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Too often trans women are berated on our appearance or told that we're ugly. Those of us that blend in are often treated with such endearing phrases as "BUT you're so pretty, how can you be trans?" and "You're really cute... for a trans girl"

Well, it's time to show the world the cuteness that trans women can achieve. Fuck yeah cute trans chicks dedicates itself to showing that our cuteness and sexiness does not match cisgender expectations and those expectations can fuck right off.

This is not a trans advice blog for cisgender people. Please direct questions about trans issues elsewhere. This blog showcases the cuteness of dmab gender existent people who face transmisogyny. We do accept submissions from non-binary folks as long as they are dmab and face transmisogyny. We do not accept any dfab submissions.

Hi, I’m Lexi! I’m a 23 year old transfeminine genderqueer (ze/hir/hirs) musician and film theory student living in London, UK. Not yet with the hormones but fingers crossed!
www.bitterorchard.tumblr.com / @shakingwaking - say hi! :)
[image: A face shot of a genderqueer person with green long hair. Ze is wearing a purple shirt and is looking straight at the camera]

Hi, I’m Lexi! 

I’m a 23 year old transfeminine genderqueer (ze/hir/hirs) musician and film theory student living in London, UK. Not yet with the hormones but fingers crossed!


www.bitterorchard.tumblr.com / @shakingwaking - say hi! :)

[image: A face shot of a genderqueer person with green long hair. Ze is wearing a purple shirt and is looking straight at the camera]

Hey guys! My name is Amy. I’m a trans girl from Boston who works on a few trans-focused projects: the Artivism Project, Ask A Trans Woman, and Dear Cis People. I’m a former EMT, a designer and artist by training and a computer geek by … well, internal design I guess. I play 9 instruments and I’m usually found behind a Mac making something. I’m trans (duh), kinky, poly, I write, and I’m weird. I dunno.
Come follow my weirdness!
[an upper body shot of a girl laying against pillows holding a cat. She has a bracelet on and a plaid green button down blouse. Her hair is mid length, straight and brown]

Hey guys! My name is Amy. I’m a trans girl from Boston who works on a few trans-focused projects: the Artivism Project, Ask A Trans Woman, and Dear Cis People. I’m a former EMT, a designer and artist by training and a computer geek by … well, internal design I guess. I play 9 instruments and I’m usually found behind a Mac making something. I’m trans (duh), kinky, poly, I write, and I’m weird. I dunno.

Come follow my weirdness!

[an upper body shot of a girl laying against pillows holding a cat. She has a bracelet on and a plaid green button down blouse. Her hair is mid length, straight and brown]

Hi! I’m Lara, I study currently and have recently started Hormones. Be yourself, because it’s the best that you can be :)
[image: an upper body shot of a girl wearing a low cut black dress in a dark room with lights and people in the background. She has short brown hair]

Hi! I’m Lara, I study currently and have recently started Hormones. Be yourself, because it’s the best that you can be :)

[image: an upper body shot of a girl wearing a low cut black dress in a dark room with lights and people in the background. She has short brown hair]

[Image: A partial body shot of a woman standing in what appears to be a bedroom in front of a closet. Her head is not visible in frame. She is wearing a sleeveless black top and a charcoal skirt, She is bending forward slightly with her arms behind her back]

[Image: A partial body shot of a woman standing in what appears to be a bedroom in front of a closet. Her head is not visible in frame. She is wearing a sleeveless black top and a charcoal skirt, She is bending forward slightly with her arms behind her back]

  • Question: I'm a trans woman absolutely against making those who post images any easier to find than they choose to be in their caption comments. It's cool that some are reaching out for contact, but that isn't all of us, and that isn't the actual point of this blr. Thank you for being safety-conscious and not helping creepers. - rose-and-mallet
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    You’re welcome :)

(my face is hidden because i dont know how to make that pass just yet.  bigender, female pronouns are good.)
[Description: medium shot of a bigender trans individual with the head above frame. She is wearing a dark green button shirt, a skirt, and long white socks, She is sitting cross-legged on a bed]

(my face is hidden because i dont know how to make that pass just yet.  bigender, female pronouns are good.)

[Description: medium shot of a bigender trans individual with the head above frame. She is wearing a dark green button shirt, a skirt, and long white socks, She is sitting cross-legged on a bed]

  • Question: trans woman here, the theme is Bad but like. who cares people are mostly seeing this on their dash and if it helps chasers be gross, fuck em - amx004qubeley
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  • Question: trans woman against changing the theme, here. do everything to protect the anonymity of submitters unless they explicitly ask to be linked (although with the queue as long as it is, a lot of people have changed their usernames, which makes it difficult - y'all ought to correct posts as they near the top of the queue, or just speed up the queue) - transascendant
  • Answer:

    Trans women that want to be found can also leave their tumblr usernames or contact info in their submissions

  • Question: please change your theme, the one you have is terrible and we can't find the people who post on your blog. - Anonymous
  • Answer:

    It’s a little worrisome that this is on anon considering the number of chasers and bigots we see in the notes on this site’s submissions (which is the reason we made notes invisible).

    If we get complaints from people we can confirm are trans women who simply want to find a meet other trans women on tumblr then we will consider a change. The safety of our submitters comes first.

  • Question: Just stumbled upon your blog, and I just wanted to say that I think what you guys are doing is wonderful. I hate the term "passable", and hate when people don't see me as a woman (or rather simply a human being with feelings, a heart, and a brain) and view me as "just a boy in a dress and makeup", when a transgender woman is so much more than that. If anything, I feel like we are more "womanly" than natural women are, because we love to be who we are - simply women. Thanks for this blog. <3 - danielgaga
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