We're All Vagabonds

Sick Sad World: [TW: menstruation, gender dysphoria]

lavenderlabia:

tranqualizer:

My problems with you talking about menstrual cups/diva cups/moon cups ALL OF THE TIME

Disclaimer: I write this coming from the place of a not so binary trans* person who experiences dysphoria surrounding menstruation and sometimes, as a result, genitalia….

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    This, this, this. Not all women have uteruses- equating “womanhood” with genitalia is just problematic and wrong and...
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    ___ I used to get through the horrific pain of my monthlies by telling myself it was part of having children and didn’t...
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    I have a friend who was born with no fingers, and years ago we got on the subject of how she really wanted to try/use a...
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    I never even though about all this stuff. I like seeing how little blood I actually produce, I like no TSS risk, and I...
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    medication. I agree...this though. They dont make you
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