yes--butno: An Anti-Assumption Project


The collection, which she writes was "created break assumptions and stereotypes that everyone makes about various cultures, genders, sexualities, etc.," takes submissions from readers around the country in a "yes -- but no" format. She simply puts the words into a template and distributes. 

The message couldn't have better/worse timing, as a racist rant posted by two young girls, who claimed to be from Arizona, circulated on YouTube last night. 

"Find something that you can relate to, or learn something new," Chen writes. To see more submissions and Chen's designs, go to the yes--butno Facebook or tumblr pages

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