It's just a phase.
They're not women's clothes, they're my clothes. I bought them. --Eddie Izzard
I was banned from the largest mall in downstate Illinois because crossdressing is not allowed
AMAB people can wear short shorts too! A few of my fave looks from the past 10 years :3
My mom has always supported me since coming out as nonbinary. Now she's battling cancer. Please send your prayers <3
I <3 androgyny
Celebrating 20 years since coming out as genderqueer in 1999 by going shopping. Squee!
I'm always told that boys can't be pretty, sexy, or beautiful because girls are just more aesthetically pleasing. No wonder boys grow up feeling ashamed of their bodies and fearful of male nudity. It's time to normalize pretty, sexy, beautiful boys!
Going for a glamourous look
For 50 years girls have been crossdressing publicly. Yet in 2019, it is still taboo for boys to wear skirts, dresses, tights, rompers, leggings, yoga pants, Mary Janes, pumps, booty shorts, crop tops, camisoles, purses, or headbands. I'm ready for a change!
My therapist said I dressed inappropriate today. She claimed my bulge was obvious. I told her I wear girl's clothes so it's due to the fit. She asked me to take extra measures to hide it. I asked why girls aren't told to bind when wearing men's clothes. She said, girls don't flaunt their body.
I decided to go for an all purple look
I might be 43 years old, but I'm still a bubbly boi at heart :D
I coined this term to better articulate prejudice directed at people with non-normative gender presentation
Wow time flies! I created the first online support group for genderqueer youth 20 years ago. Now there are thousands of forums, blogs, wikis, etc. for nonbinary young people. But it all started with a little e-club of fancy boiz :)
A term I coined to articulate prejudice against nonbinary or genderqueer people
Gender nonconforming pride flag I designed in 2015 -- it's the analog of the trans pride flag, except the pink and blue fields are mixed to signify gender neutrality and the white signifies freedressing
Haii cuties, it's first time posting here :) I hope you're having a fabulous day!
My design for a gender nonconforming pride flag
My pride DJ float! Sound system, lighting, rigging, and decorations are mine (and yes there was massive bass :)
I rarely feel confident enough to wear dresses, but this one always makes me feel pretty!
The Bisexual Umbrella -- I created this infographic to illustrate that bisexuality is diverse and inclusive
My own style of boys' fashion (2013)
Waving the world's first gender nonconforming flag at Chicago Pride!
At Chicago Pride waving the first gender creative pride flag!
A recent study by Human Rights Campaign reveals that 50% of gender variant youth are nonbinary or gender nonconforming, and 2/3 of these youth do not prefer the label transgender to describe their experiences