How to Fight Cissexism/Transphobia, and Tranmisogyny

How to Fight Cissexism/Transphobia, and Tranmisogyny



How Not to Derail a Conversation and What Derailing is:

(These are at times a bit facetious but very informative on what derailing looks like)


What Transmisogyny Looks Like:


What Transphobia Looks Like:

What transphobia looks like: A primer for family, friends and loved ones

A misappropriation of terms and complexity of factors have served to muddy what is quite clearly inappropriate, and sometimes abusive behaviour on the part of some friends, family, lovers and partners of trans people. The following behaviours go beyond mere ignorance of trans issues and land squarely in the category of harming others, writes Xander Sarkisova.

26 December 2011

The following is an unrepresentative sample of some behaviours which can be emotionally harmful to trans (includes but is not limited to transsexual, transgender, transexed) people:

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A good article.


this is my grandparents 50th wedding anniversary newspaper article…They divorced months later!

There is an end to every thing, sooner or much, much later.




Only in Indonesia (especially Toraja), a corpse is usually being carried up to the grave, but in Toraja, the corpse is woken up letting it to walk to its grave (it is rarely performed anymore).

The corpse is woken up using black magic. This is done because in Toraja the graves/cemetries are placed above limestones mountains.

The corpse walks by itself, and it’s guided by an expert in black magic behind it. The corpse then falls down and isn’t able to walk again.

it’s maaah countrehhh