Safe2pee.org is seeking new maintainers

After almost a decade of serving the community the folks behind the gender neutral bathroom directory safe2pee.org are moving on and seeking a new group of maintainers to continue our resource.

If you’re interested in taking up this cause please read details below or contact us at info@safe2pee.org

http://safe2pee.wordpress.com/2014/02/03/safe2pee-is-dead-long-live-safe2pee/

juliammore:

The FREE CeCe documentary needs your help! Let’s make this better and better with every dollar donated!
http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/free-cece-documentary/x/6227341

juliammore:

The FREE CeCe documentary needs your help! Let’s make this better and better with every dollar donated!

http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/free-cece-documentary/x/6227341

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destroyedforcomfort:

magnoliapyramids:

LAURA. I HAVEN’T SEEN WHAT SHE LOOKS LIKE LATELY. Hi beautiful.

oh gosh

destroyedforcomfort:

magnoliapyramids:

LAURA. I HAVEN’T SEEN WHAT SHE LOOKS LIKE LATELY. Hi beautiful.

oh gosh

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mypartneristrans:

transboys:

TRANSBOYS CHRISTMAS GIVEAWAY

This month, one winner will get a (nsfw>)packer(<nsfw) AND harness, plus an Axe set!

Reblog this post to enter (no limit) LIKES COUNT TOO.

One (maybe two) (maybe three) winner/s will be picked at random Dec.25th 2013. 

Paid for by proceeds from our new SHOP created to fund giveaways for you all, check it out for ftm gear and transboys merch.

happy holidays or whatever guys

-Lucas/Aiden/Charlie

For anyone interested. ;)

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lesbianspaceprincex:

blackmagicalgirlmisandry:

TWOC Who Rock Part 1(edits by blackmagicalgirlmisandry)

1. Amiyah Scott

2. Harmony Santana

3. Aya Kamikawa

4. Isis King

5. Laverne Cox

6. Janet Mock

7. Adela Hernandez

thank you for this. seriously. <3

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videogamebf:

whoa so the creator of oyasumi punpun is actually a transwoman (the article does a bad job with pronouns) and her next manga will probably be about transgender issues, thats pretty cool

(Source: brook, via thotkage)

Anonymous asked: I am a 15 year old boy and I identify myself as a girl. What do I do?

I don’t know how to help you as I’m not exactly clear as to what you’re asking and what your situation is.

Tags: Anonymous

Anonymous asked: Can you give me a "definition" on what transgendered, transexual, cis gendered, queer gendered, and what a "mix" (both genders sorry idk the proper term) is? Also what is "no gender"? Thanks

Transgender
Transsexual
Cisgender
Queer
Bigender
Genderqueer
Agender

thinkmexican:

Trans Activist Agnes Torres Murdered in Puebla
Trans activist and respected counselor Agnes Torres Hernández was found dead this past Saturday near the town of Atlixco, Puebla. Reports indicate she was tortured before being killed.
Friends and supporters gathered to mourn and pay tribute to Agnes this evening in Puebla, the state’s capital city. Earlier today, the hashtag #AgnesTorres was a trending topic on Twitter, with thousands posting messages of support for Agnes, her family, and the LGBT community.
Former colleagues of Agnes Torres are demanding a thorough investigation and calling for a special department within Mexico’s National Human Rights Commission dedicated to cases of hate crimes against lesbians, gays, and transsexuals.
¡Justicia Para Agnes Torres!

thinkmexican:

Trans Activist Agnes Torres Murdered in Puebla

Trans activist and respected counselor Agnes Torres Hernández was found dead this past Saturday near the town of Atlixco, Puebla. Reports indicate she was tortured before being killed.

Friends and supporters gathered to mourn and pay tribute to Agnes this evening in Puebla, the state’s capital city. Earlier today, the hashtag #AgnesTorres was a trending topic on Twitter, with thousands posting messages of support for Agnes, her family, and the LGBT community.

Former colleagues of Agnes Torres are demanding a thorough investigation and calling for a special department within Mexico’s National Human Rights Commission dedicated to cases of hate crimes against lesbians, gays, and transsexuals.

¡Justicia Para Agnes Torres!

