Chloe Meagan

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It is not okay to send me messages until my phone can no longer tolerate it, flooding my inbox with sexual agression. It is not okay to ask me why I prefer my own gender. I do not "prefer" them, it is not a choice and I am not interested in you. It is not okay to make jokes at the LGBTQ+ communities expense unless they are respectful, supportive and clever. It is not okay to call me babe, baby, or any other pet name to put ownership on me. It is not okay to email my business account asking to have a conversation, I am a professional and it is disrespectful to take time out of my day for something unrelated. It is not okay to get angry and call me disgusting names because I've decided you are not a positive addition to my life. I do not know you, I do not owe you anything. It is not okay to send me pictures. It is a crime to expose yourself indecently, and I really don't want to see that wrinkly, two toned banana you're so proud of. It is not okay to assume that given I take soft, feminine pictures that I will not tear you to shreds when you overstep your boundaries. It is not okay to react as if I am the assailant when you have pushed me to become this way. It is not okay to think you know me just because of my gender. Women (also men and anyone who doesn't fit those binaries) , are fierce, loving creatures that are capable of so much. It is not okay to propose any type of relationship or dynamic for money unless someone is looking for something of the sort. We are are not cattle for sale. It is NEVER okay to put your hands on someone unless you have their consent. It is not okay to grab my chest, my waist, grind up on me, push me against walls, into corners, follow me, stalk me on public transit, ask me to smile, cat call me or any other behavior you wouldn't want done to a family member. Harassment and sexual agression is not just solely sexual assault. There are so many forms , and when someone – no matter what gender- calls you out on it, take a step back and realize that most of the time, it is a behavior YOU are exerting and not someone being sensitive. See more content created for you at www.authentichumanstories.com! 🦋 .

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Never take your hands for granted. In 2014, I was severely injured and mobility reduced for months and have been open about this; However, due to the seriousness of the primary injury (partially dislocated hip & torn hamstring) , the injury to my hand isn't often discussed.  Given that i was in a wheelchair for so long that was not of great quality, I ended up severing the tendon and third meta in my hand which caused nerve damage. Two years later, and I have yet to regain full control although some days…FANTASTIC THINGS SUCH AS BEING ABLE TO PUT ON MAKEUP EXIST!  I struggle with the application of most types of makeup as my dominant hand still tremors and feel as if it is being burned from the inside out, and the process of relearning how to even hold a simple makeup brush has been a real pain in my buttox, but I have loved every minute of it. I get to relearn a skill entirely, trying out new techniques that works for my disability!  Having a limitation only gives you the opportunity to prove everyone, including yourself, wrong. You can do whatever you put your mind to (**rules and restrictions may apply**) and know that you're never alone in your struggles.  Love you all <3 See more content created for you at www.authentichumanstories.com! 🦋 .

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After a long week, it was a treat to receive an amazing bracelet from @wepositivecanada this morning. With pride coming up in the next couple of months, it's always nice to have LGBTQ+ positive attire that reflects great messages such as a couple of my personal favorites like: : "LOVE YOURSELF", "ALL LOVE IS EQUAL" and "LOVE KNOWS NO BOUNDARIES". I have been feeling a bit …out of touch with my community lately and to have something constantly reminding me that i am valid, loved and that people are proud of me is an amazing feeling. We positive not only offer their support to the queer community, but to so many as well like body positivity and mental health to name a few! If you're looking for something to help you with positive thoughts, to aid in feeling part of a community or just to have a really pretty accessory, go check them out at wepositive.com and go follow them on Instagram at @wepositive or if you are in Canada, @wepositivecanada <3 It's also Phinous approved. #WePositive  #ad See more content created for you at www.authentichumanstories.com! 🦋 .

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The corktown footbridge in Ottawa is known for all of the love locks placed on it, a commemoration of commitment and dedication that two people vowed to each other. Love is a bond shared between two souls that have been lucky enough to find each other in this tumultuous world. In Canada, we are lucky as we have the ability to love whomever we want. However , our neighbors to the south aren't as privileged. The switch in presidency has brought unfair and unnecessary stigma and marginalization , especially for queer groups. I stand with my community, proudly wearing the shoes @theprideshoes sent me ! You can get these too, just in time for pride this year to show your support and solidarity with me❤ ALL proceeds go to @weareallout in the fight for lgbtq+ rights. If you want to learn more about the inspiring work that All Out does, head on over to allout.org , and since you're obviously going to want a pair of these sweet babies, they can be ordered at prideshoes.net ! ✨👞 Photographer @Auggie.blue 📷 I'm also in that annoying stage of growing out my undercut so bear with this half mullet. #sponsored See more content created for you at www.authentichumanstories.com! 🦋 .

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Yesterday marked my two months being sober and clean!! A few weeks before I started my hospital program, I was very close to death. I was too small for my frame, my heart was failing and I was numbing myself with different sorts of substances to take my mind off of the fact that I was not doing well. When I feel comfortable in my rehabilitation, I would love to share pictures of what my body truly looked like in May. However, a few weeks before starting my day program, I decided that ENOUGH WAS ENOUGH and that these substances were not aiding me in my recovery. I was causing myself harm and it was time to snap out of it! I quit meat in October of 2016, and then quit doing substances as well as caffeine two months ago and have never felt better. It was rough the first bit, especially without smoking as that helped with my appetite and pain management, but looking back now I am incredibly proud of how far I have come. To celebrate, I bought non-alcoholic wine and was able to limit myself to even just ONE GLASS! I am loving getting reacquainted with myself and am on a positive journey or rediscovery (especially when it comes to accepting my crazy unruly hair!) <3 See more content created for you at www.authentichumanstories.com! 🦋 .

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