This Transgender Day of Remembrance, as we’re thinking of loved ones who have experienced or died by violence, Dee Dee Watters reminds us to breathe, and to breathe selfishly. Simple practices like taking deep breaths and drinking water remind us that we can still breathe, and that we can still take care of ourselves even with everything going on around us. Today we invite you to take a moment to pause, to breathe, and to reflect.
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This International Day of Persons with Disabilities, we lift up trans and nonbinary folks living with disabilities. Trans people experience higher rates of disability than non-trans people. As we mark this international day of recognition, we honor the intersections, challenges, and persistence of trans and nonbinary people living with disabilities.
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[Image: Graphics of four people with disabilities: on the far left, a person in a fuzzy green jacket and green boots uses a wheelchair. Second from the left, a person with a prosthetic leg sits on the floor while drawing and listening to music. Third from the left, a person wearing a shirt with the autism symbol and tattoos uses a wheelchair. On the far right, a person wearing a salmon dress with a big pink bow uses crutches. Text: “International Day of Persons with Disabilities. December 3, 2023.” FORGE logo.] ... See MoreSee Less
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