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"I was on the cover of Time magazine in June, and that same month, four trans women of color were murdered in the United States. So just because I got an Emmy nomination doesn’t mean the lives of trans people aren’t in peril every day.” - Laverne Cox


Posted 1 day ago

trekofalice replied to your post “When did we become broken?  So many of us are fighting personal demons…”

I know people on here support me. But I also need them to tell me. I need that reassurance. But I don’t get it. But I do try and give it. idk I wish we were more open w each other on here xx

Well I support you 100%.  I think you are an amazing person.  If you ever want to talk, feel free to message me on FB.

Posted 2 days ago

When did we become broken?  So many of us are fighting personal demons and losing.  I read so many posts on various social medias of distress.  We have let fear consume us.  I can count the number of times on Tumblr I have reblogged information to suicide hotlines knowing that there are people out there who are losing their battles and feel there is no way out.  Where has the hope gone?  We fear what people think of us, we fear being unique, we fear being ourselves, and we distance ourselves due to fear of letting people in.  I follow a blog called “Need a Couch”, which is a network for LGBT people who have been kicked out of their homes.  What has happened to people that they would rather throw their kids out on the street than embrace them for who they are.  Some parents are so afraid of others judging them for having a LGBT child, that they would rather discard their children with the trash.  It makes my heart break.  Recently I have seen a rise in posts of people who have started cutting themselves or contemplating suicide.  Where is the love?  People should not be afraid to be themselves.  We need to raise self esteem instead of breaking it down.  I have friends who constantly feel they aren’t good enough.  But they are and I try to tell them that every chance I get.  We need to replace fear and hate with love.  I myself have let fear consume me.  Everyday I step out the door I fear what people will say or do to me just for being different, for being a transgender woman.  It is so much easier to hide myself behind a computer.  I can easily be myself online, but ask or want to meet up in person and I have a panic attack.  I would love to hang out and spend time with so many of you but I am afraid to ask.  Where did this fear come from?  I know I am not alone.  Just scroll through the LGBT blogs on Tumblr.  We need to fear less, love more, and hug more.  You never know how a simple hug could make someone’s day.  Or a simple chat over coffee.  We are not alone.  We need to support each other.  This has been weighing on my heart for a long time now and I really needed to get it out.

Posted 2 days ago

Let’s make Dean in gym shorts the most reblogged picture on Tumblr.





“Challenge accepted!” —SPN fandom.

omg this is still going


i’m not even in the supernatural fandom and i’m still going to reblog

lost count of the times i’ve reblogged this

I swear like half of those reblogs is me

…………………’s still not fucking broken 


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Posted 2 days ago

Ever look back at old pictures of yourself, pre-transition, and not recognize yourself?  Or in disbelief that the picture is of you?  I was looking at older pictures and having a hard time believing its me.

Posted 2 days ago

Can I just say Ryan Reynolds is Hot!!  That is all.

Posted 3 days ago

My in-laws are having a cookout this evening. Since we share a backyard, we were invited. Only issue is I have to be in boy mode and get introduced to people I don’t know as my wife’s husband. I hate boy mode. This is the first time in boy mode in 6 months since being out full time. It sucks. Stupid non understanding in-laws.

Posted 3 days ago



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Posted 3 days ago



this is very important and needs more reblogs

This is one of my favorite quotes

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