nope. I finished editing it in April this year and it’s had some screenings (the premiere was in April and it toured North America in September). unfortunately it still isn’t online due to logistics, and paper work processing times. i just want it online and for people to be able to watch it so bad. I’ve been working full time since getting back from tour so ive been super busy, but my to do list for this weekend includes sending out emails related to getting it online. hopefully you can see it soon.
also if there’s anyone who saw it irl and wants to write a review (or thoughts) I’d love to read it.
i’ve stopped trash talking comic sans after learning the font is actually one of the only dyslexia-friendly fonts that come standard with most computers and i advocate for others doing the same
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although I’m sure that there are fonts that are slightly easier to read over others for some people with dyslexia, and theres been more and more research and thus new advancements on the subject, I have to say as someone who was diagnosed with dyslexia at age 10 and has gone through the educational system as having a recognised learning disability (I underwent many research tests at the university of Sydney as a child and was allowed extra exams time, personal readers etc etc during my schooling by the state board of education) I have to say I’m sceptical of comic sans (or a change of font for example) being some sort of dyslexia friendly solution. dyslexia for alot of people is effected by different wave lengths of light entering the eyes and brain. for me too much orange enters my eyes (like the orange you cant see in the spectrum of natural light) causing objects especially letters and numbers to move when I view it. so if I’m looking at something on a piece on paper etc I’ll get distracted by rivers (the white gaps between the letters look like flowing rivers to me) and letters with move around and slump (tall letters like L’s and T’s what be standing up straight). I’ve found that the best way to eradicate and/or work with this is by wearing a specific shade of blue irlen lenses or an irlen filter. it means that as blue is opposite to orange it filters out the excess orange. as helpful as a change of font may be for some people i dont think that its really helping what is the real problem for many people with dyslexia.
Your room is so nice!!! Did you get all those things from thrift stores :o??
thankyou! i LOVE my room. all the things i own in those photos are from thrift store minus the in n out burger cups, a photo frame, lawn pink flamingo, bye bye patriarchy patch, keychain with my name on it, tales of blarg and the pink flamingo salt n pepper shakers.