Yopp finally has a Patreon! You can now show your support for this blog directly: just become a patron and give monthly contributions, rewards starting at just $1!
There will be fun rewards like access to excerpts from the cringeworthy fiction that I wrote in high school, the opportunity to have me answer one social justice related question a month, a 1-Hour live Q&A, and if you’re really generous, I’ll interview you remotely and write a blog post based on a story from your life!
Why Become A Patron
I write to identify the sources of suffering in the world that are both completely avoidable and no fault of the victim of the suffering. I know so many people who want to help but don’t know where to start. Systems of oppression are huge and complex, and I focus on what you can do as an individual to make a positive difference in the large scheme of things.
If you want to support the spread of this kind of information, if you need a non-time consuming way to fight for these causes, if you want to enable paid writing opportunities for marginalized writers, use your financial power if you have it ?and become a Patron of mine!
New Patreon Button
If you’re not currently in a financial position to become a Patron but you would like to do so in the future, don’t worry! The “Become A Patron” link has now been added to the bottom of every blog post as seen here, so anytime you read a post, you’ll see a reminder to sign up!
If becoming a patron isn’t possible for you financially, it would mean just as much to me if you could share for this post on social media so it can be seen by as many people as possible!
Thank you to all my loyal readers for your continued support!
About the writer: Kella Hanna-Wayne is the creator, editor, and main writer for Yopp. She specializes in educational writing about civil rights, disability, chronic illness, abuse, and Dissociative Identity Disorder. Her work has been published in Ms. Magazine blog, The BeZine, and Splain You a Thing and in 2022, she released a self-published book of poetry, “Pet: the Journey from Abuse to Recovery“. You can find her @KellaHannaWayne on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Medium, and Twitter.