Question: there are a million “Protect Trans Kids” shirts for sale on the intarwebs; are there any whose sales specifically go to organizations that actually do so?
This Etsy shop donates $5 from each shirt to an LGBTQ+ youth center in San Diego: https://www.etsy.com/listing/692495103/protect-trans-kids-black-ladies-t-shirt
@lawremipsum Good find, but it doesn’t look like that campaign is still active. Still searching…
@nicepersonality dang it!
@hfrazey at the suggestion of an attorney with JustUs Health, I expanded my insurance self-advocacy guide—it uses my case as an example, but is clearer that it could apply to a wide variety of medically necessary transition treatments...
Lmk if teen wants to connect me with someone in that group and maybe I can pass it along to them?
https://www.etsy.com/transaction/1607990776 this is "trans people are not a burdan", not "protect trans kids", but 5% of the proceeds go to the aclu.
and a dollar from each purchase of this shirt goes to the trevor project? https://shoppassionfruit.com/products/protect-trans-kids-shirt-black
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