Anonymous asked:

As a trans man, I appreciate your NSFW art. I understand how art like that offends many people, but if you look through the internet there are very few art pieces, pornographic or containing artistic nudity, that feature trans men. Most humans are sexual beings and the artistic out of those people are going to draw what they are attracted to. It's a little depressing to think no one wants to draw people like me. Your art reminds me that my body can be seen as sexy too.

This is exactly how I feel, and is my goal with my art. I want to make sex-positive porn that represents all bodies in a positive light, especially bodies that are similar to my own (in that case, being that of a voluntary pre-op trans person). I am glad others can appreciate that, and thank you for your support.

Anonymous asked:

You can't be genderqueer and FTM. That's not how that works

From Wikipedia:

Genderqueer is a catch-all category for gender identities other than man and woman, thus outside of the gender binary and cisnormativity. [1] Genderqueer people may identify as one or more of the following:

- having an overlap of, or indefinite lines between, gender identity and sexual and romantic orientation [2]
- two or more genders (bigender, trigender, pangender)
- without a gender (nongendered, genderless, agender; neutrois)
- moving between genders or with a fluctuating gender identity (genderfluid) [3]
- third gender or other-gendered; includes those who do not place a name to their gender [4]


[1] Usher, Raven, ed. (2006). North American Lexicon of Transgender Terms. San Francisco. ISBN 9781879194625. OCLC 184841392.

[2] Brill, Stephanie A.; Pepper, Rachel (28 June 2008). The Transgender Child: A Handbook for Families and Professionals. San Francisco: Cleis Press. ISBN 9781573443180. OCLC 227570066.

[3] Winter, Claire Ruth (2010). Understanding Transgender Diversity: A Sensible Explanation of Sexual and Gender Identities. CreateSpace. ISBN 9781456314903. OCLC 703235508.

[4] Beemyn, Brett Genny (2008). “Genderqueer”. glbtq: An Encyclopedia of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Culture. Chicago: glbtq, Inc. Retrieved 3 May 2012.

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EDIT: If you want to discuss this further with me, feel free to send asks/etc. over to my general blog, inkclaws. I can’t keep talking about this stuff in my art-only blog!

schim replied to your post “Stop posting things in the FTM tag. 1. Your gross defiling of a childs character doesn’t belong .. and you’re “genderqueer”… you don’t belong in the FEMALE TO MALE TRANSSEXUAL TAG.”
I am disgusted that drawing a characters as naked and dfab trans is considered “defiling them”. Fucking wow. So a character being trans is now defiling them?

Agreed. I guess some people just don’t like it when characters are drawn as “non-canon” gender identities but… as I said to them, don’t like it, don’t look. If I want to pretend this character has a body similar to mine, that’s my business. Go back to your own corner of the internet. I tagged my shit.

Anonymous asked:

Stop posting things in the FTM tag. 1. Your gross defiling of a childs character doesn't belong .. and you're "genderqueer"... you don't belong in the FEMALE TO MALE TRANSSEXUAL TAG.

What exactly is a “childs character.” Does a child own this character? Do you think the character is under 18? Because he’s not. I do not draw characters under 18. Korra is currently 18, assuming Opal is the same age is her and the fact Huan is her older brother… he’s probably 19-20, and that is the age I had in mind while drawing him. It’s never actually stated, but that is my “artist’s intent.”

If you mean the fact that the series is apparently for children… um. Okay? It’s clearly marked NSFW. There’s a banner and everything to hide it. The blog where you see the whole thing is listed as 18+. I can’t do much else to shield your eyes from shit you don’t want to see. You’ve got to take care of the rest of that. (TumblrSavior, etc. Use it.)

Also who are you to decide what genderqueer is? Or who belongs in what tag? You don’t know me, or anything about me. I am genderqueer, and I just happen to also be transgender. I will continue to post in those tags because I enjoy drawing GQ versions of characters. As an artist, I enjoy seeing my gender identity being depicted in media. If it’s not there, I’ll make it myself.