1. fuckyeahftms:

    Hi, my name is Sammy and I am a brother, a son, a lover, and a fighter. The pictures above are a photo series i’m working on that will span two years and document my changing appearance. In the first i’m a week on T, in the last i’m two months. Super excited to see how it turns out!

    I’m also fundraising for top surgery!

    Here is my tumblr.

    fuck yeah it’s me


  2. I remember the day I found my name… I was about 11 years old and when I heard it I thought, "that is my name, i know that is my name".

    (Source: tipsfortransfolks)


  3. GO FUND ME!

    and help a brother out.


  4. "This video, apparently secretly recorded, shows how one family responded when their young son told them he is gay. It starts with them choosing the Bible and religion over him, disowning him, kicking him out of their home, then swearing, physical assault, and of course, emotional assault.

    Chilling, stunning, devastating.

    Every parent of an LGBT child should watch this to know what not to do — or, in some cases, to hear how they sound.”

    A GoFundMe page has been set up for him to help with his living expenses.

    This is important. I can’t even handle it. 


  5. what it feels like to try and explain your feelings on gender. 

    "you’re a shoe, you’re a shoe, you’re a shoe. but what if i don’t wanna be a shoe anymore? what if i wanna be a purse… or a hat…?

    …no i don’t want you to buy me a hat, i’m saying that i am a hat!”



  7. alloutorg:

    Share to thank California Governor Jerry Brown for signing ‪trans‬ rights into law on Monday! 

    Sports teams, gym classes, locker rooms and bathrooms are now accessible to all students regardless of gender identity.


  8. Using the correct pronouns is just as important when the person isnt there to hear it.


  9. refugerestrooms:

    REFUGE restrooms is now live on the web at http://www.refugerestrooms.org. It is viewable on any browser.

    REFUGE seeks to provide safe bathroom access for transgender, intersex, and other gender nonconformist individuals. A few months back the valuable safe2pee database stopped working. We present Refuge as a replacement. Starting with the existing database of listings from Safe2Pee, refuge makes the database easily searchable and mappable to allow folks to find the nearest safe restroom.

    This is very much in its alpha stage and had a lot of growing to do. I started learning how to code not that long ago so I’m still learning how I can make the app better and better. The app is open source so please contribute to the project on github @
    stay tuned both here and on twitter @refugerestrooms.

    (via originalplumbing)


  10. For those who weren’t taught by their fathers how to wear a suit.