I used to listen to this song in high school. 

Turns out its really simple and fun on ukulele. 

Also I don’t have a xylophone… 

Grey or Blue - Jaymay

Yesterday marked 3 weeks since the accident. My leg is FINALLY starting to feel like it belongs to me again. Now I gotta stretch my muscles back out and hopefully I can start putting weight on it again next week. #tibfib #brokenleg #brokentibfib #ftm #trans* #imreadytowalkwhenyouareleg

Yesterday marked 3 weeks since the accident. My leg is FINALLY starting to feel like it belongs to me again. Now I gotta stretch my muscles back out and hopefully I can start putting weight on it again next week. #tibfib #brokenleg #brokentibfib #ftm #trans* #imreadytowalkwhenyouareleg

Holy shit, remember the first and only time I’ve suspended and sat for like 25 minutes having the biggest endorphin high of my life? No? Check it out…

This shit was crazy intense, for the first few minutes it felt like my skin was being ripped off. But with some deep breathing and meditation, everything but an intense tingling sensation drifted away. It felt like I floated up out of the room and into the night sky.

I finally compiled the footage from my first and only live solo acoustic performance. I was given the opportunity to open for a band that some friends of mine are in, and it was a little rocky, but not bad for my first time.

Aug 2013 - Flickr Bar - Athens, GA

Card I just got from my Dad. Sometimes it really blows my mind when I take a second to reflect on how far we’ve come. World’s best son? That’s highly inaccurate, but I’ll take it. #love #ftm #family #out #3yearsont #outtrans*people #familyacceptance

Card I just got from my Dad. Sometimes it really blows my mind when I take a second to reflect on how far we’ve come. World’s best son? That’s highly inaccurate, but I’ll take it. #love #ftm #family #out #3yearsont #outtrans*people #familyacceptance

I don’t normally do this on the internet to random strangers, 
but I’ve been out of T for almost a month now, and I’m seriously feeling the blues, y’all.
Encouraging words would be appreciated. Even anonymous ones. Something silly to read, a dumb joke? Idk, creativity is welcomed and appreciated.

don’t normally do this on the internet to random strangers, 

but I’ve been out of T for almost a month now, and I’m seriously feeling the blues, y’all.


Encouraging words would be appreciated. Even anonymous ones. Something silly to read, a dumb joke? Idk, creativity is welcomed and appreciated.

ispeakprophecies:

harrrymonster:

fictionalfeather:

Okay can I talk about my binder for a sec?

I’m a 34D, so all binders are awkward for me. Small band, large cup. So I never get quite flat, but some lumpy monstrosity with underboob poking out. But this one gets me the closest to flat while being the most comfortable binder I own.

And it looks like a tanktop!! And it was $10!!

It’s got stretchy bits on one side, and a line of bra-like clasps on the other that you can adjust to three different sizes, again like a bra. I didn’t overheat or even really sweat even when wearing it under a shirt in early summer pre-storm humidity. And once you get yourself situated just right, you can’t tell the tank is actually a binder.

Bam. Awesome.

$10.

EDIT: Here’s the link!

I have this version (an almost the same cup size as OP) an I can say that it is my favorite binder, as far as flatness goes. The clasps under the right arm chaff oddly for me, so I had to add a strip of padding (pretty invisible, if you need to know how I can show you)

Wuttt. And it’s only ten bucks.

I need this thing now. 

reblogging for signal boost

(via faunflora)

This year’s no-shave November’s results. Still pretty pitiful, but a little improvement over last year’s. #trans #transmasculine #genderqueer #noshavenovember #3yearsonT #ftm #trans* #hairs #ohwell #immashaveitalloffnowsoidontlook14

This year’s no-shave November’s results. Still pretty pitiful, but a little improvement over last year’s. #trans #transmasculine #genderqueer #noshavenovember #3yearsonT #ftm #trans* #hairs #ohwell #immashaveitalloffnowsoidontlook14

I’m a few days late but oh well, let’s see how my facial hair fares for #noshavenovember. #trans* #ftm #transmasculine #genderqueer #queerhairs #facialhair #3yearsonT #myfaceiscrooked

I’m a few days late but oh well, let’s see how my facial hair fares for #noshavenovember. #trans* #ftm #transmasculine #genderqueer #queerhairs #facialhair #3yearsonT #myfaceiscrooked

paisleythegentleman:

dirk-brostrider-yaoiprovider:

ryancassata:

ryancassata:

