genderedintelligence:

Terrence Higgins Trust have produced free booklets addressing the sexual health and wellbeing needs of trans men and women. 
Direct links to PDF copies of the booklets can be found online here:
Trans Health Matters: Trans Women
Trans Health Matters: Trans Men
Or you can order up to 3 hard copies for free from Terrence Higgins Trust here.

genderedintelligence:

Terrence Higgins Trust have produced free booklets addressing the sexual health and wellbeing needs of trans men and women. 

Direct links to PDF copies of the booklets can be found online here:

Trans Health Matters: Trans Women

Trans Health Matters: Trans Men

Or you can order up to 3 hard copies for free from Terrence Higgins Trust here.

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whosthatiseewalkininthesewoods:

skankassqueer:

photos by my dragon jamie

feel free to reblog

Reblogging because she has a Lurking Corpses tattoo!  (And other beautiful attributes.)

But, fuck Fort Wayne.  Seriously.

antistellar:

netscapeshawty:

ripkamsud:

dontstealbeats:

I’m glad to see he was acquitted for defending himself against those ratchet bitches. I like how the writer puts in the caption he brutally beat two female customers. Fuck those overzealous cops & the D.A. for trying to pursue charges on this guy.

and the 2 bitches are getting charged with trespassing 
praise the lord jesus

very good

great

antistellar:

netscapeshawty:

ripkamsud:

dontstealbeats:

I’m glad to see he was acquitted for defending himself against those ratchet bitches. I like how the writer puts in the caption he brutally beat two female customers. Fuck those overzealous cops & the D.A. for trying to pursue charges on this guy.

and the 2 bitches are getting charged with trespassing 

praise the lord jesus

very good

great

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fyeahqueervintage:

[image description: image is a black and white photo of a protest. In front is a white person who is presumably a drag queen in a large coat and a dress with their arm in the air triumphantly. In the background there is a person holding a sign that says “drag it out in the open” in all caps.]
knowhomo:

LGBTQ* History You Should Know
(And Probably Never Heard Of)
— Compton Cafeteria Riots 1966 
“One weekend night in August — the precise date unknown — Compton’s, a twenty-four-hour cafeteria, was buzzing with its usual late-night crowd of drag queens, hustlers, slummers, cruisers, runaway teens, and down-and-out neighborhood regulars. The restaurant’s manager became annoyed by a noisy young crowd of queens at one table who seemed to be spending a lot of time without spending a lot of money, and called in the police to roust them — as it had been  doing with increasing frequency throughout the summer.
A surly police officer …. grabbed the arm of one of the queens and tried to drag her away. She unexpectedly threw her coffee in his face, however, and melee erupted…. The paddy wagons arrived and the street fighting broke out in Compton’s vicinity.”
Text from: Stryker, Susan. Transgender History. Berkeley, CA: Seal, 2008. P. 64



Susan Stryker was one of my profs and it’s always funny to me when I see her name come up. I’m really sad she’s not teaching here any more.

fyeahqueervintage:

[image description: image is a black and white photo of a protest. In front is a white person who is presumably a drag queen in a large coat and a dress with their arm in the air triumphantly. In the background there is a person holding a sign that says “drag it out in the open” in all caps.]

knowhomo:

LGBTQ* History You Should Know

(And Probably Never Heard Of)

— Compton Cafeteria Riots 1966 

“One weekend night in August — the precise date unknown — Compton’s, a twenty-four-hour cafeteria, was buzzing with its usual late-night crowd of drag queens, hustlers, slummers, cruisers, runaway teens, and down-and-out neighborhood regulars. The restaurant’s manager became annoyed by a noisy young crowd of queens at one table who seemed to be spending a lot of time without spending a lot of money, and called in the police to roust them — as it had been  doing with increasing frequency throughout the summer.

A surly police officer …. grabbed the arm of one of the queens and tried to drag her away. She unexpectedly threw her coffee in his face, however, and melee erupted…. The paddy wagons arrived and the street fighting broke out in Compton’s vicinity.”

Text from: Stryker, Susan. Transgender History. Berkeley, CA: Seal, 2008. P. 64

compton cafe

Susan Stryker was one of my profs and it’s always funny to me when I see her name come up. I’m really sad she’s not teaching here any more.

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transsupportivesealion:

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[submitter’s comment:] because genderqueers need support, too <3

I’m an equal opportunity employer.

transsupportivesealion:

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[submitter’s comment:] because genderqueers need support, too <3

I’m an equal opportunity employer.

transsupportivesealion:

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transsupportivesealion:

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brennando:

Oh my god. I was SO excited when I saw this awesome book bag that says “TRANS” at Target earlier tonight. I was so tempted to buy it (Anyone wanna buy one for me? Just kidding. I have enough gay apparel as it is).
Mostly because of the cute (and highly appropriate) zebra print design, but yanno.. the TRANS part makes it pretty awesome too. I hope I see people walking around with these TRANS book bags.
I’ll be such a happy and giggly boy.

Fun story: the IU campus is lousy with these things. During my freshman year, when I was but a little trans guy in a hot steaming pot of denial, seeing these backpack could [and often did] send me into a fit of tears. Many awkward bus rides.Good times. 

brennando:

Oh my god. I was SO excited when I saw this awesome book bag that says “TRANS” at Target earlier tonight. I was so tempted to buy it (Anyone wanna buy one for me? Just kidding. I have enough gay apparel as it is).

Mostly because of the cute (and highly appropriate) zebra print design, but yanno.. the TRANS part makes it pretty awesome too. I hope I see people walking around with these TRANS book bags.

I’ll be such a happy and giggly boy.

Fun story: the IU campus is lousy with these things. During my freshman year, when I was but a little trans guy in a hot steaming pot of denial, seeing these backpack could [and often did] send me into a fit of tears. Many awkward bus rides.

Good times. 

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