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Just your friendly neighborhood trans kid!

Hey! I'm Tom Phelan! They/Them/Their pronouns, please! You may know me from The Fosters, where I play Cole! You may also know me from my AP US History Class, where I manage to scrape by with a B+ average! Wherever, whatever, you're cool. It's nice to meet you.
Aug 17 '14

Hey everyone! I would really appreciate it if you all stopped talking publicly about my weight; it’s always been a sensitive topic for me and seeing strangers talking about it on the internet makes me really uncomfortable. Just keep in mind that I can see the things that you’re posting! Thanks!

Aug 6 '14
thattallnerdybean:

Cole + 6 colors

Shut the eff up. This is so stunning, thank you so much!!! You all are the best.

thattallnerdybean:

Cole + 6 colors

Shut the eff up. This is so stunning, thank you so much!!! You all are the best.

Jul 30 '14

The Fosters Season 2 Episode 8 “Girls United” Stills

oh dang shit is going DOWN next Monday! get pumped, y’all!!!!

Jul 28 '14

thefosters-onabcfamily:

Here’s the preview for next week’s all new episode!!

UH OH

Jul 10 '14

Anonymous asked:

What are you planning on studying in college? What are your top choices as of right now?

I’m gonna study acting or theatre, and right now my top choice is Carnegie Mellon! Carnegie is really just a wild wild dream because the admit rate is so low but here’s hoping!

Jul 10 '14

in case you haven’t seen on my twitter, I’m in a show right now called HAIR and we open tomorrow night in Pasadena! please send me good vibes because honestly I’m terrified!

Jul 10 '14

Anonymous asked:

Yeah I know, "All trans teens know each other" is a cliche, but do you ever chat with with Eli Erlick, Alex Sennello, Nicole Maines, Cassidy Lynn Campbell, Tom Phelan, etc.?!

mocha-cookie-kill-yourself:

I’m unfamiliar with literally everyone else, but Tom is one of my good friend’s partner. We haven’t chatted, but I know they’re an amazing individual, and Dean (hi, Dean!) is the bomb dot com.

omg, EM THIS IS HILARIOUS

Jun 30 '14

I JUST WANNA TAKE A MOMENT TO SAY THAT MONEYCAT JUST FOLLOWED ME AND!!! holy moly I’m like, vibrating with excitement!!! also if you’re not following moneycat yet (monetizeyourcat) you need to do that because she is… my favorite blogger…. on this entire blue website. being trans is a feel and anyone can know it

Jun 18 '14

soft-targets asked:

hey so this is very goofy but i saw you at the Mountain Goats show at the Mayan last night and i was like "holy shit???" cause you're performance in Fosters is so freaking cool and inspirational for a genderqueer teen like me!! anyway i just wanted to use this as an opportunity to say that i think what you do is super cool and since you like the mountain goats you must be a truly rad person and thank you for bringing some representation to teen television!! :^)

oh my gosh you are so lovely you should have said hi!!!!!! the show was incredible last night, right? EVERYONE IN FAVOR OF WOLVES SAY AYE

Jun 14 '14
so-treu:

delicateheresy:

STREET TRANSVESTITE ACTION REVOLUTIONARIES:survival, revolt, and queer antagonist struggleUntorelli Press presents a compilation of historical documents, interviews, and critical analyses of STAR, a group of street queens in early 70s New York City who self-organized for survival and revolt. Contained within are pamphlets distributed by STAR, as well as interviews with and speeches by Sylvia Rivera and Marsha P. Johnson. Additionally, we are excited to include a critical essay by Ehn Nothing on STAR’s legacy, the enemies of queer insurrection, and the war against gender.[For Reading][For Printing]

this is exciting!

so-treu:

delicateheresy:

STREET TRANSVESTITE ACTION REVOLUTIONARIES:
survival, revolt, and queer antagonist struggle


Untorelli Press presents a compilation of historical documents, interviews, and critical analyses of STAR, a group of street queens in early 70s New York City who self-organized for survival and revolt. Contained within are pamphlets distributed by STAR, as well as interviews with and speeches by Sylvia Rivera and Marsha P. Johnson. Additionally, we are excited to include a critical essay by Ehn Nothing on STAR’s legacy, the enemies of queer insurrection, and the war against gender.

[For Reading][For Printing]

this is exciting!