Story Sticks. Yellow = character, Red = conflict, Green = setting, Blue = “Special” Choose one of each and then make up a story based on what you’ve got.

Story Sticks. Yellow = character, Red = conflict, Green = setting, Blue = “Special” Choose one of each and then make up a story based on what you’ve got.

"Trans Men And Women Get Real About What Pronouns They'd Like To Be Called - "Just don't call me 'it.'" "

"Trans Men And Women Get Real About What Pronouns They'd Like To Be Called - "Just don't call me 'it.'" "

ummm sweaty,,, they can be used for one person,, "oh your teacher said something to you? what did they say?"

ummm sweaty,,, they can be used for one person,, "oh your teacher said something to you? what did they say?"

How to run a GoodReads giveaway with maximal results: 11 tips we know you’ll need | Novel Publicity

How to run a GoodReads giveaway with maximal results: 11 tips we know you’ll need | Novel Publicity

The gender neutral pronoun was introduced just a couple years ago, it's "hen" ("he" in swedish is "han" and "she" is "hon" so it's kinda a mix between the two I guess). There are books that only use the "hen" pronoun.

The gender neutral pronoun was introduced just a couple years ago, it's "hen" ("he" in swedish is "han" and "she" is "hon" so it's kinda a mix between the two I guess). There are books that only use the "hen" pronoun.

What is the difference between the ceremonial law, the moral law, and the judicial law in the Old Testament?

What is the difference between the ceremonial law, the moral law, and the judicial law in the Old Testament?

"Then, what's the problem?" "I'm in LOVE with her. Like you said, hers is just a little crush."

"Then, what's the problem?" "I'm in LOVE with her. Like you said, hers is just a little crush."

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