Mission

Marginalized people have a lot of expectations put on them to present and speak about their experiences in a specific way. As transgender cancer patients, we think it is important to break that down, and show that there are more to these intersections than society may expect. So, the main hope for this project is to provide support and community for fellow transgender cancer patients. However, we would additionally like this to be a source of education, to provoke better care and inclusivity in medical spaces, and to help destigmatize patient experiences. Our current goal is to make our zines accessible for free here, as well as in physical formats to be sold at events. All funds will be used to offset the cost of running this website, production of the zines; and aid in travel costs to zine fests and healthcare events where we share our work and present workshops on advocacy and cultural competency. We have experienced the need for community, resources, and discussion around these topics, which is why this project and your support is so important to us.

~Charlie & Roman

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