Saranno loro a parlare!
Saranno due persone transgender a raccontare la loro storia in un attico politico e di preziosa e delicata condivisione.
Saranno loro a dire cosa significa essere una persona T* nel mondo di oggi con le proprie ansie, paure, pensieri e soddisfazioni.
Ringraziamo @sunderam.itt per la preziosissima collaborazione ed enorme possibilità di confronto.
L’appuntamento è alle ore 16.00 per cominciare insieme le nostre attività.
Ci sarà una merenda e se potete/volete portate del cibo.�La nostra sede, chiamata Casa Arcobaleno,si trova in Via Bernardino Lanino 3A.
�Per ulteriori chiarimenti non esitate a scriverci!�
Arcigay Torino "Ottavio Mai"in uni vi aspetta!
Vocês já conheceram algum casal muito foda, que você admirava, que pareciam completar um ao outro? E que, mesmo acabaram terminando?
Então... Relacionamentos intensos custam alto!
Quando duas pessoas se conectam tão intensamente ao ponto de “quase” serem uma os artistas também surgem na mesma intensidade!
Assim como a saudade, a ausência, as discussões são ainda mais dolorosas!
Casais que ficam juntos uma vida inteira passaram por isso, mas tiveram que aprender um com o outro a dosar isso! Afinal a diferença entre a cura e o veneno é a dosagem... A gente ama na mesma frequência que sofre.
Yesterday was a bit of a wake up call for me. Let's talk. 💕🌈🌸
You may have noticed I've stepped back from Trans Advocacy as more have stepped up. In my mind, I haven't felt a need to push as aggressively forward as I have in the past because of others' efforts and the efforts in Media in general. Let me elaborate:
Since the beginning, I've had a mostly pleasant experience during my transition. From acceptance at an entire bar of strangers during my first outting, to a safe and seem less trip to one of the most dangerous countries for Trans Folk, how people interact with me has made my journey nothing less than pleasant. Currently, I live a seemingly 'cis-passing' life and when others find out, their reactions have always been overwhelmingly positive.
My entire LGBTQ experience (Transgender, Pansexual, Demisexual) has been nothing short of pleasant and it makes it incredibly easy to forget that most endure a plethora of struggles in their journey in being themselves.
I've fallen into the notion that giant leaps in Media and Social Media are enough to make change happen. Maybe it will, but the longer it takes, the more LGBTQ kids will be bullied, more will struggle with their mental health, and more beautifully different individuals will be killed. The longer I stay idle, the more will suffer. So today, I say 'no more'. .
It doesn't matter if you have 100 followers or 1M+, EVERY voice is important in tipping the scales. 💕🌈🌸
Plan on more LGBTQ+ content from me moving forward. Additionally, expect more engaging posts as well as additional forms of consumption (IGTV and *possibly* back to YouTube). I'm telling myself that everyone heartfelt or information post I make is helping contribute to saving 1 life.
Also expect some reposts from some of my old content as my page has grown fairly significantly over the last few months. I love you all so much 😘
Transgender Day of Remembrance was founded in 1999 by Gwendolyn Ann Smith, a transgender woman, to memorialize the murder of transgender woman Rita Hester in Allston, Massachusetts. This day is SO important. There are still so many trans people being murdered around the globe. Our brothers. Our sisters. Our non binary people. We have to look after them. Protect them. And show we stand with them. Transgenders are not only fighting to exist every. single. day. They have also paved the way for US to exist. For all LGBTQ people around the globe. Trans women made sure there was a pride. That there were people standing up for all of us. And they are still being the one marginalized. FOR WHAT? They have every right to be who they are. Who they want to be. STOP trans bashing. STOP trans shaming. And STOP KILLING OUR MOST BEAUTIFUL HUMAN BEINGS WHO HAVE DONE SO MUCH FOR US. We have our rights thanks to them. Be grateful. And now more than ever, please stand up for them as well. 🌈 #translivesmatter#trans#transgender#transawareness#lgbtq#society#transgenderawareness#transgenders
50 Ways To Leave Your TERFer #1 : Speak up about misgendering even when trans people aren’t in the room.
Trans people are constantly misgendered by TERFs who refuse to acknowledge our real gender, those who ignore they/them pronouns, all the way to our loved ones who can’t break their habits. We’re asking our allies to challenge people who misgender us, even when we’re not there. .
