Content: Brief discussion of gender dysphoria, trans and non-binary phobia, and some NSFW pics of my new cock.
For Pride, I purchased a cock.
I haven’t participated in Sinful Sunday before. I have much love for Molly Moore (please check out her site Molly’s Daily Kiss to get a bigger picture of the depth and breadth of her contribution to the sex blogging community). It’s just that my body and I have an on-again, off-again relationship, and Sinful Sunday is all about the pictures.
I was assigned female at birth (AFAB). I identify as genderqueer femme. There are times when I feel a profound sense of dysphoria because a penis didn’t come with the original Anne packaging.
My new dick is pink, which, of course, it is. If I can choose-your-own-adventure myself a body part, it’s going to look the way I want it to look.
I make light, but on a serious note, when I took the above picture today, I was not prepared for the rightness. Better said, I’d craved the rightness. But I was scared that when I put on my new dick, I wouldn’t feel anything.
It felt real. It felt right. So I took two more pictures.
This cock represents me and the joy I feel being open and authentic about my experience. It’s also my way of standing up to those who would rather trans and non-binary bloggers be silent about our truth.
I will not be silent.
There’s been so much negativity and hatred aimed at trans and nonbinary sex bloggers. The video below explains the incident that started this most recent wave of trans and non-binary phobia in our community.
Pride is about standing up and being seen for yourself and for those who, for whatever reason, are silenced. I identify as genderqueer femme and I’m queer/pansexual. I’m not going anywhere.
If you are reading this right now and living in silence, please know I will fight for myself, my community, and for you until you can join the chorus.
Be well, be wonderful, and above all, be you.
Give the lips a click to visit the Sinful Sunday offerings on Molly’s Daily Kiss.
Visit Mx. Nillin’s Pride 2020 Meme for Queer, Trans, & Non-binary Bloggers.