An #introduction for all the new folks!
Check out my code and talks at fenslattery.com
My zines and games are available at sublimemarch.itch.io
I post about:
🏳️🌈 trans and queer issues
💻 programming (mostly HTML and CSS)
👩🏾💻 radical inclusion in the tech industry
♿ digital accessibility and invisible illness
🧠 mental illness
weird internet junk
Oh hey, my zine about how much it fucking sucks to be trans sometimes is trending in the book category on itch! h/t to @email@example.com for letting me know!
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Oh hey look, I finally scanned and uploaded the zine I made while in my hotel room at a tech conference, trying to process my emotions about how fucking hard it is to be trans every day.
For everyone who asks where I got my beloved sick of the internet pin, now's your chance to snag one!
I've been getting increasingly frustrated, wondering how I can make a difference, so I decided to reopen my shop. 100% of proceeds for this pin aside from listing/shipping fees will be donated to @ACLU@twitter.com & @Everytown@twitter.com (roughly $4.50 to each org per pin)
@firstname.lastname@example.org @IAAPOrg@twitter.com But yeah, restrooms are a great example of the intersecting needs of marginalized groups! One of the questions I always recommend organizers ask of venues when planning events is "Do you have multiple all-gender accessible restrooms?"
@email@example.com @IAAPOrg@twitter.com (Also I love your work and this course so so so much, thank you for reading!)
@firstname.lastname@example.org @IAAPOrg@twitter.com I definitely understand that your point is about the importance of clear labels and adding Braille to signs! But the ideal solution for multi-user restrooms for a lot of us is not, in fact, just having better labels on bathrooms and keeping them single-sex.
@email@example.com @IAAPOrg@twitter.com This transgender person felt pretty uncomfortable with the way you talk about "wrong" bathrooms and unisex bathrooms. Unisex bathrooms are a great example of universal design that includes trans people!
@firstname.lastname@example.org @IAAPOrg@twitter.com Hey @email@example.com , you might reconsider the way you talk about bathrooms and gender in your "Universal Design for the Physical World" section of the IAAP CPACC exam prep course.
Going through @firstname.lastname@example.org 's prep course for the @IAAPOrg@twitter.com CPACC exam as final prep for my test tomorrow, and I'm delighted by this destination for the mysterious "click here" example of bad link text:
5 minutes later and on my way to therapy
get u an enby that can do both
web engineer, zine writer, meatspace game creator. queerness & accessibility & screaming.
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