This #tdor , the London Bi Pandas are launching the 50 Ways To Leave Your TERFer Campaign as part of the F*ck Transphobia Initiative. The campaign will be releasing a daily action for allies for 50 days, to turn up for trans+ and nonbinary people. .
Antes de que acabe el año podréis disfrutar de tres conciertos de “La pasión de Marsha”. Escoge tu fecha preferida y no te pierdas nuestro fantástico espectáculo sobre Marsha P. Johnson y los disturbios de Stonewall.
Auf den Zetteln unter den Kerzen stehen die Namen der über 360 verstorbenen Trans*Menschen von Oktober 2018 bis September 2019. Ihnen konnten wir gedenken indem wir ihre Namen vorgelesen haben, doch die Kerzen stehen auch für die unvorstellbar vielen Trans*Menschen oder genderdiversen Menschen die Opfer von Gewalt wurden, aufgrund ihrer Identität, aber nicht von Statistiken erfasst wurden. Am betroffensten davon sind PoC, Migrant_innen und SexArbeiter_innen.
Wie hoch die Dunkelziffer der ermordeten Trans*- und genderdiversen Menschen ist, will mensch sich gar nicht vorstellen.
Wie viele von ihnen sich täglicher Diskriminierung aussetzen mussten nur weil sie ihre Identität nicht verstecken wollten.
Wie viele nie die Möglichkeit hatten sich zu outen.
Wie viele nie auf bürokratischem Weg anerkannt wurden.
Wie viele jetzt falsche Namen auf ihren Grabsteinen stehen haben... Auch an all diejenigen sollten wir denken.
Der Nachmittag gestern hat aber auch Mut gemacht. So viele Leute haben Interesse an dem Thema gezeigt, nachgefragt wie sie in ihrem privaten Umfeld dafür aktiv werden können. Oder erstmal nachgefragt was das denn genau ist, Trans. Ein paar kamen auch auf uns zu und meinten "Toll dass ihr das macht, ich bin auch Trans". Es war so schön zu sehen wie viele das Thema wirklich ernst nehmen und dankbar für unsere Arbeit sind. Deshalb nochmal ganz großes Danke an alle die gestern da waren und uns unterstützt haben bei der Kälte. Und Danke an alle die sich in ihrem Umfeld mit ihren Mitteln dafür stark machen, dass wir langsam weg kommen von unserem binären Geschlechtersystem, dass Trans* ein bekannterer Begriff wird und Queer-Sein nicht mehr als etwas "verrücktes" angesehen wird.
Ihr seid alle der Hammer, danke dass es euch gibt! 💜🖤❤️ #queer#trans#transremembranceday#transdayofremembrance#Mahnwache#Kundgebung#Infostand#missmutig
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This candle has been a beaut. It made the massage space smell like a pine forest - but what did you think? Stay with this scent or move forward to another? I like scents that aren’t too atypical of massage because my massage is unique. Not everyone wants to smell like lavender 😊🏳️🌈
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Works by Oliver Vincent (@vincent_artdesigns), including 'HUG' and 'BEYOND'. Top left, 'SELFIE', was the first piece sold in this year's exhibition! The exhibition is on for another couple of weeks at @spunkybruiser in Darlinghurst with the last day being Tuesday 10th of December (shop closed between the 6th and 9th). There's still time to see this beautiful selection of works, and the entire collection, in person!
On Transgender Day of Remembrance, we honor the memory of lives lost in acts of anti-trans violence. This year alone, at least 22 trans or gender non-conforming people have been killed, the majority of them Black trans women. This is an epidemic, and it's up to each of us to address the wave of gender-based violence so that all trans people can live phenomenally and free. @phenomenal tee benefits @tgijustice, which works inside and outside of prisons to create a united family in the struggle for survival and freedom.
Today we keep in our hearts and minds those who have been murdered as a result of transphobia. It is a day to draw attention to the continued violence endured by transgender people, specifically, transgender people of color.
Worldwide, there has been a total of 331 cases of reported killings of trans and gender-diverse people between Oct. 1, 2018, and Sept. 30, 2019. This has to stop. We must support our beautiful trans community and fight for them just like they fought for so many of our rights as members of the #lgbtq community. We are not free until we are ALL free. We are not safe until we are all safe. As Martha P. Johnson once said, “How many years has it taken people to realize we are all brothers and sisters and human beings in the human race?” We all deserve the right to be happy, the right to exist and the right to be free. What will you do today to help create awareness for our #trans brothers and sisters?