Alright. I’m about to talk politics here, so bear with me.
I’ve been thinking a lot about the Supreme Court and a lot of the bullshit they’ve been doing, and not just regarding Roe v Wade. They’ve trampled on Indigenous rights, told the EPA that they can’t do their job, and are now giving serious consideration to eliminating gay marriage and access to birth control.
Even if you think these decisions don’t affect you – they absolutely do.
I’ve mostly been silent on this on my blog and social media because I needed a more productive outlet for all this rage. I wanted to figure out what difference we can make beyond voting and riots.
That’s why I’m glad the ACLU has been working so hard. They actually blocked abortion bans in Kentucky, Florida, Utah, and Texas, and have filed a block in West Virginia. They have also been working hard on defending trans rights, among other civil liberties.
So, for the month of July, all proceeds from the sales of my prints and mini-printswill benefit the ACLU, so that they can keep up the fight. You can check out all the prints available in my Ko-Fi shop. The final tally will take place on July 31, and the donation sent on August 1. There will be screencaps for posterity.
I hope you can join me in supporting the ACLU! If you’re broke, spread the word about this fundraiser.
Thank you for your support, no matter how you show it.
Seeing Him is the story of Kate, a roller skating rink owner, and Adam, a transgender doctor, who fall in love and start making a life together. Also, shenanigans ensue.
Since its publication online in 2015, Seeing Him has had two homes – both of which, unfortunately, ended up closing down.
But the third time’s the charm! Seeing Him is now available as a PDF download in my Ko-Fi shop for $1.
As an addendum: In the original webcomic run of the story, a page in Chapter 2 had a deeply negative reception. After a review of the comic, I – Kelci – have elected to remove this page from the final product. This is because the page in question did not impact the rest of the story in any meaningful way. I have done this for the comfort of the reader, and to reflect the growth of the author and artist behind this project.
So if you have the means, get the PDF comic over on Ko-Fi!