- Fae likes to sing.
- I like faer.
- That is faer bag.
- That bag is faers.
- Fae likes faerself.
Variations may occur in the reflexive, including but not limited to: faeself
Hey, I remember something on Tumblr awhile back about a crowdfunding site that caters to sexuality/queer/etc. But I cannot find it in any of the tags I am coming up with… Does anyone know what I am talking?
Hey, I work for a non-profit focusing on LGBT inclusion in churches. We don’t have anything discussing asexuality, and I would love to bring it in by bringing Asexuality Awareness Week into our organization, and start having asexuality be part of our inclusion discussions.
Does anybody have suggestions for me for beginner asexuality resources? Faith-based ones?
Thank you in advance!
Read this out of TransAction (resource guide for inclusive church training), and it just got to me pretty hard:
"Cisgender privilege: At my funeral, it is unlikely that my family would present me crossdressed against my living wishes.
Many unaccepting families have done this.”