Hey everyone! I just want to give a new blog some publicity. It’s called welovetransbodies!!! It’s a safe space dedicated to empowering all trans* people to feel empowered and comfortable in their bodies. You can submit photos or text. Things that you love about yourself, your insecurities, your experiences. Trans* people of color are especially encouraged to submit! This blog is dedicated to making sure everyone’s voice is heard and that those people who usually are spoken over are heard. So please! Please submit!!!!!!! :)
Signal boost- rebloggable this time! :]
I am tired of endless resources, blogs, etc…. for transmen. There are literally next to no resources that are current and focused on transwomen. Is masculinity the only identity that deserves any sort of respect?
If you have any tips for me to find things please let me know?
Masculinity is NOT the only identity that deserves respect! All identities definitely deserve respect.
Here are some blogs I know of focused on trans* women:
- transcreature (This is both a personal space for the author, as well as a resource guide for trans women)
The following are great blogs run by fabulous people (I will put how each person IDs according to their tumblr next to each link):
- autumn-and-eve (Autumn, a radical lesbian anarcha-transfeminist)
- gendertruckery (Chloe, transgender)
- genderbitch (Kinsey Hope, a polyamorous, mentally ill, neurodiverse, quite likely mildly autistic, currently homeless and poor, etherist, white [Irish/Scottish/Italian/German ethnicity], USonian, queer, skinny, geeky trans woman with disabilities
- freakytransgirl (Lily, to her loving partner: her freaky trans girl)
- lestrans (No name given on blog, lesbian and male to female)
- ellierantsforever (Ellie, a pansexual trans woman)
- transgriot (Monica, a proud African-American transwoman)
- planetransgender on blogspot & on tumblr (Kelli, a radical transgender woman of faith [according to Kelli’s twitter])
This post contains Transgender Information Pamphlets (really good resources).
I am by no means an expert on trans* women, nor do I have a ton of resources for/about/by trans* women (though I am working on finding more).
If you know of other blogs or resources for/about/by trans* women, please reblog this & add to the list!