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In one of Wear Your Voice Magazine’s recent #DropTheTowel shoots, we focused on taking a stand against  transgndered violence. While we enjoy creating a dialogue about issues that matter most importantly to us, we began to wonder what more can we do to be a trans ally? If you’ve been wondering that too, check out Pat, our Trans friendly vlogger, who offers tips on how to go beyond social media to create real change in the Trans community as an ally.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RJj1xk133vY&feature=youtu.be

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Originally from the Bay, I was uprooted from my eclectic surroundings and forced to spend my formative years in conservative San Joaquin County (Stockton) after Loma Prieta. Earthquake central couldn't deter me, and in 2010, I relocated to San Francisco. After a year of not being rich or knowing how to code, I moved to Oakland, where my momma and my momma's momma were born. Oakland has changed A LOT from when I was growing up, and I love getting reacquainted with my roots. Like our city's logo, Oakland grounds me, it's where I've rediscovered myself and unleashed my creativity. If I were a tattoo, I'd be eyes on my eyelids so I can snooze the day without anyone noticing (which I do often.) If I were a street in Oakland, I'd be Skyline Blvd, because, the view. Favorite spot in Oakland? I love it all! But I'd have to say Redwood Regional Park...or Raj Indian in Piedmont.

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