In A Bind: YOUTH in NEED of Chest Binders
For transgender (affirmed male, female-to-male & genderqueer) youth having a proper chest binder can be a life-saver - both mentally and physically - I know for me it was. Many transgender youth (under 21) lack the support they need from their families and many are not hired for jobs because of gender identity-based discrimination - this makes it impossible for these youth to get the binder they need and deserve. Many trans* youth suffer from gender dysphoria - the intense hatred and discomfort towards their biological bodies - making a chest binder an absolute need and instant prevention from suicide (as many youth cannot afford chest surgery). Giving a binder will boost the confidence of transgender youth in need and allow these youth to better function in society.
This overwhelming urgency for chest binders is a crisis. Not having a chest binder can contribute to the severe depression experienced by many transgender people. The suicide rate for transgender people is estimated to be a shocking 41%. (Source Below)
In A Bind, a non-profit project under TransActive Education & Advocacy has 1,401 youth on their waiting list. Not enough donations are coming in and they were forced to close their waiting list. It’s time to raise the money we need and provide youth with chest binders. 
Our goal is to provide at least 100 youth with new binders from underworks. Each binder is about $30.00 including shipping. That is $3000.00 needed. Good news! The Frank Cassata Family Foundation will match whatever money is raised during this virtual campaign. If we raise $3,000 that means we have raised $6,000 - that is 200 new binders for youth in need! 
Ninety percent of donations received will go to buying binders for disadvantaged youth.  The remaining 10% will be used to cover the shipping cost.  All binders will be sent to youth on the In a Bind waiting list.  In a Bind accepts applicants age 21 and under from all over the United States.  There are no rules or qualifications around who applicants are or how they identify.  All we ask is that people only apply for a binder if they need one to curb dysphoria (ie, not just for cosplay or performance).  For more info, visit inabind.transactivonline.org
http://www.nbcnews.com/id/40279043/ns/health-health_care/t/transgender-americans-face-high-suicide-risk/#.UfggjpVNNuU
www.cassatafamilyfoundation.comwww.ftm.underworks.comwww.inabind.transactiveonline.orgwww.ryancassata.comDONATE NOW. 

PLEASE REBLOG AND SHARE ON YOUR OTHER SOCIAL NETWORKING SITES!!! 

Oh that is pretty neat!

I really wish I would’ve applied for this a few weeks ago before I turned 22. Deff pass this around. Young people need binders!

paisleythegentleman:

dirk-brostrider-yaoiprovider:

ryancassata:

ryancassata:

In A Bind: YOUTH in NEED of Chest Binders

For transgender (affirmed male, female-to-male & genderqueer) youth having a proper chest binder can be a life-saver - both mentally and physically - I know for me it was. Many transgender youth (under 21) lack the support they need from their families and many are not hired for jobs because of gender identity-based discrimination - this makes it impossible for these youth to get the binder they need and deserve. Many trans* youth suffer from gender dysphoria - the intense hatred and discomfort towards their biological bodies - making a chest binder an absolute need and instant prevention from suicide (as many youth cannot afford chest surgery). Giving a binder will boost the confidence of transgender youth in need and allow these youth to better function in society.

This overwhelming urgency for chest binders is a crisis. Not having a chest binder can contribute to the severe depression experienced by many transgender people. The suicide rate for transgender people is estimated to be a shocking 41%. (Source Below)

In A Bind, a non-profit project under TransActive Education & Advocacy has 1,401 youth on their waiting list. Not enough donations are coming in and they were forced to close their waiting list. It’s time to raise the money we need and provide youth with chest binders. 

Our goal is to provide at least 100 youth with new binders from underworks. Each binder is about $30.00 including shipping. That is $3000.00 needed. Good news! The Frank Cassata Family Foundation will match whatever money is raised during this virtual campaign. If we raise $3,000 that means we have raised $6,000 - that is 200 new binders for youth in need! 

Ninety percent of donations received will go to buying binders for disadvantaged youth.  The remaining 10% will be used to cover the shipping cost.  All binders will be sent to youth on the In a Bind waiting list.  In a Bind accepts applicants age 21 and under from all over the United States.  There are no rules or qualifications around who applicants are or how they identify.  All we ask is that people only apply for a binder if they need one to curb dysphoria (ie, not just for cosplay or performance).  For more info, visit inabind.transactivonline.org

http://www.nbcnews.com/id/40279043/ns/health-health_care/t/transgender-americans-face-high-suicide-risk/#.UfggjpVNNuU

www.cassatafamilyfoundation.com
www.ftm.underworks.com
www.inabind.transactiveonline.org
www.ryancassata.com

DONATE NOW. 

PLEASE REBLOG AND SHARE ON YOUR OTHER SOCIAL NETWORKING SITES!!! 

Oh that is pretty neat!

I really wish I would’ve applied for this a few weeks ago before I turned 22. Deff pass this around. Young people need binders!