transgender (adjective)

trans·​gen·​der | \ tran(t)s-ˈjen-dər, tranz-\

Definition of transgender
1. : of, relating to, or being a person who is vulnerable : see OTHER

// like a fetus or an orioles’ egg it is fragile & frequently unborn

b : being a person : being a real person : see BECOMING & then reevaluate how we determine what are beginnings &what are endings : see EVIDENCE-BASED
// when we scream we beg for them to consider every declension of “I am” & not
like a senator naming a ship or a doctor observing a newborn’s genitals
c : especially : of, relating to, or being a ball of something you cannot name : having been
a ball of something you cannot name
// if we can doubt science-based conclusions then we can doubt anything like how
this is like a ship without a crew that is also on fire & everyone is watching
2. : of having to understand entitlement : of not understanding entitlement : of being a badge of diversity others take on & off like a medal

// the trans woman just wants to fucking live

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