I have a lot of thoughts about body positivity. The current “trends” in the movement are difficult for me to support. This is a long critique of how body positivity makes me uncomfortable. There are four aspects to this social stance that make the movement feel like another unattainable standard for me.
This is a very personal post about how I feel being in the shifting middle of the spectrums of romantic attraction and gender.
I’m questioning parts of my identity (again) and wanted to share my thoughts on the concept of changing your mind. // Word Count: 321
Some affirmations for myself and reminders to everyone else about being gender non-conforming and therefore transgender. // Word Count: 661
I am bigender. Some days I am a girl, some days I am a boy, and some days, like today, I switch between the two and am both. // Word Count: 629
My thoughts on how sexuality can change, based on my own experiences with mine. // Word Count: 727
I am bigender. Some days I am a girl, like today, and my gender lines up with my anatomy and how other people read my gender. It isn’t perfect. // Word Count: 955
I think gender labels have a role in society, except I’m not okay with a strictly binary view of it. // Word Count: 835
I am bigender. Some days I am a boy, like today. Though the dysphoria is lessened and I feel more comfortable, it still isn’t perfect. // Word Count: 971
The basics of my gender identity–at least in the way that I experience it. // Word Count: 656