Btw I can't actually remember how to recreate the crystal pronoun pin so...RIP
I know you’ve done he/she but would you possibly be able to do he/her?
The crystal one is a new one I'm trying out, so if anyone else wants that, you can just request the "crystal glow" design :)
That, and the last neon one can be put in any photo manipulation program and hue-shifted to get different colors :)
Here's where you can dowload these from the web archive!
And you'll be able to find them in this Threadless collection when they're done loading:
[ID: Eleven circular he/her pronoun pin designs with transparent backgrounds.
The first is light purple with a crescent moon and stars, with black text.
The second shows flowers of different kinds in bright colors, with purple text matching the stripes on the Queer flag.
The third is black with a white ring, with white and yellow text.
The fourth shows someone in a cyberpunk, Matrix-style outfit with a dark coat and glasses, holding a neon green rod behind their shoulders, with the text made to look like neon lettering.
The fifth is a photo of a blue sky filled with fluffy white clouds, seen through a break in tree cover, with black text matching the silowets of the trees.
The sixth is a pink and purple sunset, with black text.
The seventh is green aurora borealis over snowy mountains, with white text.
The eighth is the inside of a purple geode, with blowing purple and black-shadowed text.
The ninth is half blue and half red, with white text.
The tenth is ocean waves, with white and black text.
The eleventh and last is of neon-light style blue letters on a solid black background.
Can you make one for he/she please?
of course :)
[ID: Eleven circular pronoun pins with transparent backgrounds.
The first is black, with a white ring around the outer edge, with "he" written in white text, and "She" written in yellow.
The second is a stock photo of a cyberpunk, Matrix-style person in dark sunglasses, holding a neon rod behind their head, with "he-she" written in neon-style green text.
The third is covered in different wild flowers, with "he she" in light and dark purple text with a white outline.
The fourth is a grey brick wall, with antique style white font with a black outline reading "he she"
The fifth is a drawing of a crescent moon with small white stars, and black text.
The sixth is a half photo, half digital painting of a realistic crescent moon in a black-to-blue gradient sky scattered with tiny stars while clouds lit grey and orange by the sunset below, and cursive white text that reads, "my pronouns are he she".
The seventh is a purple galaxy background, with concentric white rings, and "he/she" in white text with a bold outline in a computerized style font.
The eighth is a phooto of ocean waves from above, with bold black text that reads "he she"
The ninth is a swirling abstract background of black, blue, and red, with white text that reads, "My pronouns are he/she - that means you refer to me as both 'he' and 'she'".
The tenth is half yellow and half black, with black text curving across the top that reads, "my pronouns are", then "he" in black on the yellow half, and "She" in yellow on the black half.
The eleventh is colorful stripes of rainbow paint, with text with a black outline and center, and pastel inner edges, that reads, "please use He/She pronouns for me!"
You can download the HD versions from the web archive!
These are free to download and print out, and you're welcome to share them to other sites, or use for icons / headers, in art, ect! All I ask is that you include an image description to make the post accessible! Copying and paste the relevant section above is the easiest way to do this :)
Requests are always open!
These designs will appear in this collection in my threadless store when they're done uploading, so you can buy them as buttons, shirts, stickers, ect! :)
KK I guess their wifi also hates threadless, so you can't buy this design yet lol...
here's the shirt the character in my dream was wearing
[ID: Desaturated purple text on a pale blue background as a T-shirt design, with smaller text at the top reading: "My pronouns are:"
Then there is much larger, underlined text in the center reading "He/nim" in all caps.
Under "he" in smaller text is "he/him/his/himself". Under "ne" is "ne/nim/nis/nimself".
At the bottom, in the same small test, is, "use 'em or get lost".
Please feel free to request more pronouns in this style.
So can we start calling this the progress trans flag and using this or is that too radical a concept for people in 2023?
Explicitly include nonbinary people in the trans pride flag. Not just as a single single white stripe for people with "neutral" genders that 99% of people don't even know is for nonbinary people.
If you want support nonbinary people, one small step is to explicitly include us in the trans pride flag, and not just by lumping all of us together into a single "neutral" category that seems like it's only there to separate the pink and blue stripes.
I'm tired of binary people promoting exorsexism and erasing and speaking over nonbinary people. If the pride flag can change to explicitly include and support trans people, then the trans flag can change to explicitly include nonbinary people.
Being trans is not just for binary men and women. It's 2023. How about we put nonbinary people front and center in the trans community, and how about the rest of the trans community be proud to fight with us?
[ID: The trans progress pride flag, with symetrical horizontal stripes of purple, black, blue, pink, yellow, white, yellow, pink, blue, black, and purple. End ID.]
The Trevor Project needs help holding upper management accountable for sudden devastating layoffs, and silencing those attempting to speak up about it!
The Trevor Project is a US-based nonprofit organization that provides support for struggling queer youth, providing 24/7 phone and text lines as well as other resources and community for many queer youth who are struggling to find support and a sense of stability. For those who work for this project, their jobs have meant everything to them, and the layoffs came suddenly, without the employees being able even so much as give feedback during this announcement.
"On the morning of June 14, The Trevor Project sent a meeting invite for 1:30 pm EST (2 hours before the meeting start time). The meeting was titled "988 Updates." In this brief meeting, staff at Trevor Project and staff contracted through Insight Global working for Trevor Project were informed that almost half of this 988 staff would be laid off and the last day for those folks would be July 2, 2023. Coordinators of the meeting from both Trevor Project and Insight Global turned off the chat feature and opened the Q&A, but have yet to still answer the questions asked by the staff. Leaders were stiff, emotionless, and cold while reading off of a script as if they were not destroying lives by what they were saying. 988 counselors and staff were also told not to stop taking crisis chats while this was happening, leading to our own self-crises while trying to support contacts. This was a highly unprofessional and inconsiderate meeting with life-changing news."
