 


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    voltisubito:

    who’s cute, Muslim, *and* nonbinary as hell?

    happy trans day of visibility, y’all. remember to be kind to queer people of faith, people who may have to hide their gender identity around their families or communities, or both! ❤️ it’s scary being stuck between two communities and even scarier for me to post these, but here goes nothing.

    (they/them or she/her)


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    transstudent:

    10 Things You Can Do For Transgender Day Of Visibility

    Transgender Day of Visibility is this week (3/31)! Click here to learn 10 things you can do for ‪#‎TDOV‬!

    1. Go to Local Transgender Day of Visibility Events
    2. Learn About Trans History
    3. Support Trans-Led Organizations
    4. Don’t Out Your Trans Friends
    5. Know the Differences Between Gender Identity, Gender Expression, Sex Assigned at Birth, Sexual Orientation, and Romantic Orientation
    6. Recognize the Intersections of Transness and Other Identities
    7. Help Make Women’s Spaces Inclusive of Trans Women
    8. Learn Trans Terminology
    9. Tell People When They Say Something Transphobic or Cissexist
    10. Celebrate Trans Identities

    Read the full article here.


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    misguidedshadow:

    Trans day of visibility. My love and I.


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    snowbarrelblast:

    snowbarrelblast:

    ok!

    a throwback…(they / them)


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    spectrejack:

    ~*~*~fuck da haterzzzz~*~*~

    [they/them]


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    largecoin:

    misty, my girlfriend, wanted me to post something on her behalf for trans day of visibility

    shes here and shes beautiful, loved, and resilient


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    heavymuffintop:

    thought i would conjure up some unapologetically fat & transy moments in time for trans day of visibility 


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    queeroyalty:

    gay queen aesthetic (she/her)


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    bh-flint:

    actuallyalivingsaint:

    William Shatner is not having any of your shit today

    That’s my captain.


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    llerret:

    Black Trans women. #Sisterhood


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    anarchoace:

    PHOTOS: Transgender Elders Show Us The Meaning of Survival

    In the many years that Jess T. Dugan, a Boston-based trans photographer, has spent capturing images of gender-variant people, she says she’s consistently noticed a striking absence in both art and social sciences: imagery of older trans folks.

    "And," Dugan explains further on her website, “those [representations] that do exist are often one-dimensional.” So Dugan set out to fill this gap, teaming up with social work researcher Vanessa Fabbre since fall 2013 to develop the evocative photo project, “To Survive on This Shore.” In the recently released collection, diverse trans elders ages 50 to 86 are pictured at home or in meaningful spaces, gazing unapologetically into the camera, as if asking the viewer to look deeper into their unique context and life story.

    (Full Article)


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  • 03/31/15--17:33: Ugggh
  • Is anyone I know going to Sherlocked?


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    scullyseviltwin replied to your post: “Ugggh”:

    Hahahah I like the “uggggggh.”

    It is so dumb and I don’t wanna go and I just talked myself back out of going. That was a close one.


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    sensitivehandsomeactionman:

    SeaCon 2015 photos by Melanie


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