I exist. I’m here and I’m queer. I will not be erased. #transrightsarehumanrights and @realdonaldtrump will not legislate us out of existence. We will fight back. We will fight back against transphobia in public spaces, we will challenge anti trans laws and policies that hurt us, we will speak out, we will continue to rise up, we will not shut up and we won’t back down.
It’s time to #Vote and take our country back! 🥊🥋✔️#votethemout 🗣
On October 20th I was blessed to married my husband @o1magic... My husband has made me laugh, wiped my tears, hugged me tight, kept me strong, and prayed..I am very grateful and blessed to be Mrs. Glover, your backbone, your best friend, your praying partner. Marriage does not guarantee you will be together forever.it takes love,respect, trust, understanding, friendship and faith in your relationship to make it last. And by marrying you was the best decision I ever made...#TheGlovers#blessedbeyondmeasures#2became1#lovewins
Last night I was blessed to experience community with an amazing group of people. This morning I wrote poetry as I watched the sunrise. I found a stronger sense of self awareness by walking eyes closed into an alfalfa field to meditate. I was greeted by love. I pondered the complexity and color of leaves. And then I read that my government wants to erase my identity and the identity of others like me. To pretend that we don't exist, that we don't have the same rights or protection under the law as everyone else. That we don't deserve the same access to healthcare. HHS and the DOJ cannot erase my story, nor change who I am. Today my identity is at stake, tomorrow it could be yours. We can all be allies for each other.
Social stigma sucks.
Having a disorder sucks.
Having to take 11 pills a day to MAYBE stay stable, sucks.
Having people think you are less than, broken or incapable sucks.
You know what doesn’t suck?
Having the strength to prove them all wrong.
Having friends and family who love and support me despite all of my broken parts.
Having the capacity to love and forgive.
Having the knowledge that my Redeemer lives.
These are the things that give me life, things that matter the very most. I will keep trying hard every day...my disorders do not define me.