I'm Lilith. I wear many hats. And by "hats" I mean "tiaras with horns."

She/her/hers. White queer femme fat disabled trans woman. Definitely not one of those nouveau pomo boho-a-go-go mofos.

stormingtheivory:

change.org just sent me a petition to demand that the US name a warship after Harvey Milk and if that isn’t the most succinct example of the way queer advocacy has been coopted by neoliberalism and the military-industrial complex, bless me I don’t know what is.

It’s apt though. Harvey Milk wasn’t quite the radical he’s made out to be by his fans. I think he’d have been flattered by this petition.

I’m holding out for the Marsha P. Johnson Foundation For Housing Every Goddamn Soul Who Wants A Home No Exceptions You Bastards. I think she’d have liked that.

(via labhag)

geminiio:

i need ferguson to go down in history books. i need school children in the year 2074 to learn about michael brown being shot on august 9th, 2014 by officer darren wilson. i need this to spark a movement. this can not lose the focus of society a mere month after it happened. 

(via imperfectionn-is-beaauty)

purepopfornowpeople:

Time is a flat circle.


The difference is, in the 80s people WANTED to listen to U2.

"[My therapist] asked me, “What’s the difference between boys and girls?” And I being a wise third grader - as all third graders are - said, “Nothing.”"

Laverne Cox (via fuckyeahlavernecox)

(Source: shakesqueers, via satanicdemona)

cishaming:

genderoftheday:

Today’s Gender of the day is: Decline

love that gender

If I were NB, I think I’d go with that identity.

The safety of trans people > cis people’s feelings.

(Source: insertpalindromehere, via tinyfriendlyghost)

genderthinks:

there are similarities between the bi and trans communities, many (if not a plurality in some surveys) trans people are bi, and historically the communities have often been allies

but if you’re talking about erasure of bisexual people don’t drag cis people’s transphobia into it for political points as if LG treatment of the “B” in the greater community is identical to how people under the “T” are treated

while erasure of “T” issues happens and is an extensive problem, trans people face not only erasure but undermining of rights, health care, security, and basic safety from cis people, including cis gay people

cis bi people do not face the same thing from cis gay people as a class of individuals or on a systemic level

if you are cis and bi and arguing about the monosexism framework or other intra-LGBT issues, please stop saying things like “LG people treat the B and T poorly” as if cis bi people and trans people are treated with the same level of oppression

(via witchkid97)

atomicdomme:

qkazoo:

issiekay:

Mount holyoke, America’s first all women’s college, has LITERALLY just announced that they’re accepting transwomen now this is HUGE

mount holyoke also still accepts trans men. mount holyoke’s policy continues to maintain that trans women are not “biological women.” mount holyoke still plots out its trans admission policy along the sex binary and positions trans women as “biologically born male; identifies as a woman.”

in addition they put an extra burden on amab nb folks: they must “identifies as other/they/ze and when “other/they” identity includes woman”, meanwhile dfab nb folks face no such prohibition: “Biologically born female; identifies as other/they/ze” and “Biologically born female; does not identify as either woman or man” are both acceptable.

its a major step forward but its by no means Good

(via lesbian-satan)

labhag:

cis people’s obsession with gendering fetuses as soon as possible is so creepy.

(via ptarasaur)

an amazing thought

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

butchimightbe:

all trans women look like women. it’s impossible for a trans woman not to look like a woman.

'Cause we ARE women <3 

(Source: cry-fuckboi, via helenaisis)

apsychosis:

masculinity as it has come to exist is a vile endeavor built on the exploitation of women and the sparkly clean flower-scented Certified Oppression-Free (tm) trans masculinity you are envisioning does not exist. i’m not talking about “masculinity” as a mode of presentation i’m talking about it as the behavior-identity-ideology that allows a person to be socially positioned as male, and about how utterly bizarre it is to see people saying they want to cultivate that in a “non-toxic” way, as if masculinity doesn’t poison everyone else by virtue of its very existence

(via ghostofcommunism)