Once all the surgery is complete, I will need only one more thing to make me feel truly Bieber: a transgomez woman.
I once emailed Justin Bieber thinking he’d be excited about how I’m also Justin Bieber. He wrote back saying that he thinks I’m a creepy pervert.
This is just privilege at work—discrimination, just because he’s cisbieber and I’m transbieber. He obviously doesn’t understand his identity like I do.
I’m trying to practice walking into glass doors as part of my transition process.
I mean goddamn.
“I identify as [strange thing of the week] and am doing [thing I think otherkin do that they don’t actually do]” has been done to fucking death.
I swear to god some days I want to right a how-to guide for trolling.
This is transbieberphobia and is unacceptable.
Let me introduce myself. I’m Transbieber. My life lacked direction and I didn’t really understand who I was up until I saw the music video for the song ‘Baby’. It suddenly hit me that this was my identity. Not just being a Justin Bieber fan, but literally being Justin Bieber. I came out to all my friends and family as Bieber. They used to think of me as a fat, chronically single 47-year-old man, but realising that I am in fact a 18-year-old teen hearthrob from Ontario has changed my life.
I have started the process of transitioning to being Bieber full time, and intend to have surgery soon to become fully Bieber. I initially thought of it as some kind of disorder, Beliebic Dysphoria, which I promptly self-diagnosed. But now I realise that seeing me as some kind of medical issue is just what the biased, Western medical system wants me to beliebe. When I finally had the courage to see myself for what I truly am—Justin Bieber caught in someone else’s body—did I decide to stand up.
I want the world to know, fuck all those transbieberphobic haters, shout it loud: “I’m Bieber and so can you!”
I identify as Justin Bieber. You think you are a hardcore belieber, I don’t need to beliebe. I intend to transition into being Justin Bieber full time. Please respect my identity.