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Trans Rights Are Human Rights

Resources

The Trevor Project is an organization that both provides resources for trans people, but also has a guide on how to be a good ally. If you don't know much about what it means to be trans, or want to be a better ally, their guide is very helpful. For trans people they also provide counseling and can connect you other trans people.

Their mission is "To uplift the narratives, lived experiences and leadership of trans and gender non-conforming people of color, our families and comrades as we build towards collective liberation for all oppressed people." Donate to their community funds to make an individual difference.

LQBTQ+ people are very vulnerable to cyberbullying and online harassment. This blog post is a guide for staying safe on the internet.

It is now considered child abuse in Texas to get gender affirming medical care. This care is supported by the medical community and the procedures for youth are not harmful or irreversible. Here is a list of ways you can fight against this deplorable and misguided bill. 

Black and Pink advocates for prison abolition and fight for the rights of LGBTQ+ prisoners (especially those of color). Trans people in particular face higher rates of violence behind bars and their voices must be hear. Read this NBC article to learn more about violence against trans people in the prison system.

Reading List

Here are some of my favorite books about the ocean (or water in general). Some of them are educational, some are just stories to spark joy about our blue planet.

May the Best Man Win
May the Best Man Win

Z. R. Ellor

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The Prince and the Dressmaker
The Prince and the Dressmaker

Jen Wang

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Zenobia July
Zenobia July

Lisa Bunker

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I Wish You All the Best
I Wish You All the Best

Mason Deaver

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A sign that says "No Pride for some of us without liberation for all of us" on a trans pride flag.
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