This statement is about how YWEP sees reproductive justice through their sex trade lens.
“Young Women’s Empowerment Project is a project by and for girls and transgender girls in the sex trade and street economies.” 64 more words
By Ashley Nava
El Paso, T.X.
You’re sitting in the stands at a major sporting event, hot dog in one hand, drink in the other. Suddenly, you look up at the jumbotron and see your projected face framed with a heart, and the words underneath read, “Kiss Cam.” Thousands of people anxiously wait for you to kiss the person sitting beside you. 289 more words
So I was looking up some material for a generic “religion and asexuality” masterpost and found this thing (cw: link features… questionable discussion of trans-ness; it talks about trans women as if they are not fully women, and outright refers to hijras as trans women, despite the author having acknowledged non-binary genders in a previous paragraph) which I was not able to fully read the whole way through because I got so frustrated with it. 960 more words
After an eventful act of offering $5 to a homeless woman outside Trader Joe’s, I drove home and thought I should start my own charity giving. 576 more words