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New Campaign Breaks Stereotypes and Redefines The Human Experience

What is the human experience?  Many of us were taught that it involves living by a specific set of rules. Grow up, finish school, get a job, raise a family, work until we are 65, retire, be grandparents and deal with any bumps that try to throw us off “track” along the way. But what happens if that’s not what you desire, or if society at large tells you the experience you are having is abnormal or even wrong? The truth is there is no singular human experience. We are not mass produced in specific molds so we don’t have the same goals and desires. We are unique which means our experiences should be too.

T.H.E (The Human Experience) wants you to join their February campaign to share stories of all the different experiences that we as individuals are living through.

Now more than ever we have a chance to connect globally with people of all colors, classes, nationalities, sexual identities, genders, and beliefs. We can show the world that 1. There are many options for our own experience that are not what we thought “normal” should be, and 2. Discourage our unhealthy system of labeling people as if they are cans of food.

Wouldn’t you like to share your experience?

Read more about T.H.E at: thehumanexperienceblog.com

Follow the easy instructions for participation at:  thehumanexperienceblog.com/you-are-the-human-experience-tell-your-story/


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*The ads on this site are here because I haven’t paid extra money. not because I support the product or service.*

Social Action

Thank you T.H.E.

We got our first sponsor! Emelina Minero bought a $19 banner ad for her online community magazine, The Human Experience(T.H.E.).

What is T.H.E.? It is the validity in your story and the story of 7,000,000,000 other people in this world. How do you put a label on being human? You don’t. You open your heart and listen. 

I really like the goals of her community. My favorite and one,  is the limited stereotypical images of LGBTQ in our media consumption.  I am so tired of stereotypes in general that I have downsized my media consumption a great deal. I got rid of my TV three years ago and stopped reading popular magazines. Those were my two main reinforcements of our oddly skewed society and I can tell the difference just when I go to a friends house and watch a show with them or see the magazines they read. I forget how inundated we are through the media with such limited ideas of how we should be. It makes me laugh and feel a bit sad at the same time.

Please visit Emelina’s website and see just how awesome her project is at The Human Experience.com


Then visit my campaign on IndieGoGo.com/EIE