Hey. My names Adam. I'm a 22 year old queer vegan transguy from NY.Currently living in Portland, OR. I started T on June 23rd, 2011. I had top surgery with Dr.Fischer January 8th, 2013.
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vegan-queer:

Down Is Not Up (2012) based on the Pink Tank’s fierce anti-assimilationist pamphlet We Will Not Protect You.

vegan-queer:

Down Is Not Up (2012) based on the Pink Tank’s fierce anti-assimilationist pamphlet We Will Not Protect You.

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jonesmadeatumblr:

asgardiancherrypudding:

WHERE IS YOUR GOD NOW, GENDER ROLES?

This is actually probably the best way to do things.

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guacats:

finiSHED THE FIRST ONE !!! available here 

guacats:

finiSHED THE FIRST ONE !!! available here 

+ I will be one year post op tomorrow!

I’ll post pictures as soon as I can. Probably tomorrow night. 

I really can’t believe it has been a year.

badhops:

My brother is visiting me from Portland and he’s making me stink like all his cigarettes but I like it.

badhops:

My brother is visiting me from Portland and he’s making me stink like all his cigarettes but I like it.

badhops:

Yuletide Adam 

Here’s a picture of me, taken by my brother, from Christmas Eve. I went back to NY for a little bit.

badhops:

Yuletide Adam 

Here’s a picture of me, taken by my brother, from Christmas Eve. I went back to NY for a little bit.

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I read a headline today:
“Preferred” Pronouns Gain Traction at US Colleges.
and I couldn’t help but think
even when we get a victory
we’re still prisoners of punctuation.
Trapped in quotations, like the air-quotes
that mocked me in seventh grade
when I wore boy’s clothes to school
and no one said I wore “boy” clothes to school.
No one mocked the gendered shoes.
No air-quotes around my flannel button-down shirt
marketed for males only. The quotes go around
things like “normal” instead. Punctuation trapped
words I chose for myself. Like normal.
Like my name.
Quotes around words like “intersectionality”
and “genderqueer” and “pansexual” in the newspaper
because even when they concede to using our words
they have to make sure we know
they don’t really believe it.
The little red line on my computer screen reminds me
they’re just humoring “us”
and our made-up “words”
highlighted with quotations
that point and laugh so everyone knows we aren’t real
and fenced in on either side by punctuation
so we can’t escape.
I want my words to be like everyone else’s.
I want feminism in a sentence like your morning coffee
and genderqueer in the spellcheck dictionary like lamp and courage.
I want my words to be no different than the ones you already use
and I want you to stop putting air quotes around normal.
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fyeahqueermusic:

Pansy Division-“Homo Christmas”

flihrty:

☆ gypsy/indie blog ☆

flihrty:

☆ gypsy/indie blog ☆

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to-this-day-maybe:

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to-this-day-maybe:

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queeremmaclaire:

tooyoungforthelivingdead:

Beautiful photo series showing one person presenting as two different genders in the same frame

“By doubling a single body within one frame,” Levine told BuzzFeed, “I celebrate the human capacity for gender fluidity and call into question the idea of authenticity of gender.” says JJ Levine about their series Alone Time.

The series is politically motivated, set out to convince us that gender is changeable. “Although this specific series is digitally collaged, it is important to note that no gender traits are altered or digitally manipulated — I make my models convincingly ‘pass’ as both male and female using makeup, costume, and gesture and no other means, thus defying the gender binary imperative.”

The project is also personal. “I’m trans, so I think about this stuff all the time in my day-to-day life. I express myself through image making; this focus is just one way that I can convey my ideas about myself and the world and the sometimes-messy intersection of the two.”

this is so lovely.

and really hot.

(Source: BuzzFeed)

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