What's Normal Anyway? By Morgan Boecher How would you define normal? Is it when you wear shoes on your feet at the mall or eat toast for breakfast? Is it when you re female and feel like a woman? What s Normal Anyway? discusses the trans male experience through the story of Mel, who takes the big risk of being himself and transitioning from female to male.
#TransAwarenessWeek • It shouldn't come as a surprise, but the narrative that mainstream media tells of trans people doesn't solely define the trans experience. Our journeys are each unique. For example, not all of us "always knew." It's called a journey for a reason & we come out when we're ready.
El (largo) camino hacia la despatologización de las personas trans. La OMS aún define la transexualidad como un desorden de la identidad de género. Cataluña acaba de anunciar un modelo que acaba con la idea de enfermedad. Alba Mareca | La Marea, 2016-11-01 http://www.lamarea.com/2016/11/01/largo-camino-hacia-la-despatologizacion-las-personas-trans/
Now on our website: Artist @lukafisher + L.A. Band @hott_mt "Moreover, with the rise of cellphones instant (digital) photographs have become integral for many people in their quest to define themselves. Particularly for trans-people and others that have historically found themselves on the margins of visibility." - Luka Fisher. Hit the link in our bio to read the full article ⚡️ MUSE/MODEL:
Catamaran and Snorkeling Combo Tour with Lunch First-rate service defines this luxury catamaran cruise, departing from Playa del Carmen. This sailing and snorkeling adventure on the Caribbean Sea is ideal for those who appreciate the outdoors. Coast along the Riviera Maya, snorkel with a guide on the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef, and savor grilled lobster or steak for lunch with unlimited drinks from the open bar on board.Start your Caribbean cruise with hotel pickup and a trans...
Is it time to say goodbye to the non-binary in gender? Nov2016 Being defined by a negative speaks more of bureaucracy than of sex or self-expression. For many years, various terms have been trialled to express a different position on gender—neither man nor woman but somewhere in-between, or simply a third space: agender, non-gendered, pan-gender, trans*, genderqueer and now non-binary, a recent entry on the list that seems to be gaining in popularity—but which I think should be questioned.