I’m tired. I’m done. I hate people misgendering me. I know it’s “selfish” to say things like that but fuck... I just want to be respected. People think respect is saying “yes ma’am”, “so sir”, ect, but in all reality respect is just treating another human like a human. Constantly and purposely misgendering someone just to make them feel bad about themselves is something that is just plain rude and in my eyes it’s considered bullying.
If you know that someone would much rather go by a different name/pronouns then PLEASE respect them enough as a human being to actually call them those things. It’s not that hard. .
Feeling the side effects that all the trans guys talked about - hot, horny, and hungry lol. I thought my sex drive was already high pre-T but nah there's whole new different level on T. 😅 I feel hot even if it's 60F sth degree. I end up cutting my shirts into tank tops. And I have to watch my weight since I'm eating non-stop. I noticed my belly getting bigger 🙊 and it's all fats lolol where's my muscle squad at
@bristiahartley You are my favourite person in the world. You are my best friend and my lover, and while things may go wrong and we may both be sad for a while, there is no other person I'd rather spend my time with. Our relationship is never going to be completely perfect. It doesn't need to be for our love to be real. I love our imperfectly perfect relationship. You make me happy, I feel content with you and only you, and I am certain that even if we can never reach a "perfect relationship" we will both still try our hardest to reach it anyway. I love you, Bristia Hartley. *To anyone else reading this, go about your day with a warm and fuzzy feeling and share some love with someone you care about.* #love#pansexual#anniversary#perfectimperfection#gay#LGBT#ftmtrans#cisfemale#relationship
1. denoting or relating to a person whose sense of personal identity and gender does not correspond with their birth sex.
“Gender dysphoria, or gender identity disorder (GID), is the distress a person experiences as a result of the sex and gender they were assigned at birth.”
1. a state of unease or generalized dissatisfaction with life.
“Body dysmorphic disorder (BDD) is a mental disorder characterized by the obsessive idea that some aspect of one's own appearance is severely flawed and warrants exceptional measures to hide or fix it.”
Here is the literal proof that you don’t need (body) dysphoria to be transgender. You only need GENDER dysphoria to be transgender. Without it, you can’t be. But you don’t need to be uncomfortable with your BODY to be trans. You can have body dysmorphic disorder and not be trans. You can be uncomfortable with your gender but be completely fine with your body and be trans. You don’t need to be masculine, feminine, androgynous, have surgery, take hormones, etc. to be transgender. All you need is to be uncomfortable with your assigned gender/sex. In order to get my name changed (since I’m a minor) I needed to be diagnosed with gender dysphoria so they could make sure I was really trans (kinda fucked in a sense but it makes sense I guess ahaha). I’m tired of seeing trans people mock and degrade others because they’re not “masculine enough” or “feminine enough”. It’s not about your body or presentation, it’s about your mind.
[Shoutout to @owen_.normandy for telling me to post about this.]