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Rape Survivor Stereotypes Redefined

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Amanda

Worcester, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
Recently bought 400 pairs of socks to give away at a local backpack giveaway and tie dyed the socks with over 200 school kids in loving memory of my mom who passed 12/25/18.
Why are you participating?: 

Because we need more love and compassion and community support to build our youth up as strong, productive members of our community to continue spreading love and tolerance in our world.

Zoe

Springfield, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I volunteer to the Epilepsy Foundation on a yearly basis.
Why are you participating?: 

I wear a lot of different shirts, like the one I'm wearing in my picture, because people like to judge and they like to guess without meeting me. I wear it, so they know I am unashamed and although I am not my Label, I am strong in who I am.

Sarajane

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I became a drag mother a bit over a year ago. Since then I’ve acquired 3 drag daughters and it’s one of the proudest things I’ve done. I’m Helping them learn the tricks of the trade, and discovering who they are. Being a cosmetologist I had the know how I could share. I now have a drag daughter who was crowned the very first MX. Gay worcester. I was blessed with amazing foster parents and I had learned what it was like to have love and support come from unexpected places. Being able to pass that on to others is very gratifying. No one should ever feel unexcepted or unloved. I plan to continue expanding my “family “ and spreading all the love I have to give!

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