Hey, y’all, this is my first time posting my body on here and I’m scared to do so. I have never been comfortable with my body in general, not just because of the dysphoria, but also because I’m disabled and I don’t generally like showing my body. ALSO: I APOLOGIZE FOR THE PEOPLE WHO SEE ME AT SCHOOL… MUST BE WEIRD FOR YOU. Thank you for reading this.
Anyways, it’s been a year and some months that I’ve come out as a transgender male and over the years, I have learned so much; about myself, about the people around me, and about the community itself. Of course, there are my up days where I feel so elated with everything and anything and there are the downs days where I just want to sit in the corner and cry. Wow, I’ve never been more vulnerable in a post. On any of those days where I have my extreme mood swings, there has always been that one person there for me and who understands the reasons why. So I thank that person, with all my heart, because they know who they are. It’s transgender awareness week and I guess this is where I drop inspiring words? I’m on a slow path to become who I want to be, but I’m not giving up because I know this is who I am. For anyone who is on the path of discovering who they are or already have discovered who they are; always remember, YOU DO YOU. You are amazing and wonderful and don’t ever lose sight in who you are and what you believe in.
My #pointofpride is my vulnerability and open-mindedness (depends on the mood, normally 99% of the time). HAPPY TRANS AWARENESS WEEK! I know I’m late.
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I see ya blowin’ me a kiss, it doesn’t take a scientist, to understand what’s going on, baby. ‘It’s just a little crush’. And we’re totally crushing on this gorgeous pic of @cynthianixon from way back when film still existed; marching with her daughter in tow for LGBTQ rights. You’re our muse, our hero. Thank you for standing up and clearing a path for others to follow. We’re right behind you.