Hey guys, My name is Jay ( or Skully, which most of my followers know me as…) and i’m a 17 year old trans male. I live in a home that doesn’t accept me and it gets harder every year for me to cope but luckily, on Dec. 28th (2015) i’ll be a legal adult and i can leave!!  I’ve been longing for Sweden for a few months and i decided it was the best option for me. Sweden has a lot of positivity towards the LGBTA community and it has a welcoming embrace. I realize its very far away and its a huge step in my life (what with leaving the country and changing my name + gender and all…) But i don’t want that to stop me. I haven’t had a “real” job yet but i do babysitting, commissions, selling off my old things and working for neighbors when i can.

  This campaign is for a temporary place to live until i can get a job there. I will be paying for my plane ticket and food by myself. I know this seems like a lot to ask for but i figured it wouldnt hurt. I’m doing everything within my power to get there. I’m finding a job, im finishing school, im reading about sweden and learning the language, i just need a bit of help from you guys!!

Every little bit counts you guys. Thank you. Heres the campaign and don’t be afraid to ask questions! (just be polite please!)

Jenna Ushkowitz attends the Kindred Foundation's inaugural fundraiser, Beverly Hills, March 3, 2015

Jenna already loves her MyIntent necklace, and last night she further showed her support for the cause by wearing not one, but two ‘intent’ bracelets. She started the night wearing a black bracelet, and at some point switching it for red. Both bracelets read “bold”; what will yours say?

MyIntent String Bracelet - $12.00

Hey! My name is Jonas, I’m a French transgender teen and I’m launching a fundraiser to help me transition. I need to pay for LOADS of things and they don’t come cheap at all… I promise every single buck I get from this campaign will be strictly used to help me transition - nothing else. Any money that doesn’t come of use immediately will be put away to my top surgery fund.

I know not everyone has even a buck to spare, but please consider sharing the link!

(Mod: I feel bad for bringing this up but I’m gonna do it anyways! So a few hours ago a few of my friends [Jesse, Nikki, Andy] and I had a talk and we all decided its time to move out and get a place. 

Now we can’t afford to buy a place but renting an apartment is easier! We know a city [one most of us already live near by] but before choosing a place we need to save up a lot of money! We all agreed that about $5,000 is enough for rent for a few months, and that we should give ourselves 6 months to a year to earn enough money to make this possible.

You might be wondering, “Kayla Mod, do you really think you can earn $5,000 in a year from commissions?” and thats a big heck no, since its taken me over a year to get a fraction of that. I will be looking for a job to be the bulk of this funding but I’ll still need help! So heres the deal, for every $10 you spend on commissions [mlp or other stuff] you’ll get a free pixel pony that will be shown in a group picture with all other commissioners ponies, that I’ll print, and frame in the future apartment!

If you can’t commission then donations are welcome! If you have no money to spare then spread the word! And thanks for reading! :) )

On September 5-6, 2015 I will be participating in the 2015 Disneyland Half Marathon Weekend as a member of Team ASPCA, a national fundraising and endurance training program. I am excited to be participating as a member of Team ASPCA and honored to be raising the awareness and the much needed funding to support the ASPCA’s programs. Your donation will help the ASPCA provide life-saving programs and services to millions of animals nationwide. The ASPCA is very important to me and I appreciate your help as we fight to give abused and homeless animals a second chance at life. Please support me by making a donation and help me make a positive impact in the lives of animals!


Jenna Ushkowitz attends the Kindred Foundation's inaugural fundraiser, Beverly Hills, March 3, 2015

We’re suckers for a good twosie, and Jenna’s graphic set by Australian label Elliatt has us craving summer already. Buy the pieces separately from Revolve, or save $4 and buy the lot from Nordstrom.

Elliatt ‘Eclipse’ Top - $74.00

Elliatt ‘Eclipse’ Skirt - $90.00

Worn with: MyIntent bracelets


Jenna Ushkowitz at the Kindred Foundation for Adoption Fundraiser


(L to R) Dominic Cooke. Miles Jupp, Deborah Findlay, Jason Watkins and Mark Gatiss attend Fast Forward, The National Theatre’s fundraising gala, at The National Theatre on March 4, 2015 in London, England. (Photo by David M. Benett/Getty Images)

Signal boost for Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Donations help to expand patient resources, open new avenues for doctors and allow them to try new procedures, develop immunotherapies that kill cancer cells and to work with pharmaceuticals on new medications to cure blood cancers. A friend has been diagnosed, so any good thoughts, prayers, and generosity would be amazing!

(Apologies for the interruption in your feeds, just trying to signal boost however I can.)

Thanks for reading! <3