I’m Considering “Anti-Speciesism” as My Main Tool for Helping Animals

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I was not named Phoenix at birth. My original name was a traditionally male one, and as I grew up, the very utterance of it made me resistant. Finding the name Phoenix was very liberating. Now I had a name I liked the sound of. It was…

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Trans girl. Beyond-human ally. I unite with members of my species for all sentient beings. Free hug: uberpath@gmail. Feed me: Ko-fi.com/phxhu

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Trans girl. Beyond-human ally. I unite with members of my species for all sentient beings. Free hug: uberpath@gmail. Feed me: Ko-fi.com/phxhu

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