I'm turning 40 in October. I'm planning to have come out to partners/family/close friends by then. I'm working with a therapist to transition in increments at a speed I'm comfortable with. I bought gender-affirming underwear as a start. Any other late-blooming trans folx out there want to share their stories? #nonbinary
If you want to come out as nonbinary, then I believe that you have the courage to do it.
It has taken so much strength and bravery to get this far through questioning and learning to accept yourself.
You are brave enough to do this, too.
It's getting harder and harder by the day to recommend #ProtonVPN. Their most stable mobile app is *still* the old v1 app that's been marked as "outdated" on the Play Store, and their v2.x.x app gets more unstable with each new version.
Worse, their support has basically given up on us, blaming the problems of the new app on how we run LineageOS when it's obvious that they're the ones at fault due to the fact that the old app was and still is stable.
When looking back at queer and lgbt history, it can seem like the heritage of nonbinary people has been mostly erased.
But our kinship with each other as nonbinary people extends beyond the confines of a specific label.
And with that in mind we can see the gifts and influence from people like us extending back for centuries.
Polyam, pan, slowly transitioning. They/them
I blog under my legal name, for now.
I like ties.
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