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A project designed to collect stories and experiences from different queer people and allies to provide some insight and hope for LGBTQ youth and young adults.

Sep 27 '14
ryancassata:

QUEER REALITY 

ryancassata:

QUEER REALITY 

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Sep 18 '14

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Sep 8 '14

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Sep 7 '14

ryancassata:

Every transgender or gender variant person should watch this. Anyone who wants to better understand the transgender community should watch this. Ignorant people should watch this also. Pass it on. 

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Sep 5 '14

ryancassata:

emq:

Miss Representation, Arielle Scarcella? || ONE FTM Perspective 

Everyone needs to watch this video. Finally someone said what needed to be said in a kind but still truthful way. There’s been some “drama” lately with Arielle Scarcella (GirlfriendsTV) and the trans community here on tumblr and youtube. There has been a lot of miseducation in Arielle’s video which has caused a lot of tension and stress.  

I feel that I was misrepresented in the video I made with Arielle and mostly that’s because I didn’t have enough time to explain myself because she had more power while we were making the video. She had more power because it was on her channel. During this time I also had a really hard time standing up for myself. I was going through a really rough time in life and was kind of falling down. I’ll probably make another video explaining what I wish the video was like. 

Like Emery said, we should all be speaking up about our experiences. We all have different experiences and none of them are “wrong.” Just be yourself and do what makes you comfortable. 

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Sep 5 '14

ryancassata:

Response to & Experience with GirlfriendsTV & “Vagina Pride” Video 

Talking about my experiences making the video with Arielle from GirlfriendsTV.
(triggering language in this video!!!!!)

Video I made with Arielle. 

There has been a lot of things that Arielle has said that are wrong. I have heard many snipets from videos of her saying things that shouldn’t be said because it’s not the truth. I don’t really follow youtube so much anymore so I haven’t seen many of her recent videos. I think that she should just post videos of trans men talking and be more in the background. Trans men are the ones who should be talking about trans men. 

Like Emery said, I am also friends with Arielle. She’s a very kind person. She’s a very good person. She has said some things that are wrong, but we all have. (Her being a kind person doesn’t make these things right.) I think if she brought more trans men into the videos and let them take the lead things would turn out better. That’s just my opinion. 

Everyone should SPEAK UP!

BOTTOM SURGERY MYTHS (read it)

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Sep 3 '14
The Trans Slam (Spoken Word) by Ryan Cassata

ryancassata:

A poem I wrote in 2010, released in 2011, that talks about how horrible gender dysphoria can be for trans individuals. This is a poem about my demons with gender dysphoria and why I NEEDed to get top surgery in order to feel free and to feel more comfortable in my own skin. 

GENDER DYSPHORIA IS NOT A JOKE. 

(Note: There is discussion of suicide, violence, rape, gender dysphoria, in this poem.) 

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Aug 31 '14

Anonymous asked:

Strategies for figuring out your sexuality or, like, testing yourself to try and figure it out? Lol I'm pretty confused as you can see.

I say just experiment and see what feels right for you. Don’t do anything you are uncomfortable with. Make sure you feel safe. You don’t really have to test yourself either and you don’t even need to experiment. One day it will all make sense. Sometimes people can have fluid sexualities or changing sexualities as well. You don’t even need to label your sexuality if you don’t want to! Eventually you will be able to figure out what feels right for you. There is no rush. Date people and see what comes of it. Good luck and don’t ever feel ashamed! There’s no problem with being confused or questioning. :) 

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Jul 12 '14

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May 28 '14
smolderingtroyler:

heartyglobe:

nobody says it but we all know what this is about

This picture is weirdly genius

smolderingtroyler:

heartyglobe:

nobody says it but we all know what this is about

This picture is weirdly genius

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