"I love my new @brittonnash tele so much that I just spent 5 minutes laying in bed taking selfies with it. But not only is it fashionable, it fucking rips. Oh and yes, we will be sleeping together tonight.”
GOD DAMMIT. I’m in love.
Same here, my friend.
ratatouille the snowboarding opossum
i love being non-binary because i can say “i’m so gay” about anyone
imagine how weird it would be if straight people were real
these posts are really irritating tbh
so are straight people
If you say GLBT don’t talk to me
Got an idea for a fact? Why not put it on one of these templates? (It’s easy to do on paint or photoshop, but we can totally fancy up your fact for you if you like, just make a note with your submission)
Feel free to use these templates for whatever other purposes you want - reactions, PSAs, whatever! (Respectfully, of course)
giving a whole new meaning to the phrase “white crosses” amirite
featuring Against Me! front woman Laura Jane Grace
couldn’t sleep, so i made some little pencil cases. i think they turned out cute, so i’m gonna make some more for craft sale season
stop pretending women who are racist, ableist, transphobic or classist aren’t feminist. stop erasing these problems from mainstream feminism.
The no true scotsman fallacy is just another way to pretend that there arent problems with a community. It erases them instead of actually dealing with them
smalldog has been knighted and may now be addressed as SIR smalldog
1. Buy our books! Or ask your library!
This is so important! Buy our books! If you can’t afford to buy our books, ask your local library to order copies in. That way you’re helping both the writers and your local community. A simple email or five minute conversation with a librarian is all it takes!
2. Review our books!
It can be just as simple as posting reviews on GoodReads or Amazon. But, if you’re up for it, getting reviews on major websites and in magazines, etc, is really helpful! Pitch a review of trans women’s lit today! Here are some places you might want to do that: Lambda Literary, Bitch, Curve, Shameless Mag. It can also help just to post a review to your own Tumblr!
3. Support our readings! Or even help organize them!
Come on out and support a reading by trans women writers! Topside often sends trans women writers on tour, so check in with their site about what’s going on next! They’re currently doing a fundraiser to help support the tour, check it out. If you’d like to organize a reading, but aren’t sure how, here’s an idea: 1) ask some trans lady writers in your community if they’d be into doing a reading; 2) find a place to do it — community centres, theatres, café, and bookstores are great for this kind of thing!; 3) make a Facebook event for it and invite all of your friends; 4) set up chairs and whatever; 5) sit back and enjoy the readings!
4. Reblog, retweet, and share!
Did you just see something online about trans women’s literature, like a review or a new book being released? Why not share it on your social media accounts! Super easy!
5. Interview trans women writers!
Whether it’s for a magazines or a website, why not pitch an interview with a trans woman writer or multiple trans women writers? Interviews are super fun to do! And, to be honest, I’ve even done interviews for people’s personal blogs. Sometimes the pockets of readers your personal Tumblr or blog has are people who we might not be able to otherwise reach, so many of us would be thrilled to be interviewed for those, too!