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Writing Letters to Strangers

Writing Letters to Strangers

Could writing a letter to a stranger save your life? As documented in her 2015 memoir, If You Find this Letter: My Journey to Find Purpose Through Hundreds of Letters to Strangers, writing letters to strangers saved Hannah Brencher’s life. Hannah isn’t transgender,...

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Denim Day is coming up on April 24. We wear denim to symbolize that sexual violence is the never the survivor's fault. This is true when the survivor is trans too.

Celebrate trans survivors’ #RadicalResilience by joining our selfie campaign. Take a picture of yourself wearing denim, share it with @forge.trans, and tag it with #DenimDay and #TransToo.

[Image description: There is a dark denim background with a translucent transgender flag overlaid on it. White text in large all caps stencil font says: My #DenimDay is #TransToo. A photo below this text features a person sitting on the ground. The camera is above them. They are wearing jeans. They have light skin, short red hair, and are holding out their arm tattooed with designs and Hebrew text. Lowercase stencil font below the photo says “denim selfie campaign to support trans survivors.” Beneath this is the forge logo.]
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Denim Day is coming up on April 24. We wear denim to symbolize that sexual violence is the never the survivors fault. This is true when the survivor is trans too.

Celebrate trans survivors’ #RadicalResilience by joining our selfie campaign. Take a picture of yourself wearing denim, share it with @forge.trans, and tag it with #DenimDay and #TransToo.

[Image description: There is a dark denim background with a translucent transgender flag overlaid on it. White text in large all caps stencil font says: My #DenimDay is #TransToo. A photo below this text features a person sitting on the ground. The camera is above them. They are wearing jeans. They have light skin, short red hair, and are holding out their arm tattooed with designs and Hebrew text. Lowercase stencil font below the photo says “denim selfie campaign to support trans survivors.” Beneath this is the forge logo.]