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For every product you buy, one dollar will be donated to the campaign

I’m Not a Joke is a campaign spreading awareness for the LGBTI community through art and design, created by Daniel Arzola (@Arzola_d) in light of the recent violent acts against the sexually diverse community in Venezuela. It initially seeks to expand in the online community. If you’d like to share your opinion please do so via twitter using the hashtag #ImNotaJoke. Like my page on Facebook and share the posters to support the cause! 

Shop: http://society6.com/Arzolad/tshirts

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For every product you buy, one dollar will be donated to the campaign

I’m Not a Joke is a campaign spreading awareness for the LGBTI community through art and design, created by Daniel Arzola (@Arzola_d) in light of the recent violent acts against the sexually diverse community in Venezuela. It initially seeks to expand in the online community. If you’d like to share your opinion please do so via twitter using the hashtag #ImNotaJoke. Like my page on Facebook and share the posters to support the cause! 

Shop: http://society6.com/Arzolad/tshirts

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I’m Not A Joke (No Soy Tu Chiste) was begun in Venezuela on January 23, 2013 by writer, illustrator, and activist Daniel Arzola (@Arzola_d) It became the first Venezuelan viral campaign that through art raised awareness of the prejudice and violent acts performed against the LGBTI community around the world. Within only 6 months of its creation the campaign has reached more than a million people in more than thirty countries including Russia, where it is used today illegally as a tool for human rights protests. Today, the campaign is available in Spanish, Portuguese, and English, and holds 50 illustrated posters that through the psychology of color illustrate matters dealing with same-sex marriage, gender roles, bullying, and a variety of other current social issues. It has become viral on Facebook, Tumblr, and Twitter. 

For every product you buy, one dollar will be donated to the campaign

Shop: http://society6.com/Arzolad

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#ILLUSTRATIONS is a collaboration betweenand artist, Daniel Arzola No Soy Tu Chiste #ImNotaJoke and the It Gets Better Project This series of seven illustrated themes will be released over the course of the Spring of 2014 and will highlight important issues facing LGBT youth worldwide. Each theme features a core shareable graphic, accommodating story, video and an international take from one of our many international partners. Additional illustrations to be released soon! Click the link below to learn more about our collaboration http://tinyurl.com/lnfpt83

#ILLUSTRATIONS is a collaboration betweenand artist, Daniel Arzola No Soy Tu Chiste #ImNotaJoke and the It Gets Better Project This series of seven illustrated themes will be released over the course of the Spring of 2014 and will highlight important issues facing LGBT youth worldwide. Each theme features a core shareable graphic, accommodating story, video and an international take from one of our many international partners. Additional illustrations to be released soon! Click the link below to learn more about our collaboration http://tinyurl.com/lnfpt83

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¿Rosa para niñas y azul para niños? ¿Por qué? Juguetes son juguetes ¡Sólo quiero jugar! #NoSoyTuChiste
#Illustrations es el nuevo proyecto de No Soy Tu Chiste y The It Gets Better Project contará con 7 posters dedicados a algunas situaciones difíciles que involucra ser un joven LGBTI en el mundo. Busca Tu Comunidad. Visitahttp://www.itgetsbetter.org/content/arzola1 para más información.

¿Rosa para niñas y azul para niños? ¿Por qué? Juguetes son juguetes ¡Sólo quiero jugar! #NoSoyTuChiste

#Illustrations es el nuevo proyecto de No Soy Tu Chiste y The It Gets Better Project contará con 7 posters dedicados a algunas situaciones difíciles que involucra ser un joven LGBTI en el mundo. Busca Tu Comunidad. Visitahttp://www.itgetsbetter.org/content/arzola1 para más información.

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I’m Not A Joke (No Soy Tu Chiste) was begun in Venezuela on January 23, 2013 by writer, illustrator, and activist Daniel Arzola (@Arzola_d) It became the first Venezuelan viral campaign that through art raised awareness of the prejudice and violent acts performed against the LGBTI community around the world. Within only 6 months of its creation the campaign has reached more than a million people in more than thirty countries including Russia, where it is used today illegally as a tool for human rights protests. Today, the campaign is available in Spanish, Portuguese, and English, and holds 50 illustrated posters that through the psychology of color illustrate matters dealing with same-sex marriage, gender roles, bullying, and a variety of other current social issues. It has become viral on Facebook, Tumblr, and Twitter. 

For every product you buy, one dollar will be donated to the campaign

Shop: http://society6.com/Arzolad

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I’m Not A Joke (No Soy Tu Chiste) was begun in Venezuela on January 23, 2013 by writer, illustrator, and activist Daniel Arzola (@Arzola_d) It became the first Venezuelan viral campaign that through art raised awareness of the prejudice and violent acts performed against the LGBTI community around the world. Within only 6 months of its creation the campaign has reached more than a million people in more than thirty countries including Russia, where it is used today illegally as a tool for human rights protests. Today, the campaign is available in Spanish, Portuguese, and English, and holds 50 illustrated posters that through the psychology of color illustrate matters dealing with same-sex marriage, gender roles, bullying, and a variety of other current social issues. It has become viral on Facebook, Tumblr, and Twitter. 
For every product you buy, one dollar will be donated to the campaign
Shop: http://society6.com/Arzolad

I’m Not A Joke (No Soy Tu Chiste) was begun in Venezuela on January 23, 2013 by writer, illustrator, and activist Daniel Arzola (@Arzola_d) It became the first Venezuelan viral campaign that through art raised awareness of the prejudice and violent acts performed against the LGBTI community around the world. Within only 6 months of its creation the campaign has reached more than a million people in more than thirty countries including Russia, where it is used today illegally as a tool for human rights protests. Today, the campaign is available in Spanish, Portuguese, and English, and holds 50 illustrated posters that through the psychology of color illustrate matters dealing with same-sex marriage, gender roles, bullying, and a variety of other current social issues. It has become viral on Facebook, Tumblr, and Twitter. 

