I don’t care if you didn’t directly say it, ignoring it is already enough ground to claim transphobia.
The title is a little misleading, though. I’m not homosexual. The rainbow does not apply to me despite it being one of the most prominent signs relating to the LGBT+ community.
I never understand the reason why people find it necessary to do the exact opposite of what you want them, or kindly requested them, to do.
I came out on Facebook, and yes, I know it’s probably not the best choice since you would want to explain any confusions they might have face-to-face and you can’t do that over text, it’s the only way I can find that helps me. Continue reading eat, sleep and breathe that you’re full of the stuff
I suppose this is a place as any to start mentioning how I feel recently about my gender identity and how others are coping.
No, I’m not completely out yet, so I don’t suppose others would suddenly start referring me as Jordan and be fine with it, no questions asked. But I have been dropping enough hints for people — those who have a shred of respect left in the humanity tattered body of theirs — to start referring me as male.
Unfortunately, there aren’t actually that many people. And even within the people who are willing to, they don’t seem to actively do it.