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“Man Time” is a comic about life as a trans man, by a trans man, and it’s awesome.
After noodling on a few ideas for a web comic about coming out and living as a trans man, Sam, a 26-year-old designer and artist from New Jersey decided to bring a few to life. Sam himself came out as a transgender man about seven years ago.
“I had a few funny ideas one day and figured I should at least give it a try and see if anyone liked them,” Sam writes in an e-mail interview.
Spoiler alert: They did.
The cartoons are comic relief and a welcome break from what can be a very stressful transition.
“Our families or friends might not be supportive, we might be having trouble with the medical side of transitioning, and we hear rude jokes about trans people when we least expect it,” Sam writes. “All of that takes a toll on you, and it’s easy to get depressed.”
That’s why Sam created “Man Time” — to laugh, commiserate, and connect with other people going through the exact same thing.
“I think that one of the most important things in life is to be able to laugh,” he writes. “Sharing stories and laughing together is the best way to make friends and build a community.”
Sam’s community has grown considerably as “Man Time” has more than 10,000 followers on Tumblr. Not bad for its first nine months.
Laugh along and get some insight into the lives of a few trans men through Sam’s characters in five more of his favorite pieces.
1. Coming out can be nerve-wracking, especially to friends and family.
2. Though sometimes, it seems like they knew all along.
3. Transitioning isn’t something that happens overnight. There’s often a new name and pronouns.
4. And sometimes new hormones too.
5. But each change, medical or not, takes serious courage.
While “Man Time” may focus on the experiences of trans men, everyone can appreciate its sincerity, heart, and humor.
Supporting, reading, listening to, and watching content by transgender creators is a good way to get a greater understanding of what it’s like to be trans. It’s also one of the many ways you can stand with trans and non-binary people during what’s been a really scary and challenging time.
So as Sam suggests, take a minute to laugh. What better way to connect, build community, and celebrate our diversity and our common ground?
Note: Sam requested not to use his last name in this piece, and we obliged. We respect his privacy and thank him for sharing his work with us.
No homophobes are gonna rain on Stephen Amell’s Pride parade.
Actor Stephen Amell (“Arrow”) has been an outspoken supporter of the LGBTQ community for years.
So it wasn’t all that surprising when he posted photos of himself attending Vancouver’s LGBTQ Pride festivities.
The Canadian actor, who identifies as straight, was in town filming the latest season of “Arrow,” when he gleefully snapped photos at the parade alongside his wife, Cassandra.
But then, as they so often do, anti-LGBTQ Facebook trolls started chiming in.
The majority of comments on Amell’s Pride pictures were positive, to be sure. But a surprising number of haters began throwing in their two cents with bigoted, ignorant, or simply nonsensical remarks.
“Looking like a moron you sure fit in,” one user wrote.
“How come we don’t see Hollywood actors putting on this much show for homeless kids and families and poverty or veterans?” someone asked, as if it’s some kind of competition (side note: we, um, do see that from celebrities — all the time) or as though every human can only pick one cause to support.
“By doing this, you are disrupting the common sense created by God,” interjected another.
The homophobia didn’t sit well with Amell.
On Aug. 7, the actor responded to the negativity in a separate post, noting he’ll be stepping up his Pride game next year, thanks to all the homophobes.
“I had a fantastic weekend in Vancouver with my wife and friends, met some terrific people and more than anything just tried to soak in all the positive energy from people living their best lives,” Amell wrote.
“If I’m in Vancouver next year I won’t just go back, I’ll walk in the parade,” he continued. “So for everyone in their negative pants: Go be on the wrong side of history on somebody else’s Facebook page.”
The follow-up post amassed a whopping 53,000 Likes and thousands more comments and shares.
Amell’s prideful Facebook posts are just his latest show of LGBTQ allyship.
The actor defended and proudly supported “Arrow” co-star Colton Haynes when Haynes came out as gay last year.
“I’m so happy for Colton,” Amell explained in May 2016. “When he came back to ‘Arrow’ this year simply for an episode, it was such a different version of Colton. He and I bonded more. I’m very, very happy for him.”
Amell, who’s had roles in LGBTQ-themed series “Queer As Folk” and “Dante’s Cove,” has been known to boldly bat down homophobia and was an outspoken proponent of same-sex marriage long before it was legal nationwide in the U.S.
“Marriage — and all the benefits that come with it — should be available to everybody,” he wrote in 2013. “Some of the most loving, powerful relationships I’ve witnessed have been same-sex couples.”