The blog is brand-spankin’ new. So, things like the title and/or url might change as new ideas are put forth.
Important: When we talk about binarism, we are not suggesting that hormonally and/or surgically transitioning is binaristic (which is an explicitly anti-trans idea). We’re talking about how binarism perpetuates the idea that there’s a specific way to identify as trans—especially how it relates to the experiences of camab trans people.
Please keep in mind a few things when submitting. These include: trigger warnings in the subject of the post, and if please provide image descriptions of any photo submissions, as well as transcripts and/or captions for any videos. If you don't know how or don't have the energy, the mods will do our best to help out--and we would like to ask followers to help out with descriptions if they're willing. Have fun!
Co-mods: dunespicecat and thetendergravityofkindness
Call for submissions! [please reblog]
To get the ball rolling here, we’re asking camab trans people to submit anything they’d like about camab trans experiences, photos, questions, stories, helpful resources (books, websites, movies, etc.), and any ideas about what they’d like this space to be about/feature. :) Please check out the “about” section for helpful criteria about criteria.
Please reblog, if you will. Thanks!
ard-nos asked: What does CAMAB stand for/mean? I've never heard it used before.
CAMAB means “Coercively Assigned Male At Birth.”
Similar acronyms are MAAB (Male Assigned At Birth) and AMAB (Assigned Male At Birth)
There also CAFAB, FAAB, and AFAB for female assigned at birth.