Because trans folks don’t just deserve safety. We deserve love too.
When I tell someone my preferred pronouns are they/ them/ their, I never know what to expect.
Despite years of advocating for the LGBTQ community, the existence of bisexuals is still called into question.
It’s frustrating that people are still using “gay” or “lesbian” to insult or describe clothing. Like…how can you dress like a sexuality?
Every year around the holidays, we visit my father’s side of the family. I have not come out to any of them.
When I came out to my family a year ago, it was the first time I connected my queer identity…
When I tell someone that my preferred pronouns are they/them/their, I never know what to expect.
When I explain to my peers that it’s insulting, many of them do stop saying it. The people who keep using it are the people closest to me–my family.
Coming out required me to first love myself, and then to believe that someone out there and would love me back.