fuckyeahnonbinaries

Need Submissions and Mods!

fuckyeahnonbinaries:

fuckyeahnonbinaries:

So far this blog is off to a great start, however, I’m out of submissions! PLEASE submit and reblog this so other nonbinaries can find it. I’m especially in need of CAMAB and POC submissions!

Also, I need mods! I’ve already added one mod who will be doing an introduction post shortly but I’m looking for at least two others, preferably POC and/or CAMAB. So if you’re interested shoot me a message and let me know. 

Love,

Taylor

UPDATE:

I’m currently searching for a POC nonbinary to fill the mod spot. 

Also I still need those submissions so please reblog! 

Love,

Taylor

fuckyeahnonbinaries

Need Submissions and Mods!

fuckyeahnonbinaries:

So far this blog is off to a great start, however, I’m out of submissions! PLEASE submit and reblog this so other nonbinaries can find it. I’m especially in need of CAMAB and POC submissions!

Also, I need mods! I’ve already added one mod who will be doing an introduction post shortly but I’m looking for at least two others, preferably POC and/or CAMAB. So if you’re interested shoot me a message and let me know. 

Love,

Taylor

fuckyeahnonbinaries

Fuck Yeah Non-Binaries! New Blog! Need Submissions!

fuckyeahnonbinaries:

What’s up my fabulous genderfucking friends?!

So one night I looked to see if there was a Fuck Yeah Non-Binaries blog yet and there wasn’t! Which was sad ‘cos there totally should be one. So I made this one to display all our glorious binary smashing selves as well as resources and information pertaining to trans* folk. 

But I need you! I need you to reblog this to all your followers (even if you’re not non-binary) and I need those amazing non-binary folk out there to submit your stories, photos and selves so you can connect with others, or drop me a line in my ask if you have any questions or just want to share your thoughts. 

Love,

Taylor

Rebloggin’ again for the late night flyers. 

I’m off to bed but so far this is going really great, I’m really excited for the future of this blog and to be able to meet some rad nonbinaries. Follow, reblog, submit so I have lovely things to wake up to in the morning before I’m off to work ;]

Love,

Taylor

fuckyeahnonbinaries

Fuck Yeah Non-Binaries! New Blog! Need Submissions!

fuckyeahnonbinaries:

What’s up my fabulous genderfucking friends?!

So one night I looked to see if there was a Fuck Yeah Non-Binaries blog yet and there wasn’t! Which was sad ‘cos there totally should be one. So I made this one to display all our glorious binary smashing selves as well as resources and information pertaining to trans* folk. 

But I need you! I need you to reblog this to all your followers (even if you’re not non-binary) and I need those amazing non-binary folk out there to submit your stories, photos and selves so you can connect with others, or drop me a line in my ask if you have any questions or just want to share your thoughts. 

Love,

Taylor

New blog! Follow and submit =]

puppyfemme

teeveedinner:

“The Office of Human Rights transgender and gender identity non-discrimination campaign will appear throughout DC in Fall and Winter of 2012. The campaign will feature five transgender or gender non-conforming people in a series of five ads. The campaign aims to increase understanding of the community, reduce discriminatory incidents in DC and increase reporting of discrimination when it happens.”

just saw this on facebook https://www.facebook.com/DCOHR
<3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 

qbits

EXCLUSIVE: D.C. Office of Human Rights to launch anti-transgender discrimination campaign

qbits:

August 3, 2012

By Michael K. Lavers on August 3, 2012

Gay News, Washington Blade, Transgender

Photo courtesy of the D.C. Office of Human Rights

The D.C. Office of Human Rights has created the country’s first government-funded campaign to combat anti-transgender discrimination, the Washington Blade has learned.

Two trans women and men and a self-identified “genderqueer” person will each appear in one of the five separate ads that the agency will place throughout the city in the fall. The spots will highlight respect, shared values and D.C.’s anti-discrimination law, which includes trans-specific protections. The ads will also encourage trans Washingtonians to contact OHR if they experience discrimination based on gender identity and expression.

“LGBT organizations are telling us this is the first government-sponsored campaign in the nation to focus solely on transgender and gender non-conforming people, and the Office of Human Rights is incredibly proud of that,” OHR Director Gustavo Velasquez told the Blade in a statement. “To ensure we take full-advantage of the opportunity, we identified three primary goals for the campaign: increase understanding of transgender and gender non-conforming people, reduce discriminatory incidents in the District and increase the number of community members who report discrimination. The courageous and bright D.C.-based participants appearing in the ads and the powerful accompanying messages can make this happen, although we know much more work needs to be done to eradicate discrimination towards this community.”

Two clients from Casa Ruby, a local Latino LGBT community center, are among the five D.C. residents who will appear in the ads. The D.C.-based Transgender Health Empowerment; the National Gay & Lesbian Task Force; the Movement Advancement Project; Jeffrey Richardson, director of Mayor’s Office of GLBT Affairs and others worked with the OHR to develop the campaign.

