Category: agender selfie sunday

frienderyn: Selfie Sunday, right? This is a …

frienderyn:

Selfie Sunday, right?

This is a week old but I’m sick as all hell today.

(They/Them)

little-babybat: it ya boi he/they

little-babybat:

it ya boi

he/they

official-trans-alien:

official-trans-alien:

Tonight’s a selfie night bc I’m hot as fuck y’all

grimaschild:

grimaschild:

Flowers>>>

illusivethief:

illusivethief:

bedhead 😴

buildarocketboys:

buildarocketboys:

Morning all

blkberry-craft:

blkberry-craft:

but will witchcraft make my sleepiness disappear? 🖤🕸🌙💤 (they/them)

odiwl:

odiwl:

is dis tumblr enough???

batcoins: agenderchat: batcoins: Hello my na…

batcoins:

agenderchat:

batcoins:

Hello my name is EZ; I am Not Trans Enough and I don’t care.

To @batcoins and anyone out there wondering if they are “trans enough” – yes, you are. You are worthy, you are valid, you deserve all the love and respect in the world.

So let me explain –

I started my transition 11 years ago. This was before tumblr and the “queer internet” was really a thing at all, never mind the nonbinary/genderqueer community on it. I pretty much had what I could find in my area, and maybe one secret chatroom that I happened to find.

At the time, those who were loud about it were the men and women who renounced everything about their sex assigned at birth, who took hormones and voice lessons and got surgeries and considered “passing” to be success or failure, period. After all, the whole point was to “fully transition.”

Because of this, I put off seeking top surgery. I knew I wanted it, and I wistfully dreamed about it, but I didn’t think I was “trans enough” for it. I had friends who stopped talking to their trans friends after surgery, and hoo boy did I not want to stop talking to the people who kept me alive. So I put it off.

Only in 2016 did I finally feel like there were enough nonbinary and genderqueer people around. Only then did I finally get fed up with myself for relying on external validation of my gender. In March of 2017, I got top surgery. It’s not perfect, but I don’t regret it. I’m happier and healthier and more comfortable being who I am.

My intended takeaway from this post: there is no such thing as “trans enough.” You are good enough being exactly who you are. You don’t have to compare yourself to other people, trans or cis. Wherever you are on the spectrum, there you are, and you are not alone.

Beautiful addition to this post. 

batcoins: Hello my name is EZ; I am Not Trans …

batcoins:

Hello my name is EZ; I am Not Trans Enough and I don’t care.

To @batcoins and anyone out there wondering if they are “trans enough” – yes, you are. You are worthy, you are valid, you deserve all the love and respect in the world.