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The “SOME PEOPLE” (Every)Body project is committed to providing guests with a safe and enjoyable experience. We also appreciate, respect, and honor the diversity of our global community of readers, guests and viewers.


The “SOME PEOPLE” (Every)Body project does not tolerate discrimination, harassment or violence—verbal, physical, sexual, or otherwise—based on sex, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, race, national origin, religion, class, age and physical or mental disability towards staff, volunteers, guests, audience members, or attendees at any of our events, conferences, or exhibitions.


Our staff and volunteers are committed to ensuring the best possible experience for all of our attendees. We reserve the right to revoke access to our events, both virtual and physical spaces, for those who engage in such conduct. 


The policy is posted up to the minute for every event across publicity and social channels.


We encourage open, honest discussions across all of our social media channels and invite everyone to share respectful, thoughtful opinions, including dissenting opinions. We encourage civic engagement, civil discourse, solutions-oriented debate and healthy communication.By becoming a follower of any of our social media channels, people agree to our commenting policy outlined below:

> Respect others and use only respectful communication.

> Ensure before posting that any information, reports or data is accurate, sourced, fact-checked and credible.

"SOME PEOPLE" (Every)Body reserves the right to delete posts or comments on our social media channels that contain the following, and/or to block accounts that engage in the following after one warning:

• Profanity
• Misinformation
• Spam / Off-topic 
• Personal attacks or harassment of any sort
• Promotion of violence or –isms (racism, speciesism, etc.)

• Incitement of violence
• Promotion of illegal or violent activities
• Violent language


We welcome (Every)Body and everybody. Each event will list Accessibility and ADA information. If you see an area where we can improve and learn, contact us. We love to learn. If you are a parent with a medically-complex child, contact us for a discussion to serve you. If you have special mobility or resting needs, contact us to inform us. 


The contents of this website are protected by artist and author copyrights. Any use, dissemination, copying, or storage of the text, film or photographs is strictly prohibited and will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. You may not print or send any written content or images without written permission from Kimberly J. Soenen / “SOME PEOPLE” (Every)Body / Talking Eyes Media (501c3). For licensing contracts and usage fees contact

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