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gradientlair:

The Melissa Harris-Perry Show was awarded with the Media Momentum Award from the National Center for Transgender Equality for their work in including transgender issues and trans people at the table. I’ve seen more episodes of trans people engaged in discussion on her show than any other show of this genre (or any genre) that I can think of. I like that Melissa Harris-Perry said she views the award as a mandate to do better (versus as cis ally cookies). Here’s part of what she said:

So often trans voices in media are represented as comedic relief or as documentary oddities. Far too often the assumption is that the bodies of trans people are odd and fascinating but that the ideas, passions, goals and analyses of trans people are irrelevant. American media encourages cis viewers to look at trans people, but not to listen. So we hope that we can contribute to undoing that impulse of dehumanizing spectacle and not because of any sense of charitable desire to ‘make life easier’ for trans people. Our desire to make space at the table, to listen to trans men and women is because we know that without a multitude of voices, we get our stories wrong.

We know that if the table is all White or all straight or all male or all cis then we will miss crucial aspects of stories that we care about from incarceration to poverty to sexual assault to international and domestic politics. We bring trans folks to the table because trans people bring needed analysis and perspective with them, and we can’t get the story right if we only talk to cis people. It is as simple as that.

The next thing I would like to see (and me as a cis person; I’m sure a trans person has their own media desires, for which I don’t seek to disregard) is trans people (especially Black and people of colour) hosting shows like this one and more present in daytime/primetime media (network too, not everyone has/can afford cable). 

(Source: transequality.org, via thotkage)

Transgender Surgeons in the U.S.

queerhelp:

aqueensinstincts:

genderwarriors:

We’re working on a user-friendly map for finding surgeons in the US. Please email us (genderwarriors@gmail.com) with any additions and edits you might have.

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signal boost

the call out is not for surgeons who identify as transgender but rather for surgeons who perform various transgender related surgeries, just for clarification for anyone who does not click the link.

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elliottdeline:

I noticed that some people already reposted these photos I took of the Transgender Day of Remembrance installation on the Syracuse University campus. I know all the people involved with putting it together and designing it and they all worked very hard.

On Friday November 15th these signs were vandalized- ripped out of the ground, stomped, and spit on. I, and many others, were shocked…though sadly I probably shouldn’t be at this point. But I thought people would at least respect a memorial.

Please reblog this so that people will still see these two signs- and there’s nothing vandals can do about that. If you are local, please come to the Transgender Day of Remembrance vigil this Wednesday, 6 PM, at city hall to show that the good people of Syracuse support trans people, despite what haters try to make us believe. 

Thank you.

(Source: elliottdeline, via blushroom)

hustlepop:

During the 80s, transgender Greek artist and prostitute Paola Revenioti published the trans-anarchist fanzine Kraximo. Funded by her own prostitution, the zine pioneered the fight for gay and trans rights, combining interviews with Greek poets and intellectuals alongside Athens street hustlers and her own photography, since compared to the work of Larry Clark and Walter Pfeiffer. Today she continues to work as an artist and activist, making Athens-based documentaries with her “Paola Projects”.
Read more here: http://www.dazeddigital.com/artsandculture/article/16110/1/paola-revenioti

hustlepop:

During the 80s, transgender Greek artist and prostitute Paola Revenioti published the trans-anarchist fanzine Kraximo. Funded by her own prostitution, the zine pioneered the fight for gay and trans rights, combining interviews with Greek poets and intellectuals alongside Athens street hustlers and her own photography, since compared to the work of Larry Clark and Walter Pfeiffer. Today she continues to work as an artist and activist, making Athens-based documentaries with her “Paola Projects”.

Read more here: http://www.dazeddigital.com/artsandculture/article/16110/1/paola-revenioti

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nube-brillante:

tiergartenbebe:

Holy shit where does this come from?

[Black and white picture of Black Transwomen protesting, carrying signs that say “Money for hormones, not war!”, “We also have rights!”, and “Trans Rights Now!”]

nube-brillante:

tiergartenbebe:

Holy shit where does this come from?

[Black and white picture of Black Transwomen protesting, carrying signs that say “Money for hormones, not war!”, “We also have rights!”, and “Trans Rights Now!”]

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kissedeverybody:

Transgender Day of Remembrance Pride buttons, courtesy of App State’s LGBT Center!

kissedeverybody:

Transgender Day of Remembrance Pride buttons, courtesy of App State’s LGBT Center!

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