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Labor I won’t perform for free:
As much as I wish I could, just don’t have time to hold each individual person’s hand. I create a LOT of free content, and it’s a full-time job. You can say ‘thanks’ in solidarity so I can keep it up by supporting BFL on Patreon for as little as $3/month, or through a one-time contribution of whatever you can afford.
The reason I created this page is because Strangers. Keep. Asking (or demanding) I edit their books, give them my phone number so I can listen to their woes, explain how racism/ableism/etc. works in a private message, boost their organization, do a public speaking event, and/or be a therapist – for free – not realizing I have limited time and a two kids to support.
If you’re interested in any of these things – I can do them. But providing the stuff above, plus more costs me (in childcare, coffee, spoons, and living expenses). So you’ll need to pay for my expertise and time.
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