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The home of the fashionably lolita-Able
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Lolitas with disabilities!
Welcome to [info]loli_able 



Home of the lolitas with disabilities





We strive for this community to be a place where everyone feels comfortable sharing their stories, challenges and triumphs, especially when it relates to our shared love of the lolita fashion. This community is for people who have a medically diagnosed disability/mental illness or other disease that is debilitating in some significant way, or who are at least currently seeking diagnosis. We are NOT here to diagnose you, nor give you medical advice. Also, we ask that aside from your intro posts we try to keep this community a place where we can discuss lolita fashion as it pertains to our disabilities. Of course, we encourage those who want to talk about other topics do so via private means. Please read our rules, and if you have any questions/suggestions, please let a moderator know.


 


.RULES.
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1. RESPECT
Respect that everyone has an opinion and has the right to express it in an intelligent and kind manner. No flaming, no harassment, no drama. We will not tolerate any of it. It will result in a warning up to a ban.

2. LJ- CUTS
All posts longer than two or three paragraphs MUST be underneath a cut. Also any SENSITIVE material must be put underneath a cut. Also you may have one photo smaller than 300x 500 outside a cut, anything more or larger must be underneath the cut.

How do I use a lj-cut?
Simple!

                                - Rich Text editor: Highlight the text you want to cut, then press the <lj-cut> button. In the dialog box, you can replace "Read more..." with another word or phrase to link to the entire entry.

                               -HTML editor: Type <lj-cut text="Read more"> before the text you want to hide, replacing "Read more" with the word or phrase to link to the entire entry. If you want to start showing text again, type </lj-cut> after the text you want to cut.

3. F-LOCK
Please friends lock all posts to Loli_able. If you forget you will be reminded but if it is not changed we may have to delete your post. This protects you and other members.

4. TAG YOUR POST
Please tag all posts posted to Loli_Able. If it is a discussion post or a question tag with "discussion" or "question."  
Tag all recipes, tutorials, discussions, article posts, and conditions.
    Example: Blind, tutorial, Gluten-free, diabetic friendly, thyroid disease, Reye's Syndrome, article, ect.

5. NO  MORE INTRO POSTS, INTRODUCE YOURSELF HERE!
No individual into posts from now on please, this post will serve as a condensed searchable page for all intros, This will be easier to locate other Lolitas with your condition!
   
 
6. ON SELF-DIAGNOSIS AND SELF-MEDICATION
PLEASE do not use any posts or information within loli_able to self diagnose or self medicate any condition. THESE PEOPLE ARE NOT DOCTORS, nor are we experts. Not everyone's condition is the same and each must be treated/addressed differently. Self-diagnosis and Self-medication is DANGEROUS. What works for someone else may be dangerous to you! If you feel you have a medical condition that is not yet diagnosed, PLEASE see a medical professional. No amount of internet research will be as helpful as help from a medical professional. If you do not have insurance or are not sure where to go PM [info]kesson_shojo  and she can give you advise on how to find free clinics or information on how to find a doctor in your area. There is always a way to see a professional!


7. ON DISCUSSION OF MEDICAL TREATMENT
Please only describe your personal treatment in general terms. It is alright to say you are currently taking medication, but please do not include specifics. You will be warned to remove that information or your post may be deleted. That is patent information that should remain confidential. Remember, just because someone else takes that and it works for them that it will work for you. Everyone's body is different and must be treated as such. If you have treatment specific questions about your individual treatments contact your medical professional. If you are truly unhappy with results or question their choice for you, seek a second opinion from a different medical professional. Nothing contained within Loli_Able should be taken as sound medical advise on your condition.

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f you have any question or concerns please PM/contact one of our lovely mods!
Moderators:


kesson_shojo 
[info]the_reaper_
[info]razeasha

silent_wren 

 

Thank you and happy posting,
kesson_shojo 

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