Recommendation: A Transgender Vagina Talks Back

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A Transgender Vagina Talks Back
an amazing YouTube video

This is one of the coolest YouTube videos I’ve ever come across – I don’t know who this guy is, but he sums up so many of the odd, funny, awkward, self-contradicting sensation and thoughts that result from having a body that doesn’t match one’s identity but loving that body anyway. I’m genderqueer, not trans, but I still find what he has to say about what it’s like to have a vagina to be hilarious, heartening, and thought-provoking. I hope it brightens some other people’s days as much as it brightened mine.

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Posted by on November 8th, 2011 at 04:00 pm

Category: recommendations, videos 4 comments »

4 Responses to “Recommendation: A Transgender Vagina Talks Back”

  1. Anonymous

    Wow, that was really amazing. While I don’t feel the same way about my vagina (I feel like it more often gets in my way than does cooperate with or feel connected to me), I am impressed and feel happy at his ability to love himself and his vagina. This video did bring me some comfort and joy. ^_^


  2. radical/rebel

    yes! I’m so glad that I got to hear some insightful things from this man’s vagina. this is a really, really good and needed video.

    radical vaginas overthrowing oppressive power structures ftw


  3. Gordon

    This is wonderful! I’m so glad this exists.


  4. ollie

    I adored this, but had to add some commentary of my own!


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