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cctcd:

bloggingandbumming:

transqueersxxx:

As you can see, in this picture I have helpfully labeled all the ‘female’ parts of my body by highlighting them in red. Also, there is no red in this image. Anon, you need to rethink your life choices, yo. “Normal people?” We’re offending you non-trans people? Terribly sorry, dear, won’t happen again, except that this isn’t your space. This is ours. And if our bodies offend you, then I am pretty sure that is entirely your problem. Because they’re our bodies. We can’t exactly trade them out, can we? The point is, no matter if we experience dysphoria, no matter if we feel that our bits were configured wrong, no matter if we wish they would just up and walk away without a trace, they’re still /ours/ and they are the gender that /we are./ So think of that next time before you go inaccurately gendering and labeling people, pal.Dishonor, Anon. Dishonor on you. Dishonor on your family. Dishonor on your cow.
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 That first paragraph = magic. You win every award on the planet, darling submitter. *endless applause*

Empowerment. And dishonored cows. <3

Reblogging for the sheer power of awesome that radiates off this post.

cctcd:

bloggingandbumming:

transqueersxxx:

As you can see, in this picture I have helpfully labeled all the ‘female’ parts of my body by highlighting them in red. Also, there is no red in this image. 

Anon, you need to rethink your life choices, yo. “Normal people?” We’re offending you non-trans people? Terribly sorry, dear, won’t happen again, except that this isn’t your space. This is ours. And if our bodies offend you, then I am pretty sure that is entirely your problem. Because they’re our bodies. We can’t exactly trade them out, can we? 

The point is, no matter if we experience dysphoria, no matter if we feel that our bits were configured wrong, no matter if we wish they would just up and walk away without a trace, they’re still /ours/ and they are the gender that /we are./ So think of that next time before you go inaccurately gendering and labeling people, pal.

Dishonor, Anon. Dishonor on you. Dishonor on your family. Dishonor on your cow.

Submitted anonymously

 That first paragraph = magic. You win every award on the planet, darling submitter. *endless applause*

Empowerment. And dishonored cows. <3

Reblogging for the sheer power of awesome that radiates off this post.

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