Category: dysphoria

thedailyagender:

You do not have to experience a specific kind of dysphoria to be trans, or nonbinary, or agender. You don’t have to experience dysphoria at all.

You can experience physical dysphoria, or social dysphoria, or both. You can experience gender euphoria instead. You can experience all, or none.

There is no imaginary checklist with requirements you must meet in order to get your “[x] enough” card.

nonbinarypastels:

💗 trans people who only experience body dysphoria are still trans

💗 trans people who only experience social dysphoria are still trans

💗 trans people who don’t experience any dysphoria are still trans

💗 trans people who only experience gender euphoria are still trans

there is more than just one trans experience and all trans people should be embraced regardless of how dysphoria does or does not relate to their identity.

nonbinarypastels:

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nonbinarypastels:

shoutout to trans people who don’t experience dysphoria! your identity as a trans person is legitimate, your experiences are real, and you’re not any less trans than anyone else. 💗

Lee says:

We have info on self-validation below!

You’re not alone in feeling that you’re trans w/o dysphoria! Other people have sent similar asks in the past.

nbwriting:

Nonbinary people can have dysphoria

Nonbinary people can experience dysphoria that differs from the dysphoria binary trans people experience

Nonbinary people aren’t just their dysphoria, we have lives and cultures of our own

Dysphoria isn’t what makes us nonbinary

Image description: three rows of small colorful cactuses in different shapes, with letter in between the rows to spell out the phrase “No wrong way to have a body”