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So I’ve never spotted a transgender person, but then I’ve never been to a gym with a transgender friend, and I’m not going to spot a stranger unless they ask me first.
I’m so unfamiliar with the gym I call it James.
That is a nice skirt, good find
Billy Porter directed it!
This is really about being non-binary rather than trans but I hope there’s some shared experience with people being themselves rather than being defined by others.
Nikki Borge-Scott, a mother in Halton, Ontario, is throwing her daughter a gender reveal party—but not the regular, old-fashioned, binary-enforcing kind. Her eight-year-old daughter, Ella, is trans, and the party is a chance to celebrate her gender identity and new name with her family. Borge-Scott hopes that creating joyful memories of her daughter’s transition will help Ella continue to see her gender as something worthy of celebration.
From a song I’ve been listening too a lot lately…
So now we’re in the territory we’ve been in before
End the preparations and begin the war
The streets of this city’s what we’re asking for
And we’ll take 'em if they’re not given
I was in Nottingham for Pride last Saturday.
People still love us.
My favourite picture of the day.
It gets hard to remember that sometimes. Transphobes have such an outsized influence relative to their numbers. They may be able to pass shitty laws right now, but they are still losing the “culture war”.
That picture is awesome!!!
There were tens of thousands of happy-vibing people in a huge, peaceful march and hundreds of trans flags and signs.