I’m afab and I am feminine but I think I’m agender and once I feel like I have it sorted out with my pronouns, I start thinking it’s all in my head and stop for couple days then go back at it.

    The things that’s making me really confused is that apparently people like feel there gender? And that’s how they know they have a gender? I don’t think I feel any of that but I don’t know cause I don’t know what it feels like lol I need help 🥺

    Hot take but just because I’m bi and I like men doesn’t mean I like men in a “straight” way.

    I don’t do anything in a straight way, I’m bi.

    My personal attraction to men is inherently bi, as is the rest of me.

    The way bi/pan/queer people are attracted to the opposite sex is comPLETELY different from how hetero people experience it. ANY bi/pan person will tell you that. Dynamics, points of attraction, goals and aspirations, everything.

    Because we’re not straight people.

    This goes DOUBLE for NB people or people questioning their gender.

    Liking the opposite sex in a gay way is different from liking them in a straight way, which is different from liking them as a bi person, which is different from living them as, say, someone who is ace.

    All kinds of attraction are different based on where the person is coming from.

    Stop forcing heteronormative roles on queer people.

    i've said this before and i'll say it again:

    sexuality is fluid, and it takes time for a lot of people to understand themselves. it's okay if you used to id as bi and later realized you're a lesbian, or vice versa. you're just as valid as everyone else. don't let anyone tell you otherwise.

    My dear lgbt+ kids, 

    If you used to identify as bi but now identify as gay, you’re not biphobic. 

    If you used to identify as gay but now identify as bi, you’re not homophobic. 

    It’s okay to change your label. It doesn’t make you a bad person. 

    There are so many reasons why you may change your label. Maybe your feelings changed - romantic and sexual orientation are not set in stone, they can be fluid and change over time. And that’s completely okay! 

    Or maybe you found out there’s a label that describes you better. After you’ve already identified with something that was close to how you feel, you learn about one that is exactly how you feel. There’s nothing wrong with that, either, it’s actually pretty common (After all, nobody starts out knowing every single label out there, so it often takes time until we find the perfect one!). 

    Changing your label does not mean you hate all people who identify as the label you first identified with. Sadly there are hateful people in our community who think some labels are better than others - but simply changing your label doesn’t make you one of them! 

    Don’t listen to anyone who tries to make you feel bad. 

    With all my love, 

    Your Tumblr Mom 

    hippieslovepeace1

    Hello I’m hoping someone could help me with figuring it out, I’m to far in my head and I need an outside perspective on it.

    So growing up I lived in a pretty gender neutral household, I did have girl toys like barbies, bratz, Polly pockets and dolls but I was never told that I couldn’t have the toys that my brothers got. So I had a mixture of girls and boys toys. I wore more girly clothes cause my mum would buy the clothes but as I got older I started to wear more boyish clothes cause I got them from my brothers when they weren’t wanted anymore. So again I have both boys and girls clothes and I wore what I was comfortable with, which was both.

    I never really thought to much of what I identify as when it came to my gender. I was born a female and I like having a females body but I don’t feel connected to it, like I don’t feel like I’m female or a male. I don’t feel like any gender. I like to wear girly clothes as well as boyish clothes, I’m find with being called she/her but if I’m Agender I wouldnt mind also being called they/them either. I don’t know if I am Agender or if this is all in my head and I’m just cis.

    Would like to hear some feedback on this. Would appreciate it. Thank You. 😊

    festive-sharkboi

    How did you just describe me?

    hippieslovepeace1

    @sharkboi156 it’s niice knowing I’m not alone in that feeling lol 😊

    Hello I’m hoping someone could help me with figuring it out, I’m to far in my head and I need an outside perspective on it.

    So growing up I lived in a pretty gender neutral household, I did have girl toys like barbies, bratz, Polly pockets and dolls but I was never told that I couldn’t have the toys that my brothers got. So I had a mixture of girls and boys toys. I wore more girly clothes cause my mum would buy the clothes but as I got older I started to wear more boyish clothes cause I got them from my brothers when they weren’t wanted anymore. So again I have both boys and girls clothes and I wore what I was comfortable with, which was both.

    I never really thought to much of what I identify as when it came to my gender. I was born a female and I like having a females body but I don’t feel connected to it, like I don’t feel like I’m female or a male. I don’t feel like any gender. I like to wear girly clothes as well as boyish clothes, I’m find with being called she/her but if I’m Agender I wouldnt mind also being called they/them either. I don’t know if I am Agender or if this is all in my head and I’m just cis.

    Would like to hear some feedback on this. Would appreciate it. Thank You. 😊

    timeslord

    IN MEMORY OF NAYA RIVERA

    Naya Rivera was a mom, a sister, a daughter. She was an actress, a singer, a writer, a model. She was a latina woman who went through a lot in this life. She was always vocal and open about important issues such as homophobia, racism, toxic relationships, sexism, motherhood, abortion. Her character in Glee was probably one of the most influential and important representations for the LGBTQ+ community and she always talked about how Santana was important for young LGBT people and how proud she was for being able to represent something good. If Santana ever helped you, Naya was so proud of that and of you. She changed lives.

    Thank you, Naya. You’ll be remembered and missed

    elizabethlailfan16

    Rest In Peace

    Naya Rivera

    🥺🥺🥺❤️

    Fly high angel

    But now I feel like people are actually starting to understand, educate themselves and see that this problem - it’s massive. And we need to talk about it. And there needs to be a change. We can’t just go on like this anymore. Over 400 years of oppression…it just can’t go on anymore. I feel overwhelmed by it all, now that the whole world is speaking about it.

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