Lydia Okello is a non-binary plus-size fashion and lifestyle creator who uses their platform to inspire others to step outside of their comfort zone. They are based in Vancouver, B.C., and speak English. They have contributed writing to publications such as Vogue, Vogue Business, FASHION, ELLE Canada and BUST magazine, and also have been featured in Vogue, Teen Vogue, FASHION, Buzzfeed, The New York Times, Business of Fashion and many more.

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Trans kids are people, not property

OPINION: Conservative politicians across Canada have signalled their support for so-called “parental rights.” But children and youth have rights of their own
Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe has short hair, black glasses, a collared shirt, blazer and blue tie. He looks into the distance.

By protecting himself from being sued over his pronoun policy, Scott Moe is telling on himself

OPINION: The details of Saskatchewan’s forced-through pronoun legislation show how it’s all about politics—not protecting kids
A bank placard with a circle crossed out on it, against barbed wire and fists raised in the air

New survey breaks down how LGBTQ2S+ consumers respond to boycotts 

“The data here is emblematic of a tidal wave shift that is coming with the younger generation” 

The seemingly benign phrase ‘parental rights’ hides a dangerous, anti-democratic, Christian nationalist movement 

ANALYSIS: North America has a long history with racist, misogynist and anti-queer activism focused on schools