‘Women’ aren’t the only ones getting periods … according to one so-called ‘powerful’ photo

In today’s mixed up, muddled up, shook up gender-fluid world, Doctor Who proves to be a woman and Planned Parenthood teaches young children that “your genitals don’t make you a boy or a girl.”

…and women aren’t the only ones who get periods.

A transgender activist who goes by Cass Clemmer, according to the Huffington Post, posted a “powerful” photo on Instagram of herself “free bleeding,” as the liberal news outlet described it — which is apparently the term applied when a woman makes no effort to contain the discharge when on her period.

Altering her appearance to appear as a male, she holds a sign that declares: “Periods are not just for women #BleedingWhileTrans.”

The photo includes a long, tormenting dissertation about having a period.

“The five days it flows, I try to breathe, I dissociate, While my body rips outs parts of me, Leaving nothing but a shell of hate,” the post reads. “The blood drips from an open wound, Of a war waging deep inside my corpse…”

Hope you’ve had your lunch already.

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Y’all know I’m trans and queer, And what that means for me all around, Is something that’s neither there nor here, It’s a happy, scary middle ground. So when I talk gender inclusion, And I wrote these rhymes to help you see, I’m not tryna bring up something shallow, Periods are honestly pretty traumatic for me. See my life is very clearly marked, Like a red border cut up a nation, A time before and a time beyond, The mark of my first menstruation. So let me take you back, To the details that I can still recall, Of the day I gained my first period, And the day that I lost it all. I was 15 and still happy, Running around, all chest bared and buck, Climbing trees, digging holes, And no one gave a single fuck. I mean I think my ma was worried, So I went and grew out my locks, A sign I was normal, still a girl, A painted neon sign for my gender box. So, the day I got my period, My god, a day so proud, This little andro fucked up kid, Had been bestowed the straight, cis shroud. The relief got all meshed up in my pain, In that moment, I sat down and cried, Just thanking god I was normal, While mourning the freedom that had died. Everyone told me my hips would grow, I looked at them and couldn’t stop crying, “What’s wrong with you? You’ll be a woman!” They kept celebrating a child dying. See my body had betrayed me, That red dot, the wax seal, On a contract left there broken, A gender identity that wasn’t real. Most people deal with blood and tissue, And yet my body forces me to surrender, Cause every time I get my cycle, Is another day I shed my gender. My boobs betray me first, I feel them stretching out my binder, I send up questions, “am I cursed?” And wish to god that she was kinder. The five days it flows, I try to breathe, I dissociate, While my body rips outs parts of me, Leaving nothing but a shell of hate. The blood drips from an open wound, Of a war waging deep inside my corpse, The battle between mind and body, Immovable object; unstoppable force. #bleedingwhiletrans #menstruator #genderinclusion #mencanmenstruate #protectranskids #periodpride #genderdysphoria #menstruationmatters #ifmenhadperiods [PLEASE SHARE!?]

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