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Y’all can reap the benefits of my partner perving on me.
(Just two of my transformations, as illustrated by @solomonfletcher & @drawbrandondraw)
Hello everyone, I hope you’re having a wonderful National Coming Out Day. My name is Vid Tuesday, and I’m a trans feminine genderqueer sex worker. Specifically, I am a porn performer. I use they/them pronouns.
This is my first public announcement about being trans feminine. If you’re a friend of mine, or follow me closely on Twitter, this change may not be too surprising for you. To others, this might seem like a radical shift. I suppose it is both.
In my earliest scenes, I still identified as a cis male, and talked a lot about working to show that cis males can be queer, and have queer sex. This was my genuine identity at the time, and I still have a great love for those performances. For a number of years now, I have identified as an AMAB genderqueer. I considered myself masculine-of-center. I shot for Heavenly Spire, a site dedicated to celebrating the erotic nature of masculinity. This was my genuine identity. I don’t have the narrative of “always knowing” of my trans-ness. I don’t discredit this narrative, but it is a popular one that doesn’t reflect my life. I want people to understand this is not me being fickle, disingenuous or wishy-washy about my identity.
Vid has always been the name of a gender fluid person, so my name will remain the same. I personally enjoy the thought of my eventual oeuvre including performances in queer porn owning a variety of gender identities.
National Coming Out Day
I’ve been working on making a general announcement for friends, casting, and fans for a while now, so that people know how to refer to me, and how to hire me when I’m doing porn work. It just so turns out that National Coming Out Day snuck up on me as it always does, and I just delayed a few days to hit this lovely holiday. This is a day of validation, confirmation, and welcoming, and I’m tickled to be a part of it.
It just happened that I was ready to come out at this moment. We should be careful that Coming Out Day doesn’t pressure us into a move that we’re not ready for. If you’re coming out today for the first time, or just confirming your identity, I’m happy to be part of the number doing so. If you aren’t coming out because you’re not ready or not safe, I still love and support you.
I cannot thank my friends enough for their support as I worked toward coming out. They made me feel safe and ready to tell you this, and made me feel loved. My partner, the most important person in my life, has been nothing but supportive, and I don’t know that I could have done this without her. Thank you to all of you, for joining me in this moment.
I got an email earlier today that at first I had intended to politely ignore, but then I couldn’t stop thinking about it. I thought I’d post my response here, in case anyone else had been wondering about this.
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