I recently adopted the term trans*, it includes every transterm there is. It is really helpful when you talk to people that identifies as anything in the category. It shows that every single
term is important and not everyone is identifying with “transgender” only. Because it might seem like it now when a lot of people are coming forward with being transgendered, but a lot of people that adopt the term trans do not identify as transgender, so the asterik is there to acknowledge said people and not exclude anyone. Yay right!
It is very simple to use and it is not at all required to do so, but it can help people understand you a bit more and you can spread it to others, still not required to use it.
I have very weird moods overall lately, probably ties in with the sleeping pattern, or in my case not sleeping. At some things people write or say I can end up in an angry little ball and just close myself off to those people and keep on getting irritated while playing with/talking to them. Not gonna go deeper into it, don’t really want to have whole confrontation talk. Because I am a coward and tired of having to argue against others’ inconsiderance while they demand your considerance. But if you are really intent on making people understand that you want a different pronoun used for you even if one outer aestethic forces the other noun around, then at least be considerate enough to use the pronouns wanted by other people, it can hurt your feelings and it can hurt others. You are not the exception…
I am in a very weird mood right now and it might taint my blogpost, so will stop it right here. Cyaaa~