Category: trans

The Kids Are Alright!

There are some school kids on the table next to us in McDonald’s practicing their friend’s new ‘they/them’ pronouns.

“If we practice now then think how happy they’ll be on Monday at school.”

My heart. 💗


Give Us Roses While We’re Still Here
Transgender Day of Remembrance // Nov. 20th

This is just a poster I made the other day. I love all of my trans family, and I hope you take the day for remembrance & self care. 

A beginner’s guide to being an ally to trans people:


“Transgender Awareness Week is a time where we share and uplift the voices and experiences of the trans community, which includes celebrating the victories of trans folk while also remembering and honoring all members of our trans family who have lost their lives to anti-trans violence.

As a part of uplifting the trans community, it’s important that allies also take part. Of course, everybody is at different levels of knowledge on how to support trans people. So, as someone who is currently discovering their transness and also had to do a lot of learning and internal work on my journey, here is my beginner’s guide to being a trans ally.”

Read the full piece here


One thing I never understood in the discourse, no matter if ace exclusionists,…


One thing I never understood in the discourse, no matter if ace exclusionists, terfs or biphobes; the argument is always “cis straight people are using this identity to sneak into the LGBT community and steal our resources” and that leads me to one question: Why? Why would they? What use would a “straight man” have from saying they’re a trans lesbian? Why should somebody say they’re ace, why would people want to be a part of a MARGIALIZED GROUP, aka the LGBT community? Why would somebody want to get rid of their priviledge, just to be shunned by society, to recieve threats and hate? Just because they want PRIDE? Or what is your argument here, dear exclusionist?!

I just don’t get the logic behind this.

A special reminder for TRANS bisexuals that you are important and valid and you matter.
Trans bi people are often forgotten by the community and in the wake of Trump’s tweets, I want to remind you all that you are not a burden in our eyes.


A little sketch comic about how bisexuality is totally cool and good and not bad.

The format is

cliché!  I know.  But it makes it easy to talk about things I want to talk about.  Thanks for reading!

(I shouldn’t have to say this, but since a lot of people wanted to educate me on twitter: The words listed in panel seven [yes even in the parentheticals!] are just examples of how often acceptable language around gender and sexuality changes.  They are not lists of synonymous words, and many of them are now considered unacceptable.  That’s why they’re on the list. That’s what the list IS. I know.)

LGBT PRIDE MONTH, lgbt pride, bisexual pride, bisexual women pride!

June is national lgbt month, it’s for all lgbt+ community, as well as who support LGBT, no matter you are gay, lesbian, bisexual women, bisexual men, trans, pansexual, asexual, queer, and other lgbtqia+, we are pride!@bisexual threesome dating 

Trump is not celebrating June as “LGBT Pride Month”, but we will celebrate ourselves, because we are all LGBT and we are all SUPPORT LGBT COMMUNITY.



No matter which one is you.