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"Schools in California, Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Texas, and even Virginia have recently seen shining moments of trans inclusion. While the school year doesn’t present many opportunities for an institution to actively demonstrate its commitment to trans equality, after being voted onto the court by their classmates, the royal students themselves often walk away from the moment inspired to keep working for the rights and visibility of LGBT people.
While some may argue that homecoming courts (and for the sake of this list, a couple prom courts) are an outmoded tradition based on gender roles, they clearly also have the ability to affirm trans students’ genders, rally a community of supportive youth, and highlight the accomplishments of young trans women and men.”

10 Transgender Kings and Queens Who Ruled the School
I’m not crying you’re crying

outforhealth:

"Schools in California, Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Texas, and even Virginia have recently seen shining moments of trans inclusion. While the school year doesn’t present many opportunities for an institution to actively demonstrate its commitment to trans equality, after being voted onto the court by their classmates, the royal students themselves often walk away from the moment inspired to keep working for the rights and visibility of LGBT people.

While some may argue that homecoming courts (and for the sake of this list, a couple prom courts) are an outmoded tradition based on gender roles, they clearly also have the ability to affirm trans students’ genders, rally a community of supportive youth, and highlight the accomplishments of young trans women and men.”

10 Transgender Kings and Queens Who Ruled the School

I’m not crying you’re crying

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Anonymous said: I'm thinking about ordering testosterone online(illegally) because I'm seventeen and I don't feel like I can wait. I know this isn't a good idea but I'm just so conflicted. What are the dangers of using hormones without monitoring?

gendercube:

This is one subject that I will not be nice about. This is one subject I will not hold your hand through and try to sugar coat what I say. This is because the reality of ordering testosterone and self-medicating is that it can very well lead to your death. I’m not happy about this message whatsoever because I care about you - all of you - and you need to know better than this. You need to understand why this is such a dangerous and irresponsible idea.

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apathetic-oxyclean:

I WILL REBLOG ALL OF THE UNLIKELY ANIMAL COMPANIONS

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nevvzealand:

my parents think i spend all this time on facebook

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eriannny:

we all ugly to somebody don’t trip

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fenton-ann:

Did Tim Burton just nail how everybody feels when they have a crush on someone they know doesn’t like them back?

I LOVE THIS MOVIE

IT TEACHES PEOPLE THAT IF SOMEONE DOESINT LOVE THEM BACK,THAT IF YOUR REALLY LOVE THEM THEN YOUD LET THEM GO INSTEAD OF BEING PISSED OFF AT THEM FOR IT

SHE FUCKIN HELPS THEM GET BACK TOGETHER IN THE END AT THATS WHAT SETS HER FREE 

I LOVE THAT

It also teaches you not to wander around 19th century forests at night practicing your marriage vows because Helena Bonham Carter might accidentally come back from the dead and force you into mummy matrimony.

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Link 1 Oct 140 notes Radical Neurodivergence Speaking: How dare I? How dare you not?»

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jumpingjacktrash:

When a parent kills an autistic child, it’s so predictable. People come out of the woodwork to defend the killer, demand we walk in her shoes, to stomp their feet and demand of me “how dare you judge?”

Easily.

How dare you not?

> “Don’t kill your kid” is a pretty low standard. I have no doubt in my mind that I can life the rest of my days without committing, or even considering, infanticide. I’m a bit terrified, though, of all the parents who feel this is too stringent a standard, who are eager to make clear that maybe they will kill their kid, they’re just not sure that “no killing” is a fair expectation.

PREACH.

Whenever you sympathize with someone like Kelli Stapleton, I’m just going to presume you would also murder your own child under such circumstances.

But of course, that’s only if the child is disabled. Then our lives are worth less because of some quality of life bullshit.

#IAmIssyStapleton. I’m one of the lucky autistics who wasn’t murdered as a child, but I was abused on a regular basis.

(Source: autisticadvocacy)


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