Struggling to remember your Branding from your Searing? These new Smite Cards can help!
Each one is clearly labelled and comes in a different colour, and contains full details of the spell on the back! They’re also laminated to protect from spills!
Available at LauranicusGoods
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Being part of a community, and figuring out there are other people out there like you, it helps. Times are tough, but we’re getting through them 🏳️🌈
These Pride Plaster stickers are something I’m really proud of - they come as a set of two, and are actual plaster sized! You can find them, as well as other Pride stickers, over on LauranicusGoods
Indigenous Design Printed Tote Bag by Rosie Nangala Flemming
The sweet design is by Aboriginal artist Rosie Nangala Flemming from Yuendum in the Northern Territory who receives royalties from each sale.
FUNDRAISING: This month (July) we are partnering with the National Justice Project and donating 20% of all July Etsy sales to this excellent charity - find out about their important work here supporting Indigenous Australians: https://justice.org.au/
Seconds Little Alien Pin by LittleAlienProducts
Hiya everyone! I have a few ‘seconds’ pins left which have really minor defects, mostly tiny scratches. I will be donating 50% of the total sale price to Sisters Inside, an organisation that supports Australia’s First Nations women and girls and is committed to changing our unjust social structure. Currently, I am only shipping within Australia with registered postage.
“Complex factors lead to women and girls’ entering and returning to prison. Criminalisation is usually the outcome of repeated and intergenerational experiences of violence, poverty, homelessness, child removal and unemployment, resulting in complex health issues and substance use. First Nations women and girls are massively over-represented in prison due to the racism at the foundation of systems of social control.
Adult and youth prisons not only fail to address these problems – they often add to them. Without housing, adequate income, accessible health care, and positive family and community life, women and girls are trapped in a vicious cycle with very few genuine choices to improve their lives.
Sisters Inside responds to criminalised women and girls’ needs holistically and justly. We work alongside women and girls to build them up and to give them power over their own lives. We support women and girls to address their priorities and needs. We also advocate on behalf of women with governments and within the legal system to try to achieve fairer outcomes for criminalised women, girls and their children.”