This has been utterly devastating for both the project, and those who are losing their jobs. Those affected were given a two week notice. As this is a primarily queer organization, many of those affected by these lay-offs face discrimination in their careers and have struggled to find jobs outside of queer affirming organizations.
As of writing this post, this petition only needs 255 signatures to pass, please sign if you agree that those in charge need to be held accountable and provide answers and solutions for the problems and damage that has been caused. You can also share this post, or the link to the petition itself to increase visibility. Thank you for reading.
We stand in solidarity with The 988 Trevor Project Team United.
[ID: A circular design showing a photograph of yellow and green striped canna lily - large tropical leaves, with black text with a white border that reads, "My pronouns are ze/hir". End ID.]
Archive link where you can download the HD files for use as icons, or for making your own buttons, stickers, or shirts:
Other pronouns for this design so far:
Please feel free to request more pronouns, including combinations!
"Chocolate Surf" pronoun pins!
Font is "Painting with Chocolate", free for commercial use
Photo is from Pexels.com
[ID: A screenshot of 16 circular designs on a white background.
Each design shows the ocean from above, and has pronouns written in black text with a white outline.
In order from top to bottom and left to right, they read:
ae/aer, bun/buns, e/em,
fae/faer, fe/fear, he/him,
it/its, she/her, sie/hir,
star/stars, they/them, ve/ver,
xe/xir, and, ze/hir.
Web archive link to download the HD files
Threadless collection to buy them if you don't want to make your own buttons or shirts
You are encouraged to download these and use them for icons, in headers or moodboards or other art (like scaling it down so a character is wearing it on their shirt or a pin, or even a poster on their wall!), and if you've got the resources, you are welcome to print it out and make your own shirts and buttons! Use it for anything you want!
pick some pronouns to go on this design :)
[ID: A circular design against a transparent background, showing a photo of the ocean from above, with the water light and dark teal with white foam. Large black text in the font Painting With Chocolate, which looks like it was drawn with a paintbrush, with first a white, then a teal outline. The text reads ,"Suggest some pronouns". End ID.]
Done so far:
I think I might make one of these the new blog icon :)
[ID: Seven circular designs with transparent backgrounds.
The first shows a photo of a forest path with soft sunlight filtering down, with large white text in the font Mister October, that reads, "Your pronouns here".
The second design is the same as the first, but the text now reads, "How many can you request? As many as I can fit on the design!"
The third is a stockphoto of someone in a cyberpunk cosplay against a black background, wearing black sunglasses and holding a long neon light over their shoulders. Neon-light style text in green reads, "Your pronouns here" in the font Mainframe.
The fourth is a photo of a punk and purple sky at sunset, with black text like it was painted, reading, "Your pronouns here" in the font Painting With Chocolate.
The fifth shows white ocean surf over teal water, with black text reading, "Your pronouns here" in the font Quarry Digger.
The sixth and seventh show the same photo of the ocean from above with sky blue and seafoam waves and white foam, both reading, in first black text with a white outline, then white text with a black outline, "Your pronouns here" in the Quarry Digger font.
Requests are always open! You can buy the finished design from my Threadless store, or just download it yourself, print it out, and make your own shirts or buttons if you've got the resources!
You are free to use the designs as icons or in art, too!
KK so the best size for files for uploading to Threadless is 5k by 5k or so.
Most of the pronoun pin designs I created before Redbubble stopped pretending to be evil were 2.5k x 2.5k because that was the best size for Redbubble.
so the older designs will be smaller on the Threadless products and thats just gonna have to be how it is unless someone can point me to a computer program that will automatically scale up hundreds of files at once while keeping them HD and their backgrounds still transparent.
Or unless someone wants to pay me $500 to sit here and manually go through them all scaling them up one by one but I doubt it lol.
Any new designs (including new pronoun sets with templates I've already made) will be the proper size.
Photo from Pexels, by Pixabay.
Font is Carnivalee Freakshow, free for commercial use
please tell me more pronoun puns I can make this is hilarious
[ID: A circular design against a transparent background, showing a yellow-tinged photo of a long country road leading past farmland fields to a house. Large white old-fashioned text has been put over it with a black outline reading, "My pronouns? Well now, sie/hir! (see/here)". End ID.]
You can buy this from my Threadless shop!
You can download the HD version from the web archive here!
You are encouraged to download this and use it for icons, in headers or moodboards or other art (like scaling it down so a character is wearing it on their shirt or a pin, or even a poster on their wall!), and if you've got the resources, you are welcome to print it out and make your own shirts and buttons! Use it for anything you want!
The only thing I ask in return is that you add an image description like the one above whenever you are sharing it, or things you've made with it, online! You can even copy and paste my image description if you want!
Requests are always open :)
99 designs in the novapronouns collection so far :)
102 designs in the nounself pronoun pin collection now :)
45 more hippie flower pins added to the threadless store, only 43 left :)
I still can't find any info on how many collections I can have on Threadless so I might just have to have collections for Novapronouns and Nounself pronouns instead of a collection for each individual pronouns.
[ID: a link preview of a stock image coffee table with a laptop with the facebook logo on the screen with text on top that says 'anyone who used facebook in the last 16 years can now get settlement money. here's how." end ID]
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Excerpt from article:
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