If you think systematic oppression can “go both ways” (ie transmisogyny/”transmisandry” & transphobia/”cisphobia”), you have literally no idea how systematic oppression works.
To imply that these are “two sides of the same coin” is to put them on the equal ground when they are absolutely not.
what i mean when i say i want a character who isn’t defined by their sexuality:
- a character whose sexuality isn’t the butt of every joke
- a character who isn’t a one dimensional stereotype and nothing else
- a character whose relationships are allowed to be as complicated and deep as straight people’s
- character who aren’t in relationships all the time and have platonic relationships with the genders they’re attracted to as well as romantic ones
- characters who have personality traits not related to their sexuality
what straight people think i mean:
- a character whose sexuality is never mentioned in canon but in an interview after it’s finished
//automatically unfollows people who reblog posts that suggest heterophobia/cisphobia/reverse racism/misandry is real and as much of an important issue as homophobia/racism/transphobia/misogyny.