hi, nice to meet you~! i'm danielle, a trans lesbian, passionately intersectional feminist, and adorable pony! she/her please~! 💖
A miku and friends print I made for acen! (It printed so nicely, I’m really happy with it and it makes me want to use bright colours more)
Also a fun miku i drew a couple weeks ago. thanks miku, creator of minecraft
hanging out with a group of women where you’re the only lesbian can feel so alienating at times, even if they’re not rude or trying to make you feel left out, there’s just something that doesn’t seem to connect, a bit what they consider to be the experience of being a woman that i just don’t get
in those conversation i am obviously not a man, but i am also not fully a woman
as a femme lesbian, a lot of the time I feel like my gender is femme. My womanhood is only relevant in relation to my love for women. My experience of womanhood can not be understood outside of lesbianism. My femmeness is inseparable from my lesbianism is inseparable from my womanhood.
Critiquing femme lesbians’ conception of gender almost always comes from a place of ignorance about this. Especially nonbinary femmes’ relation to gender. How we choose to articulate our gender and how we choose to navigate the complex web of patriarchy, heteronormativity, and cisnormativity that constitutes gender is, honestly, nobodies business but ours!
So! Stop policing us, stop pretending you know better than us, and stop speaking over us!
Anyone can reblog this.
Terfs don’t interact!