Well meaning people often use the phrase “labels are for soup cans” to articulate that we (especially those under the ever growing LGBTIQA+ banner) should be able to just be ourselves without feeling the need to put a label on it. But in our world labels have a purpose.
I had planned on posting on Tuesday about pronouns but then life happened and I ended up writing this instead. I’d planned out my post and even found some resources to use but it didn’t go as planned (I will add a brief post about pronouns very soon as long as my regular post next week. Enjoy.)
Please note that my university focused mind wanted to use credible sources for this post but as not a lot has been written on the topic this is simply just my opinions
One of the upsides of coming out as trans* is being learning which friends really care about you and which friends won’t accept you for who you are.
The downside is you find out which friends won’t accept you for who you are and that often leads to losing friends which can be hard when you’re only just accepting yourself.
An open letter to Tony Abbott Preface: I’m sincerely sorry that this didn’t get posted last night. The place where I’m currently staying has unreliable internet and so while this was written I couldn’t get it posted.
So Jay do you have anything to add?