Comic about slurs, published in the Galago magazine last summer.
And this is really how it is. Instead of placing the blame on us and asking why we don’t say anything, ask yourselves instead why you don’t think it’s a problem that it goes unchecked.
Oh that familiar nervous laughter.
just found a copy of kashimashi from when i was twelve, there are still little tear stains on the pages hazumu became a girl…
The photographer, Sarah Deragon, says,
The Identity Project is my first personal photography project and I launched it in January 2014 with the hope of photographing hundreds of LGBTQ folks in the Bay Area…This [ongoing] photography project seeks to explore the labels we choose to identify with when defining our gender and sexuality.
Shimina (Gay Masculine of Center) shares why her portrait was meaningful:
In addition to supporting my partner, who wanted to participate, I found myself wanting to be a visible face of color within the LGBT community. I do not get to see ‘people who look like me’ on a regular basis in San Francisco, but I wanted to let people know that I’m here. We’re here. Even if you don’t see someone who looks like me in your everyday happenings, I am here and I count.
Aya Kamikawa: Why she kicks ass
- She is the only openly transgender official in Japan at this point, and the first to seek or win elected office in Japan.
- She won a four-year term as an independent under huge media attention, placing sixth of 72 candidates running for 52 seats in the Setagaya ward assembly, the most populous district in Tokyo. In April 2007, she was re-elected to her second term, placing second of 71 candidates running for 52 in the same ward assembly.
- While the government announced that they would continue to consider her male officially, she stated that she would work as a woman.
- She is devoted to work for various groups, the disabled, single-parent families, homeless people to evening junior high school students, LGBT people and to improve rights for women, children, the elderly. She strives to give support for these people and bring positive changes which would help them in society.
- She was also a committee member for Trans-net Japan (a self-support group for transgender people) and organised meetings and social events to give support and symposiums to raise the public awareness.
i spy with my little eye
noticeable growth of breast tissue
do you ever stretch and just MAKE THE LOUDEST SEXUAL NOISE EVER
nightmares since i started working at npa
yeah alright i guess i’ll just lay in bed and fret about everything then
sweats didnt turn out how i imagined ;;;; ;; ;
trying to work on my vocals is a real shit time because it involves listening to recordings of my own voice