An Open Letter – A Family Disappointment (2/2)

⌈Trigger Warning; depression; fights; mention of eating disorder/self harm; harsh language; dysphoria⌋ This open letter is dedicated to all those people who left my life because I'm trans. It's never easy to lose people, no matter the circumstances. Sometimes it's our fault, because we hurt their feelings, sometimes people change and part ways. No matter... Continue Reading →


Where I’ve Been – A Family Disappointment (1/2)

⌈Trigger Warning; depression; fights; harsh language; dysphoria⌋ I've been trying to write updates, and I even actually started typing several times but I simply couldn't finish anything. Even now I'm struggling to form sentences and I feel like I'd be better off deleting everything, hiding, disappearing. But even that I can't do. I was so... Continue Reading →

“This is a Phase!”

When it comes to coming out, saying "This is a phase" is probably one of the most hated responses out there. And it is completely disrespectful to say to anyone. Not just to gay/bi/pan/asexual people because it goes both ways. Nobody wants their orientation to be invalidated, no matter what age or orientation they have, that doesn't matter. You don't have... Continue Reading →

The Definition of Love

⌈trigger warning; relapse - eating disorder, self-harm; contains graphic words that can trigger dysphoria⌋ People tell me that love is the feeling of butterflies in your stomach. They say it feels like your heart is about to jump out and that it fills you with warmth. They also say the "love" they talk about isn't... Continue Reading →

Let Boys be Feminine

Whenever I talk with someone about Feminism and Sexism, one question pops up: "What about reverse sexism? Isn't feminism excluding men-issues?" No. In fact, everything is already included! Feminism talks about issues related to gender equality. Now here's the thing: Who says, that masculinity is bad? Nobody. When there is a masculine woman, it is normally more... Continue Reading →

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