Jay Sennett |||

A man says Don’t they know I’m a trans man

Whether we like it or not privilege happens to trans men. We didn’t ask for it, but now that we have it, let’s use it to make our worlds better for all women and girls.

For ourselves. For our mothers and sisters and girlfriends and daughters. And our sons and fathers, too.

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