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Tue
09
Jul

The Teamug

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11cm (4 and 3/8th in) tall, 8.5cm (3 and 3/8th in) diameter.

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Sat
06
Jul

Asexual handwarmers

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Hallo!

Following a commission I’ve made some more of these, since I now have the yarn banging about.

It’s all 75% wool, 25% nylon, except the purple stripes are 100% merino wool blend. Machine washable, and made in a pet-free, smoke-free home. They do stretch to fit bigger hands, just about. They are very much like these, but a little bit longer.

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Fri
21
Jun

Adoption

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The Stalker’s Cat mug is snug in Elspeth‘s cupboard.

I love getting photos of this stuff!

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Fri
21
Jun

The Diver’s Mug

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10cm (4 in) tall, 8.5cm (3 3/8 in) diameter.

I bought it from a charity shop and improved it. It’s a bit like the way I draw on photographs, except I drew on a mug instead.

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Fri
21
Jun

The Fluke Drench Mug

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9cm (3.5in) tall, 8cm (just over 3in) diameter.

I bought it from a charity shop and improved it (or, tried to). It’s a bit like the way I draw on photographs, except I drew on a mug instead.

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Sat
25
May

More fruit salad handwarmers

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I made some more, and they are basically identical to the last ones but about 1.5cm longer at the wrist-end, so I am going to copy and paste the info from the other page, thusly.

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Fri
24
May

Fruit Salad handwarmers available

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These handwarmers are 75% wool, 25% nylon for strength. They’re machine-washable. For yarny types, I used dkKnits technicolor dream toes hand-dyed sock yarn. The colours are a little warmer than the photo because I don’t know how to use a camera; they remind me a bit of the Fruit Salad chewy sweets of my yoof, hence the post name, but these are a lot more greener than the sweets were. I’m not cut out for this description/naming thing.

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Wed
22
May

No more Facebook for Poly in Pictures

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Yesterday Women, Action and the Media launched a campaign to prompt action from Facebook.

The gist of it is, they take down photos of women who’ve had double mastectomies and thus survived cancer, and they take down photos of women breastfeeding, both not-sexual in nature. But they allow groups that promote or joke about domestic violence and rape.

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Sun
19
May

Nonbinary Stats

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Nonbinary/genderqueer folk, do you feel like anonymously contributing to some stats about gender identity and expression?

I’m running a bit of an informal data-gathering thing to see how people express their nonbinary gender. I’ll publish the statistical results on my MxActivist blog in July 2013 in the form of graphs and charts.

Link: Nonbinary stats

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Wed
08
May

Are you genderqueer/nonbinary and in the UK?

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Do you use the gender-inclusive title Mx? Have you ever been told by some organisation or some individual or other that Mx is not a “proper” title?

Look no further, for you have found a PDF containing evidence of Mx being used by many many record-holding bodies, and even deed poll services and banks and such.

Here is a link to the scribd.com PDF viewing page: http://www.scribd.com/doc/137340953

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