Anonymous said: Im sorry if you get this a lot, but is is safe to use ace bandages as a binder a few times? Im still kind of exploring who i am and i want to try it.
(Never use ace bandages. Ever. Not even for two minutes, not even tied loosely, don’t use ace bandages to bind.)
Please friends, don’t bind unsafely! I haven’t bound for 4 years, but because I did it unsafely, I will be suffering for the rest of my life. Today I was crying on the couch in pain and having a hard time breathing because now my cartilage in my ribs swell. Be safe! Please!
This is a jar full of major characters
Actually it is a jar full of chocolate covered raisins on top of a dirty TV tray. But pretend the raisins are interesting and well rounded fictional characters with significant roles in their stories.
We’re sharing these…
Black background, white letters. Word “happy” is done in the colors of the transgender flag (baby blue, baby pink, white).
As long as you are HAPPY your gender shouldn’t matter to others.
Hi i’m Eli, i currently have no money for clothes, shoes, and binders at this time, i also would not be able to pay for shipping although i wish i could. I’m in a rather tough position right now cause i do not have a job and i will more then likely…
Queerability Celebrates the 24th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act!
To learn more about the history of the ADA, go to the link in the title.
This fall, New York City becomes the first city in the nation to tackle the issue of girls’ self-esteem and body image. Recognizing that girls as young as 6 and 7 are struggling with body image and self-esteem, (over 80% of 10-year-old girls are afraid of being fat and by middle school, 40-70% of girls are dissatisfied with two or more parts of their body), New York City is launching a self-esteem initiative to help girls believe their value comes from their character, skills, and attributes – not appearance.
HOLY SHIT DISABILITY REPRESENTATION IN A MAINSTREAM BODY ACCEPTANCE CAMPAIGN
and girls of color!