Why Internalized Transphobia is the Hardest Battle | Rachel Williams

Why Internalized Transphobia is the Hardest Battle | Rachel Williams:

Am I a man? Or a woman? Or something else? Internalized transphobia is what happens when trans people unconsciously buy into the belief that, e.g., trans women are really deep down men and trans men are really deep down women. That biology will never change. That biology is destiny – gender is immutable. Often internalized transphobia is based on the toxic idea of cis-normative

5 thoughts on “Why Internalized Transphobia is the Hardest Battle | Rachel Williams

      1. This was a super article and I really love your quotes. You’re a good blogger and good bloggers make this stuff crystal clear. Ride on!

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