Hi guys! I wasn’t sure if it was alright to do this, but I’m feeling sort of desperate, so I had to try. I’m sorry if it bothers you in any way.
Denmark is evaluating a law right now that will make it impossible for non-binary people to get hormones, and in general make it extremely hard for trans people to get treatment.They have forbidden doctors from giving hormones with a penalty of losing their license, and limited evaluation of trans people to a clinic in the capitol, that have waiting time as long as 2 years, and practice extremely unethical treatment of trans people. There’s a lot more to it, which I won’t all write here, but we’re all really scared. The last time they tried to push it through, it was rebuffed, but we still had people killing themselves, and now people who used to get their hormones are cut off from their doctors, and have to start over - including those who’ve no hormones to replace the ones that have been taken from them.
The law is around 2 weeks from being finalized, and trans people in Denmark are desperately trying to raise awareness. There’s a petition to stop it, which people from other countries can also sign, and if you guys could link to it, I’d be so grateful!
(It’s in Danish, but it’s pretty straight forward; first name, last name, city, country and then email address)
Meat and dairy industries are fundamentally based on disregarding the bodily autonomy of other living beings and there is no way of reforming that.
realistically the space under my bed is very small so if a monster did in fact live there it would have to also be very small
it would be some kind of baby monster
i would have to look after it
The true horror: responsibility
"Stop calling me “someone’s daughter”.
That should be enough reason not to hurt me."
black British people do experience racism, talking about racism is not something that you can do easily in England bcs white people here are like in next level denial about racism. white people here genuinely believe that racism in England is a myth, they won’t hear otherwise. Neither will the politicians. Neither will most Londoners. never mind the fact that I have to deal with racial microaggressions every day, the police are extremely racist, we’re just lucky they don’t have guns over here. anti-blackness is rife, even amongst the non black poc population. colorism is just as much of an issue over here and what’s worse is black people here don’t feel able to even mention ‘racism’, to even say ‘I think this is racist’. I find it so hard to say that bcs I know they’ll tell me to shut up. *Everyone* will tell me to shut up. Even most black people here would tell me to shut up if I tried to point out racism. That’s how scared everyone over here is when it comes to addressing the race issues plaguing Britain.