“I’m very happy that they are actually doing some preventive education things,” trans activist Ruby Corado told the Blade. “This city really needs a lot of understanding and the city really needs a lot of education, so having something like this … is really exciting.”

The OHR will officially unveil the campaign more than a year after D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray announced an employment program for the city’s trans residents. The D.C. Trans Coalition and THE are among the groups that continue to work with the Metropolitan Police Department, the Department of Corrections and other agencies to reduce the number of anti-trans hate crimes in the city and improve the treatment of trans D.C. Jail inmates.

“Our city is a pioneer in lots of things,” said Corado. “Having the Office of Human Rights take some leadership on this for me is remarkable. I’m proud and I’m very happy that this city and [it’s] LGBT leaders has taken on this issue and supported us 100 percent.”

This is so awesome but why is genderqueer in quotation marks. B|

Love,

Taylor

TRANS* WOMAN IN NEED

To folks who live in Fayetteville, NC:

Yesterday a friend of mine asked me some questions regarding transitioning for a friend who has recently come out as a trans* woman. At the moment, she needs to find housing that is queer friendly because her current enviornment would prevent her from transitioning safely. 

If you can help or are in need of a roommate please inbox me your name and number, and if you’re trans* or cisgender. Anon numbers will be deleted. Your blog must show evidence that you’re not a cissexist douchebag or are problematic in other areas. I don’t think that really needs to be explained.

None of the information posted to my inbox will be published, but I will send you a confirmation message in a day or so since tumblr likes to eat my messages a lot.

To everyone else: REBLOG

Love,

Taylor

projectqueer

ACTION ALERT! Do not be silent! Hold Ira Gray accountable.

genderbendingriotqueer:

Ira Gray is a rapist [account here] and abusive [account here] towards his partners. I’m pretty sure there are other accounts of abuse out there from his ex partners that I’m missing. Please reblog and link them.

Ira has been well respected and looked up to in many trans* spaces. Let him know this will no longer be. Please contact all organizations he is affiliated with and ask them to remove him in positions of authority as a speaker, facilitator, and a representative of gender and sexual minorities. Do NOT remain silent about this issue! He is counting on your silence to avoid all accountability and responsibility for what he has done. Let the survivors know that they have been heard and that you stand with them. Take the time to read what you can do to help here and read and reblog their open letter to Ira here.

These are the known organizations Ira Gray is currently still affiliated with. Contact them and ask them to remove him from positions of power and/or his articles they may have published.

One N Ten: contact here

Arizona Feminist Action Network: tumblr here, facebook here

ASU Women & Gender Studies Department (he’s currently planning on speaking in one of their classes in the fall): contact here (general email on the sidebar at the right)

Phoenix Queer Youth Pride: tumblr here, facebook here, general contact here

Rusty Spoke Bicycle Collective (has hosted his fundraisers and workshops): contact here

Arizona Trans Masculine Society (he has officially left the group, i think, but this group is full of his supporters): contact here, facebook here

Online, he’s an official product reviewer for (and gets money for clickthroughs from) babeland (facebook here, twitter here, tumblr here) and good vibrations (facebook here, twitter here, tumblr here)

He also has writings published in: Breadcrumb Scabs (facebook here, email here) Queer Under All Conditions (tumblr here, facebook here) Transguys.com, and The Huffington Post (twitter here, facebook here, Ira’s article they posted here) The Trans Consumer (word press here, tumblr here)

SIGNAL BOOST THIS! REBLOG AND DON’T LET THIS ISSUE “BLOW OVER.”

dadgenes

thelittlekneesofbees is in need of green!

thelittlekneesofbees:

As some of you may know, I’m having a rough time at home. 

I’m on the verge of getting kicked out for coming out to my parents and losing the 8% of tuition my parents pay for Georgetown.

I recently came out to my parents and they were not at all pleased. There was a lot of yelling and a lot of threats laid out on the table. In lieu of staying here at my parents house for the remaining summers I have my undergraduate studies I have decided it’d be best if I didn’t have to be hypervigilant and possibly land on my ass anyway and homeless for the summers. If you follow my posts tagged ‘day 82’ you’ll get a better picture of what I’m talking about.

I would use the money for leasing an apartment, buying food, and paying bills. And ONLY for the summers, I won’t take anyone’s money for fall or spring semesters because that would be asking a lot. If you would like to know what I’m buying with your money I would be more than happy to send you a message with that information whenever the time comes around.

So please DONATE BY CLICKING THE RAINBOW ON MY PAGE if you’re feeling generous. 

rileykonor

wanderlustprince:

submitted by: foreverqueird

Today is the Call In Day for the Gender Expression Non Discrimination Act. It has passed the NY State Assembly & now is being voted on in the Senate. We need people to call into their senators & urge them to pass this bill so transgender & gender non-conforming people are protected from discrimination in the workplace & also in regards to housing.