The latest hashtag taking over Twitter is #QueerResilience.
People on Twitter have been sharing their stories with the hashtag.
The hashtag encourages people to share their victories, big or small.
this year i have started therapy, gone back on anti-depressants and have begun writing again! #QueerResilience
— Eleanor (@eleanorrthomas) August 4, 2017
— Creatrix Tiara (@creatrixtiara) August 4, 2017
I am living life as my actual self. People in my chosen work know me as me. I am nearly proud of my portfolio. I am nice.#QueerResilience
— Ashton McAllan (@acegiak) August 4, 2017
survived a lot of shit this year and last. still fighting for world where we can exist #QueerResilience
— jess bradley (@JBPersonalBrand) August 4, 2017
in 2k17 i got into uni to study architecture, started writing again & have so far survived my mental illness, v small #QueerResilience
— krampussy (@qr_ce) August 4, 2017
— Morgan Potts ✨ (@mrgnptts) August 4, 2017
my name is rob & i organise against fascists who want me dead
— robin mittag (@noonbinary) August 4, 2017
every day that i’m still alive is #QueerResilience
— olivia ford (@_oliviaford) August 4, 2017
I’m loudly, visibly queer around the kids I teach and I think that’s important #QueerResilience
— Leo (@thisbravelion) August 4, 2017
#QueerResilience I’ve actually not done anything productive with my life but I’m trying to get my mental health in check so I can start!
— rennnnnn (@renethyy_) August 4, 2017
Ran a bunch of queer gaming events, that’s pretty neat. #QueerResilience
— I really like bears (@tonitonirocca) August 4, 2017
im a cool, happy queer guy doing things i care about, moving to university & doing positive politics & activism #QueerResilience
— 🥒 (@_plantbot) August 4, 2017
Every single time I’ve mentioned being trans, it’s lead to me meeting another trans person doing something incredible <3 #QueerResilience
— moth dad (@innesmck) August 4, 2017
I realised that I’m grey-asexual and that there’s nothing wrong with me. #QueerResilience
— Wyldefire (@doctor_wylde) August 4, 2017