trans people quote this and show off the selfies that give you maximum gender euphoria. i wanna see some trans joy on the TL tonight
wow you’re all GLOWING 🥺
putting this here! go leave ur info 💓
and while you’re here, i’m gonna drop my medical fundraiser! a service dog for my chronic pain and ptsd would be life-changing. even $1 or a simple retweet would mean the world 💜 gofundme.com/f/295xbhbe1c?s…

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just a reminder that claiming “a person looking away is a sign of lying” directly harms autistics, trauma survivors, and other people who struggle with eye contact. the truth is, there is no universal way to tell if someone is lying, and being constantly accused is frustrating.
i often have to tell people “just believe my words” because it’s hard to perform neurotypical indicators of honesty. when i get nervous, i look away, lose tone-control, and struggle to express myself. being accused of lying is stressful, which only makes me look more suspicious.
just trust neurodivergent people. trying to read heavily into our behavior through a neurotypical lens is unfair. plus, most of us get paranoid about lying anyways due to trauma, strict moral codes, etc, so we’re not even as likely to be lying in the first place. just sayin’.
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there will also be help resources at the end, including a guide on how to escape domestic abuse.

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