Coming out as transgender then falsely accused

Asexual person comes out as transgender in early 90s, gets falsely accused as being a “sexual predator” homophobic stereotype. Convicted without evidence. Must register as sex offender for life. Forced into poverty and homelessness.

88%

strong claim

 

compared to those exonerated under similar circumstances

$600,000

Wellness progress score (average)
12 supporters, up 3 since last week
1 sponsors, up 1 since last week

irritation, anxiety, depression, guilt, powerlessness

Improving 15% since last week

Goal progress scores

Contacting employers

Contacting consumer reporting agencies

Contacting state reps

Contacting friendly media

Contacting mainstream

Contacting court

Employers we invite to see the need

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Notifications sent to all affected

Since 2018 Dec 8

Check your justifism

 
 

Steps (four sessions each, one per week)

  1. Intake cause, $100 ($25 per session) - set to start Mon 1/28/2019

  2. Integrate cause,$200 ($50/session)

  3. Include champion, $400 ($100/session)

  4. Inspire supporters, $800 ($200/session)

  5. Involve sponsors, $1600 ($400/session)

Support levels (four weekly commitment)

  1. Follow for FREE (or donate a dollar each week)

  2. Contribute ($5 weekly pledge)

  3. Invest ($15 weekly pledge)

  4. Sponsor (match $-for-$ or previous cycle)

My cause: To overcome this wrongful conviction in a way that helps others wrongly convicted to overcome theirs.

The goal increases with each step. To start, only asking for $100, to create opportunity to demonstrate trustworthiness. The goal doubles each month. Any amount received over the asked amount goes to Steph's stretch goal: help others similarly situated.