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NEW PHOTOS!

NEW PHOTOS!

Nov 16, 2018

Click HERE to see the new photos added to the gallery!

Lots To Say!

Lots To Say!

Nov 15, 2018

This last month has been a real eye opener for me and a lot has happened, like a lot, and I just don’t know where to start? Last month I secured a an event spot at the biggest firework display in Essex if not the biggest in the east of England. I somehow managed to […]

GO, GO, GO!

GO, GO, GO!

Oct 22, 2018

If you haven’t already been over to see my shop then what are you waiting for, you can purchase my custom t_shirts from the store as well as a notebook and even some of my original photography on a canvas coming complete with a certificate. Visit it HERE now!

IMG_4106“Be you, no one else” – Callie Poston (2017)

Forever Callie is a motion to help people, whether it be by supplying them with products, teaching them something new or making them smile. The movement was created by Callie Poston, a dedicated and hard-working young transgender individual who tries to promote equality, self-love and dedication.

Callie started blogging from her younger years and blogged about school, mostly what each day brought to her life. She then later decided to create a YouTube channel which proved to gain a maximum of 125 subscribers with thousands of views, not the success that Callie was looking for at the age of 15. From here Callie made the first of ‘Forever Callie’ and created the popular Blog www.foreverCallie.blogspot.co.uk which grew an audience of about 5000 monthly viewers. She later decided to get into photography and grew her talent into a passion for walking, relaxation and sharing her photos.

With a portfolio such as hers, she decided it was time to jump on the train of WordPress, creating original and entertaining content for her followers.

Testimonials

Anonymous

I recently purchased a T-Shirt from the store and it was with me in a week and was very good quality, would buy again just needs more variety.

Anonymous
Linda Whites

I was telling a homeless person how I think I could help them in my home town and that I would get them food and some blankets and Callie must have overheard and asked me to have coffee to talk about things. She was very nice and offered me support in helping as well as listened to my story and asked if she could write about me. Can’t wait to read it.

Linda Whites
Sammy Wind

After reading all of Forever Callie’s posts I cannot believe how a young persons mind can be so thoughtful for other people and treat them with so much compassion. This site has convinced me to help others and put them first in most aspects of my life.

Sammy Wind