Selfie, Trans Day of Visibility
Here's my #transdayofvisibility picture!
I'm a trans guy, with a nonbinary soul, and I've been on T for nearly 3.5 years now! I go by either he/him or they/them pronouns. I'd like to explore different ideas of what it means to be male, and to make the whole experience more loving and fun, dammit!
I'm thrilled to have made it all the way to 41 years old, and glad we are living in a time with greater acceptance. We've always been around! :)
why straight people who are into kinky stuff feel the need to "come out as kinky" (1/27) (for real this time), cw: bad, extreme secondhand embarrassment warning
@ItsMorgan hey Morgan I hope you're having a very lovely day. have you ever seen the anal vore coming out post
you gotta learn how to distinguish between "vaguing" or "vague meta" based on petty horseshit, on the one hand, & on the other hand people not mentioning names or only venting in semi-private contexts because they're afraid of reprisal. Not even necessarily "afraid of," though that can be; it can just be "tired of."
when people of color push back on racism, there is always a backlash, whether expressed in overt naked aggression or in polite liberal concern-trolling about "etiquette" and "proper" responses. when white people echo the same sentiments, that friction is vastly reduced to totally absent.
I chose to name names, get specific, make the full context clear, & do it in public for the simple reason that as a white Anglo, I could take on *no appreciable risk* for doing so. if you're inclined to critique myass folks for being "vague" about a white woman escaping consequences for caping for a racist, imagine the flack they'd be getting— maybe from you!— if they got specific instead
@LuigiEsq skdksksdkdksskdskdksksks ranger rick can fuckin build a campfire in my pussy
EMO is a current look between goth and rock--it means "emotional!"
Unstoppable shitposting engine.