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This is the webcomic I’m reading right now. I’m at page 396 and I do recommend it. The drawings are easy on the eye, there are no text walls and the language is easy. To follow the story is also easy, I’ve taken long breaks from the comic and forgotten it but then when I came back it all made sense again.

It’s about a transgirl - Rain, and her daily struggle to pass in school. She’s also’ve got a bunch of friends, and as you see only one of them is a cishet. For now. Over time, labels for the characters changes as the reader gets to know them better.

When someone misgenders the transgirl and expect her to take it


seriously tho everyone should read rain because its a comic about a transgirl by a transwoman and theres an nb character and an asexual character and i just IT S RLY GOOD OKAY IT DEALS WITH ISSUES AND EDUCATING CISHET PEOPLE RLY WELL an D YEA

I’m reading it and right now I’m at page 80 and this far I’ve enjoyed the comic. It kind of feels cozy, I don’t know.

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I love how this makes more sense than doing 15 minutes of argumentative Trans 101 with an adult.

this works.

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Tim Minchin - Not Perfect

Love Tim soooo much.. White wine in the sun makes me tear up every time I hear it

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When I started transition, almost 14 years ago, I imagined, I had this fantasy, that I would start taking hormones and in a few years, I was gonna blend in and no one would ever know that I was trans. I could just live my life undetected. And I knew a lot of trans folks like that, it was presented as the goal of transitioning. 

When I realized that I wasn’t blending in effortlessly, I had to sort of to reevaluate things for myself. I had to begin to think about and I’ve begin to own this transgender thing. It became something that I had to say, "Well, this is who I am." (x)

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The child I babysit sometimes is 5 years old. Last time I went to take care of him I noticed he has this awesome painting of the moon in his bedroom. He told me his mothers friend painted it. After he told me the artists name he then explained to me “She used to be a boy but she didn’t feel good so now she just takes medicine and it helps her to be a girl. She feels better” 

It’s literally that easy to explain it to kids. 

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What Would You Do?: A transgender woman is insulted by a man at a diner. This is a really great segment they did where a trans woman, played by a real trans woman, is insulted and ridiculed by a man (played by an actor, of course) while she serves him at a diner. You’d be surprised at how many people butted in to defend her.

So much faith in humanity restored.

Fucking great how they supported her.

I may need to watch this show more often.

well, this is beautiful 

That last guy though. He was going to sit there for as long as it took to make sure Kevin didn’t attack Carmen. He even said he had a good catholic upbringing. Catholics aren’t really known for their acceptance, and for him to not only defend her, but protect her, is just…wow.

Wow, crying when watching these. Strangers actually stood up for Carmen and protected her?

I’ve experienced being afraid that someone will attack or harass me, and if it would happen I would be totally dependent on strangers will to protect me. I keep out of people’s ways so there’s not much confrontation in my life though.

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…i didn’t cry drawing it…

… I didn’t cry after reading it…

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My womanhood does not depend upon surgery, whether current, past or eventual. I am a woman whether I have a penis or not, whether I intend to change it or not.