I live in Boston now.
If you say you don’t date trans women because they’re trans, you’re a transphobe. You’re a bigot.
Just uploaded a new album on my photo site. It’s all about Vermont.
This is great news!
The longtime internet knitting community Ravelry updated its content policy this week to ban support of President Donald Trump from the platform. The new policy holds that support for Trump is support for white supremacy, which is not conducive to positive community-building.
Ravelry’s announcement of the policy change, made on Twitter on June 23, was short and to the point, noting, “We cannot provide a space that is inclusive of all and also allow support for open white supremacy.”
We are banning support of Donald Trump and his administration on Ravelry. We cannot provide a space that is inclusive of all and also allow support for open white supremacy. More details: https://t.co/hEyu9LjqXa
— Ravelry (@ravelry) June 23, 2019
I will be signing up to this site after they reopen registration!
I lightened my hair again for a new attempt at green. It ended up more teal/blue than I like but still came out ok. I used manic panic enchanted forest and after midnight. I also added some midnight blue/black from ion because I considered the roots too bright. So my hair now has 4 shades, blue/black, dark blue/green, green/real, and faded green on the ends.
Joshua Collins is a 25 year old Democratic-Socialist currently working as a truck driver. While he may not have an impressive background, his bid being considered a long-shot, Joshua has shown that he is more than capable enough of handling politics, running on a strong progressive platform.
Collins supports the Green New Deal, Medicare for All, Free College, raising the minimum wage to $20/hour, and a Justice System Reform. You can read more about his policies on his campaign website.