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With disability justice, we want to move away from the ‘myth of independence,’ that everyone can and should be able to do everything on their own. I am not fighting for independence, as much of the disability rights movement rallies behind. I am fighting for an interdependence that embraces need and tells the truth: no one does it on their own and the myth of independence is just that, a myth.

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novawerewolf:

This was mostly for me, but I got a feeling I’m not the only one who needs this.

[Image: two unicorns, one in daylight the other against a starry night sky, surrounded by a ribbon with the statement "You are never Too Old or Too Young to Question and Explore Your Identity"]

Youth appreciation week at the GENDER book.

Always feel free to explore yourself. If anyone rejects, well they’re not you, are they?

transenoughblog:

thegenderbook:

bisexual-community:

novawerewolf:

This was mostly for me, but I got a feeling I’m not the only one who needs this.

[Image: two unicorns, one in daylight the other against a starry night sky, surrounded by a ribbon with the statement "You are never Too Old or Too Young to Question and Explore Your Identity"]

Youth appreciation week at the GENDER book.

Always feel free to explore yourself. If anyone rejects, well they’re not you, are they?

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When no gender fits: A quest to be seen as just a person

lifeoutsidethebinary:

Washington Post posted this amazing article yesterday in which they interview 18-year-old agender person on their gender, identity, dysphoria, coming-out, and life. Their mother also contributes a lot of her perspective, so this article might be a good resource for parents of non-binary people as well.

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emilysachs:

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