Yes, Thank you I Have Heard of Yoga

A cartoon of a blue star at the end of a rainbow, with a comically happy expression on its face. Below in blocky letters it says "Yes Thank you I have tried Yoga please suggest literally anything else" in all caps.

Edit: These two designs, “Yes, Thank you I Have Heard of Yoga” and “The Future is Intersectional” have been moved to my etsy store. The product selection is different so if you had your heart set on one of these designs on a particular product and you don’t see it in our store, contact us! 

We will be continuing to transition the designs in our Redbubble store over to Etsy, so we encourage you to check out the new store: KellaCoCreations! 

Today I have TWO new merch designs for you that are now available for purchase on our Redbubble store! Both of these designs are 100% original and I created them myself!

“Yes, Thank you I have tried yoga please suggest literally anything else” accompanied by a rainbow shooting star reminiscent of “the more you know!” is for anyone with a chronic condition or illness who is just really done with having yoga suggested as a solution. Maybe you already do yoga and you’re still sick/in pain. Maybe it makes your condition worse! Make it’s just not your thing. There are many reasons this design would be applicable to you!

You can now buy this original design on Redbubble, not just on art prints and T-shirts but on a whole range of products like stickers, pillow covers, mugs, laptop covers, and tote bags!

The Future is Intersectional

“The future is intersectional” around five intersecting circles that sport Yopp’s colors is a reminder that we are working toward a future that accounts for every intersection of oppression and empowers them.

You can find these designs and more on our Redbubble store. You can show your love for Yopp, plus, 15-30% of the cost goes to supporting Yopp directly!

Shop for more designs on Redbubble


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.

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