…and now i’m wanting a septum piercing more than a binder. ugh. i just feels like with my body being so curvy and my height being so ridiculous binding wouldn’t do anything to change how people perceive me, but a septum piercing definitely would, even if negatively and in a way that has nothing to do with gender.
this was a video request by someone requesting the definitions of transmaculine and transfeminine, but i kind of ran with it and included my opinion…. also i used finger quotes too often for some reason…. sorry. please feel free to correct me if i am wrong or to share your opinions/understanding of these words. for reference: http://gender.wikia.com/wiki/Transmasculine a video made by request. i blurb about my understanding of these identities and my opinion on the words themselves. i’d really like to hear others’ experiences/feelings/etc because i’m well aware of the fact that there is lots that i don’t know or may have misunderstood. care to share your thoughts?
i’m soooooo sorry for this video being so long. i clipped out as much as i could while still maintaining what i think may benefit someone. things discussed in this video (in order): – coming out while in a relationship – coming out more than once – coming out to religious family – dealing with serious illness while coming out – whether or not to come out at all it’s funny because after recording this i ended up coming out to my doctor (GP)… THAT was an interesting experience for sure… wish i had gotten it on video lol. it went pretty well considering who it was. afterwards i made an apointment for a piercing with rainbow-colored jewelry to celebrate the past year and to kick my gender dysphoria in the ass. what a day. this was originally made for Askapansexual, a collab channel i’m a part of, but i…
am i neutrois? hmmm…. in this video i blurb horribly about my own gender. i am neither male, nor am i female. i am not masculine, nor am i feminine. i am not a combination of the two, nor am i somewhere in between the two. i am not gender apathetic, nor am i genderless. i am outside of the gender binary.29 i am what i’ve always been. i am neutral. me blurbing about why i kinda sorta identify as neutrois but how people’s misinformed/uninformed assumptions about what neutrois is screws with my identity.
in this video i try to explain how there are several types of attraction, including romantic, sensual, aesthetic and sexual attraction. i also go on to explain that there are also romantic orientations in addition to sexual orientations and how these two orientations do not always match each other. i am certainly no expert on this topic, but i feel that this topic is not discussed enough, so i made this video with the hope of furthering awareness and discussion about the matter. i apologize if i have confused for offended anyone. re: the “Orientations” image used in this video, see here. feedback and comments are welcome. hope i explained things clearly/correctly enough. ;(
in this terribly long video, i blurb on and on about how i came to identify as a panromantic AND biromantic asexual. that’s right, i said pan and bi. many people quote bisexuality as meaning “attraction to males and females,” but that’s just binarist and ignorant, imho. there are bisexual who do define their own attraction as such, but regarding bisexuality and biromanticism in general, there is absolutely nothing that suggests the existence of only two genders or that “bi” is at all limited to attraction only towards males and females. example definitions of bi that many people fail to consider: – attraction to the SAME and to OTHER genderS than oneself. – attraction to AGENDER and to FEMALES. – attraction to GENDERQUEER and to GENDERFLUID. – attraction to MALES and to NEUTROIS. – etc etc bisexuals and biromantics are the ones who get to define their respective orientations, not…
in this video i talk about how i personally came to identify as an asexual. i apologize for the length, but there was a lot to fit in! a ton of things went unsaid in this video, including the feelings, experiences and everything else that went into me looking into asexuality in the first place, but hopefully i’ve included enough of my story here for you to get the gist of why it took me so long to identify as asexual. “blehblehblehbleh”, ie. how i came to identify as asexual.