Post about something that doesn’t directly or personally affect you the most challenge like for instance that Plaquenil is currently being hoarded, it’s a lupus drug, 90% of lupus patients are women, and 40% are Black. Jokey dudes and dirtbag accounts why don’t you do something outside your comfort zone (circle jerks)
I’m about to start making an entire schadenfreude meme account on IG about healthy abled people having to deal with the shit we’ve been dealing with for years
and really my only question is how much to hold back on “get ready for the shift to pink collar labor going into overdrive”
Currently thinking “go anonymous; no brakes on the train”
Most baby trans girls are afraid of/attracted to/afraid of/irrationally angered by other trans women. Most only trust trans women who transitioned within about 2 years of the time they did, and most distrust anyone chronologically older than them. Most suspect everyone else of being gullible, because most have been taught that women are dumb and don’t think critically, especially not femmes!
i think my original point to all this, which i forgot to make, is that no matter what labels we choose for ourselves, we should also always be challenging ourselves to try and be comfy with the language that came before us, or risk losing our ability to identify with our history.
You know how Lady MacBeth keeps washing her hands over and over trying to rid herself of the guilt of what she’s done, and rubs until she bleeds?
That’s not uncommonly something that we do -literally- and then there’s everyone who does it metaphorically.
You’re not the only one who feels guilty for having been raised as a boy, kid 🤷♀️ and you’re not hiding it, you’re making it more noticeable by attacking trans women who dare to talk about it.
29yrs old + (exceptions at my written discretion)
expect cw'd lewds
I made the zine "Fucking Trans Women."
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