I'm watching the recording of the olympic skateboarding and one of the highlights so far was seeing @firstname.lastname@example.org having pronouns on their board and a button 💚
Step 4: Checking an image on twitter
1. Open tweet in detail view
2. Turn VoiceOver on with Siri or Shortcut
3. Tap once on the image
4. It will either say "Image" (no description) or read the description
5. Turn VoiceOver off (In the Shortcut popup, double-tap on VoiceOver)
Step 3: Optional - Show captions
You can also choose to show the text spoken by VoiceOver on the bottom of the screen.
Useful if you want to turn the volume off, or when it doesn't detect the correct language for the content
Settings - Accessibility - VoiceOver - Caption Panel
You can turn the Accessibility Shortcut on under Settings - Accessibility - Accessibility Shortcut.
In the list, check "VoiceOver"
If you don't want VoiceOver to immediately activate on accidental triple clicks, select another thing, then there will always be a popup (see img)
Love the sweater so much! Thanks for creating the world of watford, Rainbow Rowell <3
"Meet Cute Diary" by Emery Lee
A bratty trans teen writing meet cute stories for his tumblr while looking for his own meet cute and perfect relationship. Also has a nonbinary character 🖤💜💛🤍
I really loved how the story developed over time.
"Kate in Waiting" by Becky Albertalli (author of Love, Simon and lots of other awesome books)
Adorable theater dorks and best friends preparing for a play dealing with shared crushes and what happens when there's suddenly more than a crush. Loved it!
"The Sky Blues" by Robbie Couch
A chaotic gay teen looking for a prom date, while dealing with hate, loss, and finding a chosen family.
The end made me weep a lot, in the best way.
A scene I really didn't like kinda glorified stalking behaviour, and isn't properly dealt with.
"These Witches Don't Burn" and "This Coven Won't Break" by Isabel Sterling
Lesbian witches in Salem! Witch covens & society, weird rituals, elemental magic, blood magic, potions and witch hunters! Right up my alley, I loved these.
"Concrete Rose", the prequel to "The Hate U Give" by Angie Thomas.
Black youth growing up in the hood, living in and protesting the racist world we created. The prequel deals a lot with young parenthood and responsibilities. Go read Black people's recs & reviews for them.
tolltapsig and nonbinary.
In 💚 with selfcare, consent, and strawberries.
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