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Tf wrong with this dude πŸ€¦πŸΎβ€β™‚οΈπŸ˜‚(tag friends)
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After a solid chunk of anger and sadness yesterday-
I cannot help but feel beyond motivated.
My passion to further this community grows each and everyday.
"We're Not Going Anywhere."
#findstrengthinthestruggle #trans #transgender #ftm #transpride #translove #transman #aydiandowling #alionsfears #werenotgoinganywhere #resist

as things come and go in waves, I learn to ride them #tbt
I remember the first time I felt gender dysphoria in my body. I had been uncomfortable with parts of my body since puberty, but didn’t have the language to describe those feelings as being about gender. It was a month after I changed my gender expression from feminine to masculine. The comfort that came with finally feeling satisfied with my masculine gender expression also came with a hyperawareness that I could not find that masculinity in my body. Once the clothes and binder came off, I no longer felt like me. β€”
When I started wearing β€œmen’s”briefs instead of β€œgirls” underwear, I noticed I felt really different. The thick waistband and hugging fit made me feel more confident. I began to carry myself differently. There were days when I wished all the world could see my men’s underwearβ€” perhaps then they would see and understand me more. I often sagged my pants just a bit so people could see my intentional display of masculinity. For many years, clothes helped me manage the ups and down of my gender dysphoria.
As years went on, the distress I felt around my chest quickly intensified. The fact I was wearing men’s underwear didn’t matter because when I was out in public, it felt like all people could see was my chest, which would lead them to label me female. My binder became a constant reminder of my troubled relationship with this body part. The physical discomfort it caused contributed to the internal pain I was experiencing. For about two years, all I could think about was top surgery. β€”
After getting top surgery, I felt amazing. I was more at home in my body than ever before. For a few months, it felt like the weight of the dysphoria I carried with me for so long was totally lifted. I thought to myself, β€œmaybe I’m in the clear.” Little did I know what was coming. It wasn’t long until I experienced bottom dysphoria for the first time. I had never felt this beforeβ€” particularly in such a specific way. I was super freaked out by this feeling. Did this mean I needed to get bottom surgery too? I never thought of myself as someone who would need or consider bottom surgery. (More in comments...)

I'm so fucking in love with my chest. I cant wait to see how it looks as it continues to heal. I never expected it to look this good. I'm so fucking happy. I finally have a flat chest. 7 days Post Op. #blessed I was definitely crying in this picture.

#Repost @humanrightscampaign
These are just a few of the more than 15,000 transgender military personnel that defend our country. They wear the same uniform, take the same oath, and are heroes who put their lives on the line. Our brave troops are counting on us to have their back no matter their gender identity. Tap twice to stand with them. πŸ“·: @JeffSheng
#Transgender #Trans #TransRightsAreHumanRights #ProtectTransMilitary #LGBT #LGBTQ #Military #πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ

In a move that shocked even the Pentagon, President Donald Trump has barred transgender people from serving in the military. The ban could impact as many as 15,000 servicemembers.
The action has been widely criticized, even by fellow Republicans, and has reignited a debate within the LGBT community. Some have questioned whether the discourse on transgender rights should be broadened to include a critique of militarism.
We spoke with trans activist and scholar Dean Spade this morning: "When we lose our critique of militarism and of the U.S. military in this debate," says Spade, "What happens, in my view, is that trans people become sort of a symbolic space in which to have basically pro-military advocacy and PR." #transgender #transgenderrights #transmilitary #transmilitaryban #democracynow #amygoodman #militarism

An epic prehistoric pillow fight! πŸ˜‚ #ralphtherex


It has been a while since I've posted anything but I felt the need to in light of the recent ban on Transgender individuals in the military. Input and opinions are always welcome but unsolicited hate will be deleted. 1. Medical insurance is nobody's business but the individual on the specific policy, their insurance company, and their doctor. 2. Transgender individuals are humans with rights, rights that are being violated. This makes this a human rights issue. 3. Not all Transgender individuals suffer from dysphoria. 4. Not all Transgender individuals wish to transition or receive surgery. 5. Not all Transgender individuals legally or socially identify as Transgender. 6. Transgender individuals are tax-payers too! 7. Dysphoria is a mental illness. Self-identifying as Transgender is not a mental illness. 8. Your lack of proper education on the subject of self-identification is not a valid excuse to violate another humans rights. 9. A single news source, Facebook, or the hateful rhetoric your parents spout is not proper education on the matter. We are all being intentionally distracted and divided. Americans have forgotten what America is supposed to be. #landofthefree #humanrights #transgenderrightsarehumanrights #transgender #donaldtrump #belikesteven #lgbt #lgbtrights #enddiscrimination #tellthetruth @realdonaldtrump


I picked up these short overalls from ASOS and it turns out they have tons of places to put lens when i'm out taking photos. Stylish and productive. πŸ‘€πŸ”₯πŸ‘ŒπŸ»

Here's some posts about I feel about current events in America. Don't like it? Then take your transphobic ass somewhere else. ✌🏻✌🏻#transmilitary #transgender #lgbt

my heart goes out to all my trans pals out there, especially those who were planning on going into the military. i can't believe the blatant discrimination that's taking place, and this is just one more thing to show how trump is NOT supportive of the lgbt+ community, and he in no way wants the best for us like he said he did. he claimed he would fight for LGBT+ rights, but since he's become president, he's only disrespected the community and taken our rights away, from the new trans military ban to when he made it legal for schools to prohibit kids from using the bathroom that matches their gender identity. everybody who is capable of serving in the military should be able to, if defending their country is what they wish to do with their life. we should honor and support trans people that are in the military/wish to join, not make them feel like burdens. it's outrageous that trump has the audacity to say that trans people in the military would be too expensive bc of possible medical bills, when the military currently spends over 6x more money on viagra than the wellbeing of trans people serving in their ranks. (for those who don't know, viagra is a drug to help men get erections :/ this is absolutely outrageous and we all need to stand together and show our trans brothers, sisters, and everyone in between that we are alongside them, and we will fight for their rights just as they have fought for the rest of the community. pls know that you are NOT a burden, you are loved and appreciated and deserve to be treated equal. this will not shake us πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆπŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ
much love, meg❀
#transpeoplematter #transisbeautiful #lgbt #transpeoplearenotaburden #lgbtq #trans #transgender #love #equality #equalrights #loveislove #lovewins #transmilitaryban #military #unitedstatesmilitary

My heart broke when I found out about Trump. I personally never wanted to join the military but I do believe that if you love your country enough to die for it, you should be able to have that option -πŸ‘‘
#lgbt #lgbtq #lgbtqsupport #saga #sagasupport #lesbian #gay #bisexual #bi #transgender #transsexual #trans #queer #questioning #nonbinary #nb

In 18 weeks, I'll be in Fort Lauderdale anticipating the most drastic surgery of my life. The closer the date comes, the more I allow myself to think about it & get excited. I don't feel as hopeless when I'm trapped in my binder or when dysphoria is kicking my ass. I can't wait to feel my shirt against my flat chest.
My gofundme link is in my bio!! Anything helps & all that is donated will go towards surgery/recovery costs. Thank you so muchπŸ’™βœ–οΈβœ–οΈ #topsurgery #teamsassani #stayvisible

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