Reblogged from genderqueer April 29, 2011 by clownyprincess

dahlias-y-rosas:

[image: a retro drawing of a thin light skinned, anglo featured hourglass shaped girl with long, light hair, in a tight one-piece bathing suit, and heels, surrounded by the text… “I FIGHT BACK in caps, with “against a mindset that makes me a victim and then blames me for what was done to me, against policies created solely to control or humble me, against social conditioning that says feminine = weak/bad/dirty/wrong, against Toxic Girl Hate, against the idea that it is ok to touch/hurt/rape/shame/control my body because it is considered public property, against harmful gendered politics disguised as “protection,” against defining people by an outdated gender binary and/or their genitals, against a worldview that has no place for growth, change, art, freedom, or revolution. You might think I look Like “Just A Girl,” but you should be very, very afraid of me.” subtext= this message brought to you by The Riot http://theriotmag.tumblr.com]
finally a woman oriented mini manifesto that doesn’t confuse femininity with womanhood or pussy with woman or any of that. <3333

dahlias-y-rosas:

[image: a retro drawing of a thin light skinned, anglo featured hourglass shaped girl with long, light hair, in a tight one-piece bathing suit, and heels, surrounded by the text… “I FIGHT BACK in caps, with “against a mindset that makes me a victim and then blames me for what was done to me, against policies created solely to control or humble me, against social conditioning that says feminine = weak/bad/dirty/wrong, against Toxic Girl Hate, against the idea that it is ok to touch/hurt/rape/shame/control my body because it is considered public property, against harmful gendered politics disguised as “protection,” against defining people by an outdated gender binary and/or their genitals, against a worldview that has no place for growth, change, art, freedom, or revolution. You might think I look Like “Just A Girl,” but you should be very, very afraid of me.” subtext= this message brought to you by The Riot http://theriotmag.tumblr.com]

finally a woman oriented mini manifesto that doesn’t confuse femininity with womanhood or pussy with woman or any of that. <3333


November 19, 2010 by clownyprincess

faketrain:


The Transgender Day of Remembrance serves several purposes. It raises  public awareness of hate crimes against transgender people, an action  that current media doesn’t perform. Day of Remembrance publicly mourns  and honors the lives of our brothers and sisters who might otherwise be  forgotten. Through the vigil, we express love and respect for our people  in the face of national indifference and hatred. Day of Remembrance  reminds non-transgender people that we are their sons, daughters,  parents, friends and lovers. Day of Remembrance gives our allies a  chance to step forward with us and stand in vigil, memorializing those  of us who’ve died by anti-transgender violence. (http://www.transgenderdor.org/)

Adelaide, South Australia - Will be holding a Transgender Day of Remembrance event on Saturday, November 20, 2010 at 8:00 pm at Light Square, Adelaide.
Brisbane, Queensland - A small and safe candle-lit gathering in Remembrance will be held Saturday, November 20, 2010 from 6pm at Paradise Park, in Highgate Hill.
Sydney, Australia - Will be Holding Transgender day of Remembrance services: 6:30pm Friday 19th November and 10am Saturday 20th November at Emanuel Synagogue, 7 Ocean Street, Woollahra, NSW 2025, Australia, by Dayenu (Sydney’s Jewish GLBTI group).
- Still Fierce will be hosting a workshop on Saturday, November 20 at 11.30am, and performances hosted by Regrette Etcetera from 6pm - both at 33 Wellington St, Sydney
These are the only Australian events I know about..
http://www.transgenderdor.org/ for a list of events around the world.

I should be at the Still Fierce event for at least a little while (I&#8217;m booked to do two burlesque shows at two different events that night!). At any rate, I encourage all trans-allies to come along. I may go to the Synagogue service too.

faketrain:

The Transgender Day of Remembrance serves several purposes. It raises public awareness of hate crimes against transgender people, an action that current media doesn’t perform. Day of Remembrance publicly mourns and honors the lives of our brothers and sisters who might otherwise be forgotten. Through the vigil, we express love and respect for our people in the face of national indifference and hatred. Day of Remembrance reminds non-transgender people that we are their sons, daughters, parents, friends and lovers. Day of Remembrance gives our allies a chance to step forward with us and stand in vigil, memorializing those of us who’ve died by anti-transgender violence. (http://www.transgenderdor.org/)

Adelaide, South Australia - Will be holding a Transgender Day of Remembrance event on Saturday, November 20, 2010 at 8:00 pm at Light Square, Adelaide.

Brisbane, Queensland - A small and safe candle-lit gathering in Remembrance will be held Saturday, November 20, 2010 from 6pm at Paradise Park, in Highgate Hill.

Sydney, Australia - Will be Holding Transgender day of Remembrance services:
6:30pm Friday 19th November and 10am Saturday 20th November at Emanuel Synagogue, 7 Ocean Street, Woollahra, NSW 2025, Australia, by Dayenu (Sydney’s Jewish GLBTI group).

- Still Fierce will be hosting a workshop on Saturday, November 20 at 11.30am, and performances hosted by Regrette Etcetera from 6pm - both at 33 Wellington St, Sydney

These are the only Australian events I know about..

http://www.transgenderdor.org/ for a list of events around the world.

I should be at the Still Fierce event for at least a little while (I’m booked to do two burlesque shows at two different events that night!). At any rate, I encourage all trans-allies to come along. I may go to the Synagogue service too.


Heart to Heart with Harley: A Message from Harley Quinn to Queer Geek Youth!

November 14, 2010

Submission to the We Got Your Back & It Gets Better projects. Link to my video, embedded in tumblr. :)


"You’re born naked, the rest is drag."

Reblogged from September 20, 2010 by clownyprincess

Ru Paul (via pansexualpride)


"To tell a pansexual that bisexuality should “cover” them, “be enough”, or “do for” them is to deny the true way in which their sexuality manifests."

Reblogged from September 8, 2010 by clownyprincess

(via pansexualflag) (via pansexualpride)

I had a self-described bisexual get all up on me on twitter a few weeks ago because I said that I reject bisexual in favour of pansexual as a descriptor as it implies a gender binary that places limits on what I’m attracted to and is disrespectful to partners past and future that fall outside their binary.

They advised me that since genderqueer people still have the male or female sexual organs, regardless of how they gender identify, bisexual still covered them!!!

So much fail. Not least of which is the total lack of acknowledgement of intersex folks!


"Some women have a penis…. some men don’t….. and the rest of the world is just going to have to get the fuck over it"

Reblogged from August 31, 2010 by clownyprincess

Julia Serano (via pansexualpride)