I put a lot of thought and love into these prints, they carry messaging that I really connect with that I don't often see created by other artists. I think there's still a lot of fear that people have with simple things they say about minorities being respected and acknowledged in their work - I still get a lot of crooked looks and stares from people from the craft world who don't get the point of activism or who think that support of one group negates the support of their own group. When one can support multiple identities and causes. My prints simply try to bring attention to groups who are often not acknowledged in most issues despite the fact that they are the ones being most affected by it.
I know I'm not saying the most revolutionary thing with these prints but I think that just shows how much more work there is to be done in this world. That even saying things as simple as 'trans rights are human rights' is still something people think they can actually debate and argue about. It's still hurtful to me that messaging like this is still necessary despite how far we've come. But I hope we continue towards a world where hopefully people won't have to be reminded that racism is bad, lgbt people matter, and everyone deserves respect.