Why do these hateful people keep calling you a tranny @_@ Makes me want to beat them with a wiffle ball bat.

I don’t think it’s an insult to be mistaken for *trans.  And I think it’s terrible that trans* fans are seeing these comments to me and feeling like it’s a personal attack to them too.

I think Bronies got the idea I am MtF because they can’t conceive of cis female fans in their fandom, or maybe because I’ve listed myself as “Other” on my Deviantart page. Those who use that slur on me are very insecure in their masculinity, hence having to shove “BRO!!!” into their title and trying to desperately to make their OC’s grimdark and EDGY to show how NOTGIRLY! they are.

I’ve seen Bronies debating what my anatomy looks like on anon forums, what they’d like to do with it.  It’s kind of like stumbling across a little tent fort of curious pre-teen boys trying to sound macho.  The unknown both intrigues and terrifies them.  Yamino is a scary, sexy mystery.

  1. glossophiliqueer-for-now said: Yamino is a scary, sexy mystery. Love. You should make this rebloggable.
  2. torukun1 said: I thought these bronies called you the T-word ‘cuz you look so masculine.
  3. cryclops00000 said: can you please start tagging for slurs
  4. errors-dot-albi said: yamino is just full of fucking awesome ok
  5. rabidwargamer said: "Yamino is a sexy, sexy mystery" Fix’d that for you
  6. kaihugstrees said: I feel like they’re using the t-slur more as an insult than actually assuming you’re trans*…
  7. foxymouse said: That- what- …wow.
  8. lolpazzo said: if a biography is ever made for you it now really should start with “yamino is a scary, sexy mystery.”
  9. lilacblossoms said: you rock /kiss
  10. j-anne-bonne said: *sigh* Why do people like this exist? I’m a brony myself, but A) I follow the whole “tolerate” thing that got made up and B) I don’t shove my fandom in other people’s faces. And because of that vocal minority, the silent people like me get targeted.
  11. dmrichards said: You should make this rebloggable c:
  12. wednesday said: I figured it was simpler than that: you don’t present traditionally feminine, and you’re assertive. Between the two? Bam. Out of their depth.