Hello! Pronoun and wearable art pins made entirely by me are up and ready for purchase. Please remember all of these are 100% hand drawn. Every single one. I am one disabled person doing my best, so sometimes lines aren't perfect but I do my best to sand off sharp edges and give you all the silly customizations your heart desires.
You can buy these from my etsy (link below)
however, if you don't like etsy (and listen, I get why) you can also purchase these from me directly here, we'll work out whats best for our transaction. Okay? Cool. Thanks for the boosts and for supporting a queer, indigenous artist 🎉
For Reasons (I'm trying to make an accessible website and need to be able to test it) I'm planning on re-installing my OS tonight or soon. Which DE is currently the most accessible? My instinct is to get GNOME because it's the de facto standard Linux desktop and its technologies are used in most others, but I vaguely remember hearing KDE has better accessibility support atm.
Specifically I'm hoping to get a screenreader working without bashing my head in along the way.
So PV is moving away from Mastodon because it's a flaming pile of horse shit but we're still gonna be around as we continue to push forward with our own community until the new platform gets done.
Social is gonna be up for another few weeks before I take it down and focus on internal projects so if you'd still like to support and stay updated on the latest check out https://www.patreon.com/Are0h
For the good folks that don't like Patreon use https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/Are0h or $Are0h at CashApp
"The Weight of Them" - a super-cute comic about gender confusion, transness, and nonbinarity, by Noelle Stevenson, creator of She-Ra. "Free to download, but any proceeds will be donated to BIPOC transition fundraisers!"
Nuevamente agradecemos la solidaridad de la población que se ha hecho presente en el Barracón Digital para realizar sus donaciones y al equipo de voluntaries quienes han trabajado arduamente de lunes a domingo para efectuar las entregas de asistencia humanitaria como apoyo a las personas afectadas por la tormenta tropical ETA.
#AnteLaCrisis Acuerpemos, apoyemos y ayudemos.
Who Are You Streaming For? is a collection of three critiques of livestreaming at protests. These three have previously been published separately, but in the context of the 2020 uprising are definitely worth returning to.