Would anyone be interested in a sewing blog focused on sewing for trans women?
Stuff like copying patterns from clothing that already fits you well so that you can feminize them. Clothing modification. Making your own femme underwear that'll fit your hips and genital configuration. That sort of thing.
I'm not an amazing seamstress, but I'm finding sewing to be a very affirming way of approaching the process of replacing my clothes.
The New Internationalist is an independent libertarian socialist publishing co-operative that functions as a non-profit and without hierarchy - the editor is a guest role, rotated in order to ensure no one voice directs the paper.
Organise! is the magazine published by the Anarchist Federation in Britain, it runs as a non-profit anarchist co-operative and is funded by subscriptions and donations.
Center 4 a Statless Society is an Oklahoma-based anarchist think tank and media center that exists to explain and defend anarchist praxis
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Crimethinc is a decentralized anarchist collective that has been working since the 90s to co-ordinate the publication of anarchist theory and analysis, in the form of books, journals and podcasts.
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subMedia is a video production ensemble, which aims to promote anarchist and anti-capitalist ideas, and aid social struggles through the dissemination of radical films and videos.
Popular Front is an independent grassroots publication specializing in conflict journalism.
New Syndicalist is an independent publication set up by members of the Industrial Workers of the World for improving the approaches of union organisers.
libcom is a libertarian communist publication and archive, in place to learn from successes and failures of the past and develop strategies to increase the power ordinary people have over our own lives.
I got sunshine, on a cloudy day: Rudbeckia fulgida var sullivantii 'Goldsturm'
It's also rather fasciating... Yes, that's spelt correctly. Hint: visit the blog: http://www.gwenfarsgarden.info/2019/09/i-got-sunshine-on-cloudy-day-rudbeckia.html
@remulacfrommars When I had connections in the security sector my technique at ICE protests was "You don't have to do this, I can get you a job that helps people."
Badly need help
My car's fixed! Unfortunately, they had to replace the transmission, and I can't get the car back until I pay for that. I live in the desert, where I need this car to buy food and medication. Please help me raise the funds for the repair. I need $2075 in total. Cash app: $spunkyspark PayPal: [email protected] #crowdfund #transcrowdfund
privacy meta, drone kink
So apparently if you google "drone kink" most of the results that come up are from the fediverse.
So like just a heads up, some of y'all's stuff is easily searchable and you may want to opt-out of search engine indexing.
Some of the results that come up are from monsterpit folks
Japanese fathers demoted for taking paternity leave sue their employers | The Independent
An' ye harm none, do what ye will
The first principle is that you must not fool yourself – and you are the easiest person to fool.
This is an instance for folks who follow The Liturgists Podcast, The Alien & The Robot, and other things The Liturgists create.