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"Dark Mode," or "Blue Mode" has to be accessed on your side. Please check your settings.
When I was growing up, I had a neighbor who had severe lupus erythromatosis, that made her very photosensitive. She had to paint the walls of her bedroom matte black, have black curtains, and could only go out at night.
Computers and tablets should contain this setting.
Hope this helps.
I've mentioned that I'm severely photosensitive, to the point that I wear sunglasses inside the house. When I'm on the computer looking at a white background burns my eyes. So I was wanting to ask if there's a "dark mode" for the site? Or if not, if you guys can implement one. I've been able to do fine so far since I've signed up, but it's getting difficult. Almost all the sites I go to have the option, and I have all of them set to the dark mode. I can do that in the settings of my computer, but in doing so, it royally screws everything up, display wise. Pics are all screwed up, there's wild colors for links that are just as bad as bright colors that I can't change, and a lot of other messed up screwy junk.
I'm sure there's other photosensitive people here, so if it's possible, please say so. Hell, if it costs to download a package or something for it, I'll pay for it.
Sorry it took me so long. Here is the link to the Bravemaker Podcast w/Tony Gapastione "The Sky Turned Green & The Grass Turned Blue" Podcast # 9.
The Southern Comfort Transgender Conference begins Thursday, Friday, and Saturday (8/15-8/17). Online registration is closed BUT on site registration is available beginning Thursday at the Hotel Conference Center, 8th floor, Riverside Hotel, Ft. Lauderdale, FL. I'm not sure what hotel accommodations are still available, but you can check at 954-467-0671. The event website is www.sccfla.org .
I, personally, have a very soft heart and gratitude for Trans Conferences! I think other than the support and I have been fortunate to receive from TG Guide and it's members, the Conferences are second to none in helping to build my confidence and knowledge in what it takes to fully transition. I first came out in public as Jessica part time on January 27, 2019. I attended my first conference in Boston on January 30th. (I planned ahead for it and made my reservations for it in September 2018). Right afterwards I was in public about 95% as Jessica (excluding work and my son, sister, brother, and parents). In mid March I attended the Keystone Conference a in PA, and by early April came out to my work, son, parents and siblings AND began living freely again in my HOMETOWN! I have been full time since then, am now legally recognized as Jessica, female, by NYS, USA, IRS, SSA, my bank, my voter registration, and am scheduling my GRS now for ASAP. MY FULL Time Birthday is 4/15/2019.
The Conferences are well worth it, even if only for a day or two, or for those within commuting distance. I'd suggest the Sat workshops and Gala Banquet as a priority, if only one day is possible. But if able to attend more, it is well worth it! Hope to see some of you there!🙋♀️😍. I'll be there to learn something new, meet someone new, and hopefully help someone new as someone did me before!