You have to take WHMIS [hazardous materials] training to learn why toilet cleaner shouldn’t go in your eyes. You should also have to take sexual-misconduct training."
Staysee Marie and GNO Vancouver have been tirelessly working to create safer spaces and true accountability. Thank you for your work and resistance to apathy. I know this work is brutal but you always have us in your corner.
Thank you Carly Lewis for this informative and passionate article. You have been such a huge part of all of our movements and work, ❤.
No one really prepares you for what this work will do to you as a person, as a survivor and as an eductator. There are harder days than easy ones and often the work is thankless and silent. All of that becomes manageable and able to transform when you work along side one another, praise and applaud one another, check in with one another, share knowledge with one another and find ways to hold one another up through it all.
So grateful for you all. Thank you ! Viktoria Belle.
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