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nonnobissolum asked: this blog is weird and fetishizing

Sorry you feel that way about transbodies. 

princessstarlight:

♡ i wake up wishing his hands were on me, teasing me and touching me ♡

(via mzmew)

minorfour:

This made my heart smile.

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Laverne Cox Vibe Vixen Nov 20, 2013

hiyellachocolate:

katblaque:

Just another day in tranphobic gay men. 

Cissexism knows no bounds. 
transqueersxxx:

Feeling really IN my body lately.

"'My name is Robert but I would prefer that you call me Bob.' It's just like that. You know what I mean? And if you were to insist upon calling that person Robert, you would be a colossal dick."

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Paul F. Tompkins, succinctly explaining why you call people what they want to be called, whether it’s “little people” or “transgender” or “chairperson” or “Bob”. It’s not about being politically correct and it’s not about you. It’s about basic decency and respect. (via ericmortensen)

Yup.

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originalplumbing:

Hirstory lesson time! When heading to all your “Pride” parties this weekend, don’t forget the people who came before us, those who paved the way, who are often overlooked especially by mainstream LGB(T) “culture”.

Marsha P Johnson was an American transgender rights activist, Queen of Stonewall and Transgender Revolutionary. She was a co-founder of Street Transvestite Action Revolutionaries (S.T.A.R.) in the early 1970s and became the “mother” of S.T.A.R. House along with Sylvia Rivera. They would get together food and clothing to help support the young trans women living in the house on the lower East Side of NYC.

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mytranssexual:

We matter! Our lives matter! We are human beings, our future matters! I hope our community understand this!