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grumpypedant:

I think a lot of people have trouble understanding transgender issues because they try to see themselves as trans, but come at it from the wrong direction. i.e. a cis woman tries to understand transness by going, “what if I felt like/wanted to be a man” when she should be…

drlxndr

serfborts:

gamergirlsturf:

Thank you for letting me be fully clothed instead of being in a bikini and a cape, looking like a slut

I don’t know what kind of beach your “fully clothed” musty ass goes to take your monthly showers sis but around these parts, most women wear bikinis to beaches [like Bey in this gif] and there is nothing “slutty” about that. I’ll end the lashing here for your sake. I don’t do walk-in appointments.

plannedparenthood

plannedparenthoodla:

Parents, guardians, and trusted adults can be a great resources for your questions about sexuality and sexual health.

Think about it: they have bodies and they’ve been teenagers, too. So chances are they can give you some real life advice. And if they don’t know the answers to your questions, they can help you find them. 

It might feel weird to bring up the changes in your body with your parent or other trusted adults, but they care about you and want to help.

If you feel like you really can’t talk to your parent about what’s going on with your body, find an adult you trust — a sibling, a cousin, an aunt or uncle, a teacher, a doctor, or someone else — to help you out with your questions.