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Meet Jack Francis, a creator from the UK living with Tourettes and awesome tats

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“Hi I’m Jack Francis, and by now you’ve realized there’s something wrong with me.” Well, we wouldn’t say there’s anything wrong with Jack Francis, but he’s definitely inimitable. And that’s partially because Jack has Tourette Syndrome, a condition that makes him shout curse words and suffer extreme ticks at stressful moments throughout the day. But there’s a lot more to Jack than his disease and that’s why we subscribed to his channel as soon as we found it. For starters, he documents his experience to generate awareness and help others understand and manage issues of their own. Important stuff. But aside from that there’s also the sheer swag he brings to everything he does … from tattoo sessions to haircuts to just hanging out with friends. Don’t take our word for it though! Click the link in our bio to learn more about @j.franciss
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Trans activist and creator from Fox & Owl, Ugla Stefanía (@uglastefania) is fighting for change within the LGBTQIA community. “Today we went to 10 Downing Street for an LGBTQIA reception and listened to Theresa May give a speech on equality. During her speech she mentioned transphobic bullying being a serious problem and that the Gender Recognition Act (2004) was being reviewed. Afterwards we had a brief chat with her about non binary legal recognition and the importance of non binary inclusion in the law.“ Photo by @uglastefania
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