For every product you buy, one dollar will be donated to the campaign

Shop: http://society6.com/Arzolad

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Sometimes it’s easy to feel alone, and not so easy to make friends. If you feel that no one understands you, you just have to search again. Maybe we are all different, but someone out there feels like you.
#ILLUSTRATIONS is a collaboration betweenand artist, Daniel Arzola No Soy Tu Chiste #ImNotaJoke and the It Gets Better Project This series of seven illustrated themes will be released over the course of the Spring of 2014 and will highlight important issues facing LGBT youth worldwide. Each theme features a core shareable graphic, accommodating story, video and an international take from one of our many international partners. Additional illustrations to be released soon! Click the link below to learn more about our collaboration http://tinyurl.com/kmed599

Sometimes it’s easy to feel alone, and not so easy to make friends. If you feel that no one understands you, you just have to search again. Maybe we are all different, but someone out there feels like you.

#ILLUSTRATIONS is a collaboration betweenand artist, Daniel Arzola No Soy Tu Chiste #ImNotaJoke and the It Gets Better Project This series of seven illustrated themes will be released over the course of the Spring of 2014 and will highlight important issues facing LGBT youth worldwide. Each theme features a core shareable graphic, accommodating story, video and an international take from one of our many international partners. Additional illustrations to be released soon! Click the link below to learn more about our collaboration http://tinyurl.com/kmed599

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nosoytuchiste:

I’m Not a Joke (No Soy Tu Chiste) is a campaign spreading awareness for the LGBTI community through art and design, created by Daniel Arzola (@Arzola_d) in light of the recent violent acts against the sexually diverse community in Venezuela and the World. It initially seeks to expand in the online community. If you’d like to share your opinion please do so via twitter using the hashtag #ImNotaJoke. Like my page on Facebook and share the posters to support the cause! 

For every T-Shirt you buy, one dollar will be donated to the campaign

Shop: http://society6.com/Arzolad/tshirts

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nosoytuchiste:

Dedicado a esos que no se rinden.

Obras de teatro, películas, historias, campañas, rumores y mitos muestran al VIH-SIDA como un alacrán negro, como una bala, como seres agonizantes, como un monstruo, y quizás sea eso: Un monstruo. Nadie quiere tener VIH-SIDA y esa es la verdad. Sin embargo se sigue usando el miedo y la miseria para asustar a los que no lo tienen, se sigue enseñando a temerle. Pero asustar no es educar, y aún personas asocian el VIH-SIDA a una condena mortal, al fin del tiempo, a la ausencia de vida. Nadie quiere tener VIH-SIDA, es cierto ¿Pero qué pasa con el que lo tiene? ¿No tiene derecho a la vida? ¿A una vida sexual? ¿Es un alacrán negro gigante en una cama? ¿No tiene derecho a continuar? Aún muchas personas creen que el sida tiene que ver con tu orientación sexual y no con el cuidado de tu acto sexual. Pero hay una enfermad con más muertes que el VIH-SIDA y esa enfermedad se llama Prejuicio.

Cifras, teorías, más películas y más relatos no logran aún educar a la gente sobre esto. Aquello que Mecano llamó el fallo positivo nos mantiene aún a la espera. Aún soñamos con una cura. Hay cosas que no dependen de nosotros y esto no es cuestión de culpas, pero si el VIH-SIDA es el monstruo debajo de la cama, no dejes que te detenga, porque no hay peor monstruo que la ignorancia.


 


A veces vivir es una decisión.

Daniel Arzola.

nosoytuchiste:

Dedicado a esos que no se rinden.
Obras de teatro, películas, historias, campañas, rumores y mitos muestran al VIH-SIDA como un alacrán negro, como una bala, como seres agonizantes, como un monstruo, y quizás sea eso: Un monstruo. Nadie quiere tener VIH-SIDA y esa es la verdad. Sin embargo se sigue usando el miedo y la miseria para asustar a los que no lo tienen, se sigue enseñando a temerle. Pero asustar no es educar, y aún personas asocian el VIH-SIDA a una condena mortal, al fin del tiempo, a la ausencia de vida. Nadie quiere tener VIH-SIDA, es cierto ¿Pero qué pasa con el que lo tiene? ¿No tiene derecho a la vida? ¿A una vida sexual? ¿Es un alacrán negro gigante en una cama? ¿No tiene derecho a continuar? Aún muchas personas creen que el sida tiene que ver con tu orientación sexual y no con el cuidado de tu acto sexual. Pero hay una enfermad con más muertes que el VIH-SIDA y esa enfermedad se llama Prejuicio.
Cifras, teorías, más películas y más relatos no logran aún educar a la gente sobre esto. Aquello que Mecano llamó el fallo positivo nos mantiene aún a la espera. Aún soñamos con una cura. Hay cosas que no dependen de nosotros y esto no es cuestión de culpas, pero si el VIH-SIDA es el monstruo debajo de la cama, no dejes que te detenga, porque no hay peor monstruo que la ignorancia.
 
A veces vivir es una decisión.
Daniel Arzola.