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2021-08-10 00:20:20

    Hey, my name is Valentine and this is my girlfriend Brooke.

    We are two disabled nonbinary/trans (I am TME) lesbians, and I'm kindly asking for donations to prevent us from collapsing into a pit of debt.

    Currently we are a sole income household as Brooke cannot find work as a disabled trans woman, especially with COVID concerns and my compromised immune system (I am currently working from home).

    I recently missed over a weeks worth of work due to my chronic illness, and took three separate ambulance trips to the hospital. Due to the missed hours and ambulance bills, we are now deep in the negative.

    I am nearly $500 in overdraft in my chequing account, and nearly $200 over the limit on my credit card. I have a bi weekly loan payment of $150 that is withdrawn from my chequing account on the 16th and 30th of each month, which I can not afford to have bounce back. Every day I am unable to pay the credit card down to below the limit, I am charged a $30 over-limit fee. Here are some photos of my bank account right now:

    My goal is $700 CAD to help us get out of this financial hole, and prevent any further unaffordable bank fees from piling up. Please ignore my deadname:

    If you have any questions, or would like further information please do not hesitate to ask, as I am willing to provide any additional proof! Any help is appreciated, and thanks so much for reading.

    adhbabey

    I always see this and it always pisses me off when it happens,

    So can we stop shaming teenagers and young people for believing they have a mental illness?

    It's a brand of ableism that's similar to cringe culture but it's blatant ableism in the way that a young person is struggling with a mental illness.

    I always see people going "stop romanticizing mental illness" or calling teenagers who have them "attention seeking" or "doing it to look cool". But I never see anyone actually doing it because they aren't struggling. No matter if you have seen someone do it, it's more likely that they're struggling and coping in a way you don't deem appropriate. As if there is any right way to cope other than getting help for it.

    I'm honestly really sick of seeing it, sick of people shaming others, attacking, being real dickheads because some young teen is like "hey, there's something wrong." And some dickhead is like "you're making it up."

    Which, first of all, is extremely invalidating. And second of all, who made you the leader of the all seeing eye of mental health? Who are you to say they don't have it, when it's highly more likely that they do.

    Regardless, can we stop shaming young people for this shit? Or shaming young people in general. Especially afab people. Literally I'd be probably richer than jeff bezos for the amount of times I've seen shit that's shaming a young teen girl for god knows what.

    Stop telling teens they're making it up. And stop shaming teens in general for coming out with this information. It's disgusting and ableist and you're a horrible person for doing it. You're literally not helping anyone.

    adhbabey

    this is important lets bring this back.

    butter-your-crumpet

    OI TUMBLR CAN WE YELL THIS POST A LITTLE LOUDER

    adhbabey

    PEOPLE AREN'T FAKING THEIR MENTAL ILLNESSES!!!! STOP ACCUSING THEM OF DOING SO!!!! IT'S ABLEISM!!!!!

    xxkandi-riotrxx

    This is a HUGE problem in the DID/OSDD community people rly seem to think they can look at a post and decide ur obviously faking *eye roll*